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Old 07-13-2009, 08:14 AM   #1
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Critical Mass Average Yield Per Plant ?

Whats the avg. yield of this "Critical Mass" grown hydro per plant ?.. Grown from seed to harvest , veg'd for 3 weeks and flowered for 6 .. Not looking for single best.. just looking for whats typically expected from this strain....No LIST, SOG, SCROG, TOPPING ect ect thanks

P.S. Any other single strain out there that can top CM's yields ? ... Looking to cover some med patients and don't have a whole lot of room to do mass grows..... using one 60 site AeroFlo under 1400w lights using a light mover.
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Old 07-13-2009, 03:40 PM   #2
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I can't say for hydro but with a 3 week veg and organics/soil I got average 60-80gramms per ssedplant though I let em go 9 weeks (not 6) when in 12/12.

From clone or with a longer veg you can save a couple weeks flowering.
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Old 07-14-2009, 12:29 AM   #3
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l33t ... thanks for pitching in
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Old 08-05-2009, 11:46 PM   #4
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Whats the avg. yield of this "Critical Mass" grown hydro per plant ?.. Grown from seed to harvest , veg'd for 3 weeks and flowered for 6 .. Not looking for single best.. just looking for whats typically expected from this strain....No LIST, SOG, SCROG, TOPPING ect ect thanks

P.S. Any other single strain out there that can top CM's yields ? ... Looking to cover some med patients and don't have a whole lot of room to do mass grows..... using one 60 site AeroFlo under 1400w lights using a light mover.
nothin ive found comes close to cm yeild+high+looks package....

first off no cm ive had was 6 weeks....most are 10 weeks from 12/12 flip.

but to answer you question if you veged 3 weeks then flowered for 9-10 weeks, you would get around 80g a plant.....but they got to have room.....the 60 site is kinda tight, so for that is probably say 40-50g each, each top cola can easily be 1oz.......they normally stretch 2.5 the height in bloom, so be prepared for that (10in at 12/12 flip, finish at 25in)
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Old 08-28-2009, 03:40 AM   #5
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i've grown 4 or 5 different phenotypes of cm. The phenotype that was the most productive was the shorter version, a little slow to veg, but put off 8 oz under 1600 watts with 7 other plants all different, in a 6 x 4 space dwc. everyone i've grown took 8-10 weeks to finish. Its a good strain.
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Old 09-12-2009, 06:20 AM   #6
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If you flip them at 10 inches what was the yield? How tall would you flip them to give you 2 oz per plant?

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to many variables to this question. under what lights, style growing enviornment,and ect. so add info and if i have experience with what your doing i can tell you.
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Hi All

it is pretty simple. The more work you put into the plant the greater the yield. So if you grow it up for a few weeks and top it bend it over try to promote vertical flowering from horizontal branches exposing light to areas that normally are close to the central stem...you will be amazed at the yields possible. It you wish to sog it then it is to be treated differently...but a lot of things can be done well with this strain.

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Thanks Shanti, we are looking for something that will yield atleast 2oz a plant when finished at between 24-30" I grow using a homemade vertical system with 112 plants in 2 gallon pots around three 1000 watt bulbs in each unit.

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This is 1 of the best cultivars I have ever smoked, grown Organicly the buds look the Bis too.. 10 weeks well worth it trying to get a big rootball and supercrop for a month or so then cut the plant back then flip the photoperiod just watch out for bud rot (Botrolis) in the late weeks with high humidity and temps.. 3 mabe 4 oz off this pheno I have here. I'll post some more close up pics soon when its in better trimming light and give wet dry weight ect.

I HIGHLY RECOMEND THIS VARIETY!!!!
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Thanks Shanti, we are looking for something that will yield atleast 2oz a plant when finished at between 24-30" I grow using a homemade vertical system with 112 plants in 2 gallon pots around three 1000 watt bulbs in each unit.

I just nutted in my pants! This looks so sick. I hope I didn't grave dig. Im gunna buy some Cm now
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