aeroflo 36 yield

Discussion in 'Aerogardeners' started by fathobbit0074, May 10, 2013.

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    fathobbit0074

    fathobbit0074 Active Member

    starting up aero 36 system and was wondering about potential yield per . just wondering about possibilities. running a 1000 dig with hord and will have chiller and co2 thnx
     
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    Slipon

    Slipon Well-Known Member

    between nothing and a pound
     
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    fathobbit0074

    fathobbit0074 Active Member

    Is that per plant Or for all. ? I was kind of hoping for. 1 -1.5 z per plant. I know that you never maximize your potential. First time around. I have plenty of experiance Just never ran aeroflo
     
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    fathobbit0074

    fathobbit0074 Active Member

    Is that per plant Or for all. ? I was kind of hoping for. 1 -1.5 z per plant. I know that you never maximize your potential. First time around. I have plenty of experiance Just never ran aeroflo
     
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    bdt1981

    bdt1981 Well-Known Member

    I havent actually used it but im about to. I picked one up as a gift and i been gathering the rest of the equipment i will need. Which is a ton of stuff really. Kinda a pain in the ass when you have tight budget. But i have heard everything from a pound total to 3.3 z per site. Like i said tho just heard i havent done it yet. But im thinking 2 per site isnt out of teach when i was getting .75 z ebb and flow with 64 plants on a 4x4 table harvest every 30 days a 4x4 with 64 3/4 oz colas. Lollie pop the hell out of them the first 2 to 3 weeks of flower. I mean it when i say lollie pop. Leave only 2 leaves and a new shoot. I was shooting for a zip but only got .75. 4x8 with 3800 watts.
    Somoene said they got 5oz per sf ebb and flow lollie popping. Some wont believe it because they cant achieve it. I know how big things can get when things arr going good. I think its possible.
     
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    mr4tune

    mr4tune Well-Known Member

    Dudebro was hittin 3.75 over on another forum with the 36 unit. Its all on genetics and what you know.
     

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