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Old 06-06-2018, 02:10 AM #1
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Biggest possible outdoor plant

Hi everyone,

Is there a limit to the size a plant can be vegged?

Could you veg a plant untill it was 30 feet tall and then put it outside to flower?

Whats the biggest anyone has vegged a plant before planting outdoors.

Im wondering what the biggest possible plant you could flower outdoors would be. Ive seen some 25 to 30 pound plants is bigger possible?

If anyone has experience or knows the answers please bless us with the knowledge.

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Old 06-06-2018, 02:23 AM #2
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I would love to see pics of these 25 or 30 pound plants....

But u could grow a weed plant the length by width by height of a football field in a stadium. All those lights to keep it from flowering and the sun would grow it to monsterous. That would yield approximately 10000 pounds give ir take
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Old 06-06-2018, 02:26 AM #3
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Comes down to more than bragging rights. Veg indoors is expensive. So yield a square foot or acre matters as well as bottom dollar. State's that legalized have limited space gardens. So yes that matters growing big plants. If feds pass laws it's going to be acres and acres of field grown cannabis. Bottom dollar will change the current models.

Black market well here it's hard to hide 30ft plants. Unless you have very tall ceilings, it's just not easy or likely to veg that tall.
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I would love to see pics of these 25 or 30 pound plants....

But u could grow a weed plant the length by width by height of a football field in a stadium. All those lights to keep it from flowering and the sun would grow it to monsterous. That would yield approximately 10000 pounds give ir take
Can a plant veg indefinetly or will it autoflower at some point? I have a feeling some strains may auto-flower after a really long veg.
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Can a plant veg indefinetly or will it autoflower at some point? I have a feeling some strains may auto-flower after a really long veg.
It will veg forever under 18 hours of light. ...auto flowers are dif. Hence AUTO flowering
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branches will eventually break from their own weight
and of course wind outside will limit what size can be achieved
25 lbs? i think we'd love to see that pic
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this idea has been thrown around a bit among some guys i know and myself the past 15 years or so

can you veg a single plant in a field?, provide a adjustable expanding support frame ect?

blue dream would be my choice to try out..take a clone, veg it for 2 years in a greenhouse thats 100x100x50ft tall. use supp lighting ect the whole way through, then once it hit the third year take off the supp in mid june...would be interesting

i have a feeling eventually it would start to go sideways much faster than it got taller
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Can a plant veg indefinetly or will it autoflower at some point? I have a feeling some strains may auto-flower after a really long veg.
yes this is a problem that may occur
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Anything over 8 feet tall is going to be a problem moving around I think.
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