How much yield

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by dangchowser, Oct 11, 2007.

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    dangchowser

    dangchowser Well-Known Member

    how much do you think i will yield from 6 plants 2 are 3 feet tall the rest are 2 in an indoor setup with 400 watt hps
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    ScarletteSky

    ScarletteSky Well-Known Member


    from what I have researched, under ideal growing conditions one plant can yield 2 oz easy.
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    dangchowser

    dangchowser Well-Known Member

    2 oz thats it
    ?
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    newgrower

    newgrower Active Member

    As quoted from "dank" in a different thread:

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    dangchowser

    dangchowser Well-Known Member

    still doesnt answere my question
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    PartyOf5

    PartyOf5 Active Member

    using danks post formula:
    400w hps x 0.7 gram yield per watt = 280 grams
    1 ounce = 28.3495231 grams
    280 divided by 28.3495231 = 9.8 oz of weed
    this is my first grow so i dont know shit but that seems high to me. also as posted that would probably be next to perfect growing to get a yield that high.
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    Ralphie

    Ralphie Well-Known Member

    with that light and amount of plants i doubt youll get more then 2.5 ounce a plant.. remember not much light is hitting the lower bud sites, so its just the tops and middle your getting nice buds from.. with a 400 watt hps i would say 6 - 8 ounces tops is about right between all your plants
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    billybob88

    billybob88 Well-Known Member

    i go by the rule of thumb of 100 watts per plant. thats a pretty mediocre goal to shoot for too. right now ive got 1200 watts on 6 feminized white widows. Do you know if your six plants are all females? if not your looking at a 50/50 chance males and females if your conditions are right. if your stressing the plants at all the percentage of males goes up from there
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    ScarletteSky

    ScarletteSky Well-Known Member

    2oz per plant isn't that bad.....
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    dangchowser

    dangchowser Well-Known Member

    they are all females , i would love to get more than 2 oz per plant, but i dont know what is avg ive never done this b4 look at my pics , in the indoor growing forum , they are titled "how do they look"
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    FilthyFletch

    FilthyFletch Mr I Can Do That For Half

    Well A first time grower your already at a disadvantage for max potential. Are these sativas or indicas? You adding co2 to the room?What nutes are you using? Are the pots at least 3 gallon pots?HAve intake fan and an out take fan? Keeping temps 78 or lower?Have your water ph and tested before watering? Did you use good soil and not some 2 dollar stuff or muclh?These will make a difference.On a average grow with most of this you can shoot for 2 dry oz per plant if you do these basics co2 will double that.
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    dangchowser

    dangchowser Well-Known Member

    Ok well I dont have a co2 supply only leaving y window open , my nutes are flowering nutes high in P , i spent 300 on the lights i dont wanna spend anymore, 2 oz per plant sounds about right, i also am in no rush , i got all the time in the world to grow, so if all goes well ill get 12 oz , only 4 oz short of a pound , have you seen th pics , what do you think >?
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    dangchowser

    dangchowser Well-Known Member

    as a first time growe im at a disadvantage ? that fucked up , y cant you help me get a goo perspective on the grow
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    FilthyFletch

    FilthyFletch Mr I Can Do That For Half

    Why is answering your question honestly and giving you advise to get better fucked up? I thought you were looking for thioughts and advise my fault.I could just make things up but if Im honest myself as a multuple year grower with many different types of grows do have quit the advantage over you right? What pics did you mean? none in your gallery? $300 on a 400 watt light yikes.hope it at least was a switchable digital ballast with hood and both bulbs for that much ouch...400 watt digi switchable ballast are usually $99 to $165 for decked out complete unit
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    NJsmok-a-lot

    NJsmok-a-lot Well-Known Member

    LOL I hate these kids that want all these questions answered when they don't do any research and just expect to grow a QP+ per plant their first time.
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    mastakoosh

    mastakoosh Well-Known Member

    he is giving you an honest evaluation. its proven new growers are not going to have the prowess of veteran growers. you are bound to have some beginner mistakes as we all have. but over time you can learn and get better from your mistakes. just my 2 pennies.:mrgreen:
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    FilthyFletch

    FilthyFletch Mr I Can Do That For Half

    I have no issues answering any questions we all learn that way.I just was being honest.the more info as I was asking about let me give a more in depth answer. Each grow we all gett better if you have specific questions ask and Ill give my opinion or personal finding no problem.The sites here to help so just ask if you got a question or dont understand a response.
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    dangchowser

    dangchowser Well-Known Member

    dont mis-understand me , thank you for your advice , im not expecting a 1/4 lb on one plant do i sound retarded?
    anyway I took your advice and got a co2 setup it cost a lil but hopefully it will make the diff.
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    FilthyFletch

    FilthyFletch Mr I Can Do That For Half

    Yes it will. I use co2 tanks and timers.Make sure to get the co2 ppm to about 1500 and close the area off and turn the vent fans off for an hour during the co2 injections.Temps need to go up vloser to 85 if using the correct co2 amounts. co2 can increase yields 75% and I find also takes 3-4 weeks off a flowering time.I harvest at 5 weeks flower with co2.Did you get a co2 tank and solenoid or a co2 boost bucket or co2 generator?
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    dangchowser

    dangchowser Well-Known Member

    Here There Are

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