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Old 08-23-2017, 06:55 PM #1
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How am i doing? How much yield can i get?

Hi guys. Iv been growing some time now, and iv been finally learn something about growing weed. Can you give me some yield exceptation and tell overall how am i doing and should i make something better?

Light: 600w gib superbloom

Vent: 125mm (340 cubic meter/hour = 200.116445 cubic foot/minute) cooltube, 150mm (555 cubic meter/hour = 326.660667 cubic foot/minute) blowing out of the window

Plants: 9 mazar's at 17l (4.49 gallons) containers, some of them are in 10l (2.64gallons) containers

They are like 3.3 x 3.3 feet (100cm) at horizontal

Temps are like 82.4 degrees Fahrenheit = 28 degrees Celsius
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Old 08-23-2017, 07:26 PM #2
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Light is gib purebloom spectrum xtreme output, but i dont think that bulb doesnt matter that much. They are 5 days from 12/12. You can have that picture a lot larger from another hosting site if u want: https://anonimag.es/i/5ae4ab1b884a7f...03af3b58b3.jpg
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Nice little setup you have there!

It's hard to say on yield. Those plants are hungry. Or they were and you recently fed them. If everything goes well you should have a decent yield.

The goal on a dialed grow and strain would be 600 grams. Gram a watt.

I think you can expect anywhere from 100 grams to 400 grams.

Best of luck to you on reaping a monster harvest!
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I will guess at 250-350.

Of course, I hope you get much more.
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What i should do different to achieve that 1g/w?
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Well I'd say it's either raise your plant number and veg for 2 weeks depending on strain OR train your plants a little more with better canopy management you can raise your weight gains but to be honest experience plays a huge role in this game , maybe you should venture into the hydro route with coco , but like I said grows under your belt and keeping a log of all the changes that you make help quite a lot , you'll find yourself, looking into them to make the right changes and get better at it , either way good luck !!!! FSG.
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1 gram per watt is only a good result if its an 8 weeker with short or no veg time. If you veg for 5 weeks and flower for 12 more, its a pitiful result.

Without factoring time, Grams per Watt is meaningless. 24hr vs 18/6 vegging and things like auto flowerers under 24 would make it like comparing apples and oranges. We should adopt a new standard - Grams per Kilowatt hour.

eg. 3 weeks of 24hr (504 hours) vegging under 125w (0.125 Kw) fluorescents (comes to 63 KW/hr)

followed by 9 weeks 12/12 (756 hours) under 400w (0.4 Kw) HPS (another 302 Kw/hr)

total 365 Kw/hr.

If the dry harvest was 400g, thats 1.09 grams per Kw/hr.

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Gram a watt is not pitiful. Yes some get higher but those that ask what they will yield get more like .5 a watt.

Even black dog led company grows get only around 1 gram per watt.

Nobody can say what the yield will be. Could have nutrient issues or ph burn and end up with shitty flowers that you have too much of for the quality or lack there of.

Topping helps, defoliating can expose flowers to more light, strain matters a great deal.

Focus on good looking plants with nice flowers. Get ready for the next crop rotation. Learn from mistakes.

It simply makes no sense to buy all the gear and seeds for a one and done grow.
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Pruning them next time around, will give more flowers at the top of the canopy.

I see lot's of leaf so removing some large leaf will focus more on bud sites. Prune the bottoms for air flow and suckers that are nearly worthless. Suckers will drain from buds at the tops.

Over all it all looks pretty good..
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Gram a watt is not pitiful. Yes some get higher but those that ask what they will yield get more like .5 a watt.

Even black dog led company grows get only around 1 gram per watt.

Nobody can say what the yield will be. Could have nutrient issues or ph burn and end up with shitty flowers that you have too much of for the quality or lack there of.

Topping helps, defoliating can expose flowers to more light, strain matters a great deal.

Focus on good looking plants with nice flowers. Get ready for the next crop rotation. Learn from mistakes.

It simply makes no sense to buy all the gear and seeds for a one and done grow.
You may disagree with the specific example I gave but the point was and is that a Grams per Watt is meaningless. So many many other variables that determine yield aren't factored into the equation - time most obviously, but strain is a massive determiner and if that 1 gram you got was some shit like Chronic or Big Bud, you did terribly. If you vegged for 6 weeks 24/24 to get it, you did awful.
Do 1g/w with a nice Haze on 12/12 from rooted clone and you did great.

Your g/w is only meaningful in context of lots of other factors that determine how good or bad that g/w is.
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