That is too broad of a question.
Soooo ive been living in nor-cal for the past coupole years, doin the whole indoor thing...thinking about getting some property and doing the outdoor thing.... Realistically, how much do outdoor plants yeild? I know its kind of an open question, but i hear a lb a plant sometimes, then others tell me about the mythical 5lb plants with dudes ripping 90+ plant gardens.... If i do it i just wanna have enough ladies for myself for the year. Really though, if done right what can i expect? 1-5lbs a plant is a big difference. thats basically means i could grow 10 or 50 ladies and get the same amount depending. What can i really excpect???? thanks guys....just curious
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I can't give you an exact yield estimate, but if you have a decent grow 10 plants should be enough to keep you going for a year.
Watch some Jorge Cervantes videos and you'll see plants that produce 2,3,4,6, and even 10#. How, im not sure, wish I could see how big they were when they sit them out.
I read about one outdoor plant producing 17 pounds dry, was said to be over 30 feet tall....
I grew 8 plants this spring, which produces smaller yields than summer crops and I still got over 3 lbs, which would be plenty me (1/4lb/mo). I am certain that in Cali, properly grown plants should produce 1lb ea, at least. That's assuming that you know what you're doing.
mythical my ass...I got 26 lbs off 6 plants last year in 200 gallon bags.
jorge cervantes has a video about ten pound plants all grown oganically you can get a couple ounces or a couple pounds its all on the techniques if you neglect your plants they won't produce much and I bet those ten pound plants where started indoors
Atleast a half p a plant in 10 gal pots a p per plant isnt hard.
came from this
It's all from this thread:o4's 2008/2009 monster attempt..:-)
And is a must read for inspiration for any outdoor grower.
here's the final yeild:well here is the final tally of what i took off the big girl.Attached Thumbnails
i put the boat rod in the pic so you would have a gauge [it is 5'6in long]
the dry weight is 9lb 9oz and a wee bit .so all in all not a bad effort
hope you enjoy and have a successfull grow.
and yep i copy and pasted this from the other thread...