I'm curious, soil growers...

Bushbaby11

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What sort of yields are soil growers pulling per plant?
I usually do dwc and pull around 7/8 MINIMUM, will be giving soil a go as I've never done it before, started with hydro (i jumped straight in the deep literally haha)

Im planning on doing 12 plants (6 stardog & 6 zkittles) under 2x600w HPS with dimmible ballast (660w boost) in a 8Ft x 8.5Ft space (height isn't an issue)
In 15Litre rhizo pots (fabric smart pots) with biobizz organic soil using the biobizz organic nutrient range, vegging for around 5/6 weeks with multiple topping and supercropping and possibly SCROG.
AIMING for 4/5 per plant

Just wanted to know the range soil growers are within, yes I know it depends on different factors etc
 

spek9

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Not soil, but Sunshine #4 peat. 1/2 to 3/4 pound per plant after an 8 week veg, 400W MH and 1000W HPS, seeds/clones started in 1/2 gal pot, transplanted to their final 3 gallon pots sometime during veg weeks 3 and 4. Four plants in the 4x4' flower tent at a time, harvesting two of them every five weeks on a perpetual.

Jack's 5-12-26, Calcium Nitrate, Monopotassium Phosphate and Cal-Mag for nutrients. I range my pH between 5.7 and 6.3, and feeding is ~680 PPM veg, ~850 flower. Rarely ever do I hit or go over 900 PPM.
 

spliffendz

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No tbh I haven't, never heard of it lol what is it?
 

Hobbes

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4 plants scroged in a 4'x4' tent, 1000 Watt led:

My last harvest was 741 grams at 62% RH. For 1 plant that would be 185 grams per plant. 0.4 pounds per plant.

I'm thinking my next harvest will be up around 200 grams per plant with my ultimate goal of 300 grams per plant.

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subudai

Member
Iirc i read that 3L of soil for 1oz (i may be wrong)
so for 8 from 1 plant would take 24L pot which would be huge and take weeks to vrg.
 

Dilago

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I used to grow hydro and recently gave soil a go and pulled 900 grams under 1200 watts hps.
 

spek9

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Iirc i read that 3L of soil for 1oz (i may be wrong)
It's not pot size that determines the size or yield of the plant, it's all in how you fertilize it. You can grow a tree in a 1L pot. You'll likely be fertilizing several times per day, but it can be done.

Check out this post here:

 
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