Highest Yield Strains for Outdoor

Billyboy50

Member
Hello fellow growers,

I wanted to know your opinion on what strains can produce the most massive yields outdoor.
I have the ideal growing conditions.:leaf:

Peace out.:peace:
 

stealthfader508

Well-Known Member
it kind of depends ... some of the best outdoor yielders can be midsy ... check out Rosetta Stone by Brothers Grimm, it's a massive yielder, with above average quality ... it's Jack Herer X C99, so it's essentially Jack Herer because c99 already has the JH lineage from the original F1 ... make sure you prepare to support it though, the buds get so huge it'll start leaning
 

Billyboy50

Member
it kind of depends ... some of the best outdoor yielders can be midsy ... check out Rosetta Stone by Brothers Grimm, it's a massive yielder, with above average quality ... it's Jack Herer X C99, so it's essentially Jack Herer because c99 already has the JH lineage from the original F1 ... make sure you prepare to support it though, the buds get so huge it'll start leaning
Thx bro Sounds sweet... I'll check it out.
 

Billyboy50

Member
All strains will produce huge yields if vegged long enough. But its got to be quality to count.
I recently read that it will only produce that monstrous yield if I germinate them early February, do any of u know if it's true? Cos I was planning on germinating them only early march.do I still have a chance to do like a 650g+?
 

Ozumoz66

Well-Known Member
I recently read that it will only produce that monstrous yield if I germinate them early February, do any of u know if it's true? Cos I was planning on germinating them only early march.do I still have a chance to do like a 650g+?
It is not necessary to start in February to grow a monster plant. Here's one started in late April and still got about 2300g. Support is a must, as is defoliating for air flow to prevent powdery mildew. Screenshot_20210102_084853_com.android.gallery3d.jpg
 

Tht_Blk_Guy27

Well-Known Member
Hello fellow growers,

I wanted to know your opinion on what strains can produce the most massive yields outdoor.
I have the ideal growing conditions.:leaf:

Peace out.:peace:
i just ordered some Monster from eva seeds, a 1lb plant, also got some Texada timewarp (1lbs) i know blue dream and power plant are mad veggers and long flower girls but its well worth the weight. if you can get ahold of some HSO then Mango sapphire and sapphire scout are heavy yielders as well
 

Tht_Blk_Guy27

Well-Known Member
I recently read that it will only produce that monstrous yield if I germinate them early February, do any of u know if it's true? Cos I was planning on germinating them only early march.do I still have a chance to do like a 650g+?
the longer the veg the better. starting long flowering sativas id recommend starting them in April so they finish in September if your US based (im midwest) but veg time is what matters. its all about what she is made from, what you feed her and the environment
 

Ozumoz66

Well-Known Member
Just wow.
What did you feed her?
Could you share any more info?
Placed 5 week old seedling directly into soil that had good nutrients. Watered with about 5 gallons once a week. Many strains will get that large - this one in particular was a Mediplant from Dr Greenthumb. Tested at 22% THC with 1% CBG.
 

sf_frankie

Well-Known Member
the longer the veg the better. starting long flowering sativas id recommend starting them in April so they finish in September if your US based (im midwest) but veg time is what matters. its all about what she is made from, what you feed her and the environment
This GDP been vegging in my buddies closet for 2 months and then in my grow room for the past month. It’s been kind of forgotten about a few times and was left outside for a week so it started to preflower. Just transplanted it in my 50 gal smart pot so I’m hoping it’ll be a monster! I’m just gonna leave it under the porch light until the days get long. My plants last year were over 9 feet tall but they had skinny little stalks and not the tree trunks in this thread. Hopefully this one ends up like those!5269386A-27FA-4D19-9197-4F72C5BD923A.jpeg
 

OSBuds

Active Member
To get the max yield from any strain, I reveg.
By putting them into flower timer mode for 3 weeks.
Then back to veg & they go outside early June.
 
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