What are the top yeilding strains?

Discussion in 'Seed and Strain Reviews' started by poindexterous, Jan 21, 2011.

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    poindexterous

    poindexterous Active Member

    I'm sure this has been asked a zillion times, so forgive me, but what are the top yielding strains?

    From what I've read big bud, power plant, and chronic are among them, but the more options the better. Years ago I had my best results with skunk crosses, shiva shanti was great, a white rhino I had did very well. Now I'm a few years out of date on today's strains so could use some advice.

    Of course flowering time, consistency, potency, calyx/leaf ratio, etc are important factors also, but I'm looking for top yielders.

    Thanks!
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    new smokey

    new smokey Active Member

    I've heard light of jah wikiki queen and tangerine dream are all huge producers.
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    g13skunk

    g13skunk Active Member

    Big bud and blueberry
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    frmrboi

    frmrboi Well-Known Member

    Dr Greenthumb's G13 (comming soon)

    "Available Soon" G13
    Product Code- G13F- (Feminized) ♀

    Long Lasting
    Pleasant, happy buzz


    Biggest, heaviest plant
    currently available today!

    Potency: 4½ out of 5
    Taste: Lightly Fragrant – Fruity

    [​IMG]
    INDICA
    Indoor Growth
    Outdoor Growth
    Finished height
    18" to 24"þ
    Plant height
    4' to 6'+
    Yield (g/m²)
    SOG
    450 to 750 g
    per sq yd
    Yield
    1 to 5+ Pounds
    Flowering
    63 Days
    Finish
    October
    Potency Key: Strains like
    AK-47 or White Widow would
    have a rating of 4 out of 5
    Frost Resistance -
    Spring

    Good
    Frost Resistance -
    Fall

    Good
    þWhen flowered at a cutting height of 8"
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    Bad Karma

    Bad Karma Well-Known Member

    Big Bud, Critical Mass, and Critical +.
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    poindexterous

    poindexterous Active Member

    Great suggestions, keep em comin'
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    JayTrinity

    JayTrinity Active Member

    average, each of my blue dream did 5.5 pounds per plant.
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    W Dragon

    W Dragon Well-Known Member

    serious seeds chronic and th seeds heavy duty fruity, both heavy yeilders, if weight and easy trimming is what your after out of the 2 i'd go with the hdf it's a very potent indica,mould resistant, clones rapidly has great bag appeal stinks to high heaven and flowers in 9wks
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    mcinnc

    mcinnc Well-Known Member

    i'm sorry.. was that a typo? are you running MPB systems or sum shit???
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    JayTrinity

    JayTrinity Active Member

    I used 20 gallons of water per day and 10 tbs of maxsea in a 65 gallon pot with my own soil blend.

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    mcinnc

    mcinnc Well-Known Member

    blue dream isn't even a "GREAT" yielder.
    pics, or it didn't happen.
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    mcinnc

    mcinnc Well-Known Member

    hahahaha and that ear of corn aint cutting it. unless thats a 4 ft. ear or something.. haha
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    JayTrinity

    JayTrinity Active Member

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    the pile on the table is 1/3rd of the tree.

    Simple math, 6 foot by 7 foot tall.
    When we cut them up normal garden sheers did not work, I used a metal cutter,

    Well anyway blue dream is my favorite and clubs love it, I think its always the top 5 strain. .
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    mcinnc

    mcinnc Well-Known Member

    omfg. dude, thats outdoor. way to go? congrats? lulzzz
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    klmmicro

    klmmicro Well-Known Member

    Is that a side stem or something? I get kolas that large growing in a small tent after 90 days. Once dried and cured, your pictured bud looks like it would weigh about an ounce maybe. Not sure what you are showing us with that picture.

    5.5 pounds per plant? Wet weight? That would equal about a pound cured which is normal for full season outdoors.
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    klmmicro

    klmmicro Well-Known Member

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    mcinnc

    mcinnc Well-Known Member

    with mother natures' graceful assistance (esp. in NoCal).....
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    mcinnc

    mcinnc Well-Known Member

    try pulling 1/2... fuck that. try pulling 1/4 that yield indoors
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    klmmicro

    klmmicro Well-Known Member

    I hear you. I pulled a pound per plant when growing outdoors in my youth. We had to keep the plants short and "discreet"...and we still got great yields. I only grow indoors anymore though. Too many people traipsing through the local fields in SoCal to keep a grow secure.

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