Hey Boyd, let me address the organic topic a moment with ya. Don't worry about going organic n vert, its fine. The main difference is the organic people will speak to a healthier tastier product. while I like organic, there are a lot of misconceptions about quality vs chem nutes imo. The chem people will speak to speed of growth, which I believe to be undeniable. So all ur really giving up is speed of growth. Probably a little bit on max potential yield, mainly due to speed of growth too.
Now all due respect to rykus for sharing, but I disagree with his turning the plant suggestion. Ive done this experiment n seen several very successful growers speak on the subject. All the ones I follow n my own experience tell me that its better to prune branches that don't come into the canopy sweet spot instead of rotating the plant. Rotating the plant just spreads the weight more evenly, instead of just leaving it where it sits, n getting bigger buds on the branches in the sweet spot.
Rykus, when growing vert from a single horizontal bulb placement, where the light source only hits 180 degrees of the plant, I suggest trying to prune the branches that grow on the opposite side of the light source instead of rotating the plant. If u can bring a sturdy desirable branch from the back to the front in the canopy by bending n replacing/pruning out a weak branch already in front, that's desirable too. Otherwise if u prune out all the branches that don't get good light, the plant will focus that energy into the branches in the sweet spot, n u will gain that 20 to 30% that u were talking about without ever turning the plant, n have larger buds with less trimming to do, than when ur rotating the plant.