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Old 10-05-2017, 01:09 AM #1
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Who has the Highest Yielding big bud, chronic, critical

Never tried out some of the older high yielders
Any suggestions?
Big bud, critical, NL, Chronic
Who has the yields?
10 years of og's and it's hybrids would be nice to do one of these old schools. Hybrids are welcome
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I would do critical mass MNS
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I started some Nirvana NL fems last spring for outdoor gardener friends & kept a couple for myself. The larger of the two was an excellent yielder with good structure, stiff branches & low odor, good potency as well. Very much a medical type indica stone. I like a headier more cerebral effect so I probably won't be growing more other than starts for friends. It does well outdoors here in Denver & finishes around Oct 1. Very stealthy because it stays low & really is low odor when growing.

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I started some Nirvana NL fems last spring for outdoor gardener friends & kept a couple for myself. The larger of the two was an excellent yielder with good structure, stiff branches & low odor, good potency as well. Very much a medical type indica stone. I like a headier more cerebral effect so I probably won't be growing more other than starts for friends. It does well outdoors here in Denver & finishes around Oct 1. Very stealthy because it stays low & really is low odor when growing.

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What size pot and final dry?
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Hard to say but Critical Mass is the best of those three terpene and potency wise in my experience.
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Critical Mass is also a VERY forgiving strain.
It handles all kind of stress and environmental influences well along with pests.
It's easy to clone, reacts well to topping, pushes roots fast and well etc. etc.

Running it at the moment myself trying to find a keeper out of 50 beans. Looks great so far and my previous experience with the strain (5 popped, 4 matured, 1 female flowered) has me very excited.

It was also the best yielding among the plants I flowered but I do not remember weight, height etc.

I can highly recommend.
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Old 10-07-2017, 04:19 AM #7
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What size pot and final dry?
I use 5 gal fabric pots, scratch organic soil, blumats, 37w/ sq.ft CDM lighting. It was 6 weeks veg & 9 in flower. The larger specimen in the pic yielded 128g, the smaller one yielded 88g.

Yield usually isn't a primary consideration. My normal yields are in the 70-90g per plant range when there are 5-6 plants in the roughly 4x4 space.

The outdoor plant is still standing but will obviously yield a lot more.
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BTG

BlackToothGrin, (purple indica X SCreme)

Bred for the mountains here, stands up to cold well. Avg 3 to 3.5 per 100gal outdoors.
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Grew 50 from seed last winter to select for this years outdoor. Put out 5 plants. Plant above is #17.

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