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Info Strain: unknown/"commercial white" (8-9 weeks flowering, 70-110cm, potent and high yield mostly) Plants: 10 clones Medium: permanent soil Light: 1x 400W HPS (18h day for growing, 12h day for flowering) Box: old closet Area: 0.95m^2 (10 ft^2) Dimensions: 190cm x 50cm x 200cm (75inch x 20inch x 79inch) (LxWxH) Inlet fan: 175m^3/h (6200 ft^3/min) Outlet fan: 400m^3/h (14000 ft^3/min) Smell combat: large carbon filter Watering: by hand via drainage tubes Nutrition: Biogreen organic nutrition line
This is my last grow. It's already complete from clone to dried product. ---------------------------------------------------------
Day 1 - day 18, grow period (18h day) The first picture shows how we received the clones. Spider mite infected clones We washed all clones with normal anti mite chemical and put a few ladybirds in our box. They were placed in a plastic tent to keep humidity high. A few days later the cat also decides to take a look.
Day 10 flowering & ScrOG (Screen of Green) After 10 days of flowering a ScrOG was started. I hope to post more info about this later.
Day 34 flowering
Day 50 flowering
Day 60 flowering
Day 63 flowering (harvest day)
Harvest and curing The plants were harvested and the flowers immediately cut. Then placed on plastic bags on the soil in our grow box. Fans at low speed to make sure all air was leaving through the carbon filter. After 5 days the almost dry weed was placed in glass jars for curing. They are opened every day for the first two weeks. The smoke gets smoother and better by curing in the jars.
Result 380g (13 ounce) dried. This includes 80g fluffy buds.
did you keep any mother plants for clones? or was this a one-time shot?
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Very very nice, I was wondering, does the screen make a big differance, I figure its a form of stress on the stems kinda like super cropping, I noticed alot of people using this method, so it has to be effective I would think.
Quote: does the screen make a big differance, I figure its a form of stress on the stems kinda like super cropping, I noticed alot of people using this method, so it has to be effective I would think.
There are very many variables involved so I'm not sure that the screen does make a difference, but it seems to increase yield with 10-20%. The idea is to help the plant use the space more efficiently and keep the tops at one level. This means that the lamp can be closer to most tops, which increases yield. I don't think the plants suffer much from the bending etc.