Any idea on yield?

C. Nesbitt

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OP, there are probably a half dozen “what’s my yield gonna be” posts on here a week. You’re likely gonna get several sarcastic responses including “about a pound”.

You may get someone who tries to give a realistic ballpark but it’s all a guess. Too many factors and estimating yield is just like counting your chickens before they’ve hatched.

Suggest growing it out and finding out. You’ve already got the grow set up and gotten the plant that far. May as well see it through.
 
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Budzbuddha

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One tip ( especially with long node spaced strains ) …. Run a scrog or good training .
With a flat canopy , most of those buds would have a better chance on growth. Now because of light penetration reaching so far …. All that lower growth will be larf.

So any yield estimates are moot.
 
One tip ( especially with long node spaced strains ) …. Run a scrog or good training .
With a flat canopy , most of those buds would have a better chance on growth. Now because of light penetration reaching so far …. All that lower growth will be larf.

So any yield estimates are moot.
It started out as a outdoor plant and had to dig it up and buy a light and all that due to people finding it that wasn’t suppose to. And I had 3 and that’s only one that lived and was just very discouraged cause if I ever was going to do indoor I wanted to do it correctly with good nutes and soil and good training with the scrog net. And with as big and Christmas tree like instead of trained that’s why I wanted to see what people thought of yield
 

Hollatchaboy

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It started out as a outdoor plant and had to dig it up and buy a light and all that due to people finding it that wasn’t suppose to. And I had 3 and that’s only one that lived and was just very discouraged cause if I ever was going to do indoor I wanted to do it correctly with good nutes and soil and good training with the scrog net. And with as big and Christmas tree like instead of trained that’s why I wanted to see what people thought of yield
Don't expect a lot of yield with that light. Light energy plays a big part in yield.
 
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