To estimate your dry yield from your wet yield, just multiply the wet yield by 0.25 to get an idea of what you’ll have to share with your friends (or stash away for yourself)!
Wet and dry cannabis does not weigh the same.
Soil grown marijuana can pull down some epic yields as well. But not all soils are created equal. For example, one person growing marijuana in loam soil may have a richer harvest since loam soil is easy for the roots to penetrate. On the other hand, clay soil could lead to a dismal yield since it doesn’t easily drain and can be quite compact, making it difficult for cannabis roots to grow.
Grow Less Cannabis Plants to Get More Weed
The most important metrics to look for in a lighting fixture are PPF, PPFD, and energy usage/efficacy . If none of these are present, you may want to look at a different fixture.
Topping splits the main stem into two. You can see the two new “main stems” on each side of the cut.
Pruning techniques like manifolding can force even a small plant to produce huge buds. This plant was less than 2 feet (0.6m) tall at harvest and produced 6.2 oz by itself.
2.) Train Plants to Grow Flat
Get big cannabis yields with just a few plants!
Main Idea: Train plants to grow flat and wide like a table in the vegetative stage.
1.) Grow Bigger Plants
HLG 100 should be kept about 10″ away from the tops of plants