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Old 02-22-2017, 03:03 PM #41
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It's a shame this thread ended before results came in.
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Old 03-02-2017, 11:40 AM #42
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The scrog will allow for a more uniform distribution of the bud sites, so therefore should result in a higher yeild vs the trees.
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Old 03-26-2017, 02:26 PM #43
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Nice thread mate,

i thing scrogging is a long winded way of growing tbh, if you just grow from seed ok but if you cloning and wanting to knock grows out as fast as you can its a slow method.

I mangaged to pull 58oz out of a 2.4 x 1.2 tent with 2 600w lights just with a little bit of training at thats good enough for me
i dont belive that you pulled 58oz with 2x600 in that space the bud was not dry when u wieghed it all these guys with massive yields the bud is not dry i bet if you put in a bin bag it would sweat up ...anyhow some pictures mite help ,,,
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Ha...I am replying about this a bit late. But the differance in yeild was minimal. It did not vibe eitherway.
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i dont belive that you pulled 58oz with 2x600 in that space the bud was not dry when u wieghed it all these guys with massive yields the bud is not dry i bet if you put in a bin bag it would sweat up ...anyhow some pictures mite help ,,,

thats also how I feel, best I've seen a friend do with a single 600w was 21oz, bone dry,
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Ha...I am replying about this a bit late. But the differance in yeild was minimal. It did not vibe eitherway.
Did you get any pictures of the results? I am really thinking of doing a SCROG for my upcoming grow and would love to see what came of your effort. Did you notice any difference in the quality of the buds or any other factors?
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