highest yield from pot size

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by docjohn, Apr 29, 2009.

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    docjohn

    docjohn Well-Known Member

    What are the highest yields you have gotten for the following pot/bag sizes?


    1 gallon
    3 gallon
    5 gallon
    7 gallon
    10 gallon
    10+ gallon,

    thanx
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    chitownsmoking

    chitownsmoking Guest

    a good rule of thumb is an ounce per gallon. but sometimes its more sometimes less
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    blazinZ

    blazinZ Well-Known Member

    Hopefully the 1 oz per gal thing is true cause these are in 18 gal pots!!!!

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    chitownsmoking

    chitownsmoking Guest

    those look more like ten gallons to me?
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    pinkjackyle

    pinkjackyle Well-Known Member

    MY WINTER PROJECT WENT WELL IN A 5 GAL, 3.25 ZIPPS UNDER T5'S HO AND CFLS. A 10 GALLON POT OUTDOORS WITH 10-12 HRS DIRECT SUNLIGHT DEPENDING ON STRAIN, NUTES ,TECHNIQUE, SOIL,DIFFICULTYS AND LOCATION COULD GET A POUND MAYBE 2 THE MORE KNOWELEGE U HAVE THE MORE BUD U CAN GROW:hump:
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    docjohn

    docjohn Well-Known Member

    so pink, you'd say it's possible to pull a pound from 10 gallon pots outdoors?

    sweet row of babies by the way.
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    chitownsmoking

    chitownsmoking Guest

    you just cant compete with the sun lol waaay to many lumns
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    pinkjackyle

    pinkjackyle Well-Known Member

    HELL YEA ! LOOK AT FDD'S GROWS THATS YOUR PROOF, GRANTED HES IN SUNNY CALFORNIA AND HAS MAD SKILLS BUT ANYBODY WITH ENOUGH SENCE TO GET OUT OF THE RAIN OR GROWS VEGITABLES GARDENS AND HAS A FEEL FOR WHAT THEYERE TRYING TO DO CERTINLY CAN YOUR 18 GALLONS WILL MAKE MONSTORS . BUY THE WAY ,I HOPE U DONT LEAVE THOSE UNDER THAT PORCH IF NOT SUPER IF SO:spew:
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    chitownsmoking

    chitownsmoking Guest

    thres no way those are 18 gallons
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    boston george 54

    boston george 54 Well-Known Member

    well before challageing someone look at the pic then zoom in on sticker and see giant 18 on them

    i just going to go ahead and belive him
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    GoldenGanja13

    GoldenGanja13 Well-Known Member

    7.5 oz in a 3 gallon useing Fox Farm Ocean forest and under a 1000 hps. I plan on breaking my record this coming grow.:twisted:
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    chitownsmoking

    chitownsmoking Guest

    i usually pull an o and ahalf to 1 3/4 n oz from 1.5 gallons but i work my way up to them i start in dixie cups work up to a half gallon veg from weeks 4 to six or eight then put into the 1.5. im using a 250 hps currently. i did see the 18 on the pot lol but i almost still dont beleave it lol maybe its the shape. im growing in a 20 gal tote and it looks way way bigger than that but hay good luck anyway
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    M Blaze

    M Blaze Well-Known Member

    I use 16gal pots and they have allowed my plants in the past to produce upto and over 2lbs each without any root issues at all and that is indoor by the way.
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    chitownsmoking

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    Dr. Greenhorn

    Dr. Greenhorn Well-Known Member

    actually, Fdd put the "rootbound" myth to dust...I believe he grows 8ft. monsters in a 5 gallon pot....
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    chitownsmoking

    chitownsmoking Guest

    ^^^ i can beleave that. shit if you use coco coir you can grow big ass plants in small pots
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    M Blaze

    M Blaze Well-Known Member

    I was actually having a ''debate'' with someone recently about this question so im glad it came up. I can confidently say that it is possible to get 3+pounds from a plant in a 15gal pot but he was telling me that was impossible because of root mass.

    I would love to see some more detailed evidence to back up either theory so the topic can be put to rest lol. Any info or good links on this subject would be much appreciated.

    Cheers
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    Dr. Greenhorn

    Dr. Greenhorn Well-Known Member

    go advanced search and search tunafish.....theres all the proof you need.....:)
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    chitownsmoking

    chitownsmoking Guest

    they say you your plant is has big under the ground has it is above. you can keep big plants in small pots by trimming rootmass, or by useing coco coir. so in a wayevrybody is right
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    M Blaze

    M Blaze Well-Known Member

    Are you reffering to fdds thread?

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