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When digging the hole you shouldallow for around 30% increase in the pot size for depth and width so for example a 20 litre pot is 34cm diameter x 27cm depth - the planting hole should be around 44cm diameter x 35cm depth. The same calculation can be used if repotting into a larger pot on arrival. Even those without significant spatial limitations tend to choose shorter cannabis varieties when growing indoors. After all, you are responsible for providing illumination, so you need to account for the space taken up by your grow lights. Moreover, if you’re growing different strains and some end up being much taller than others, this can deprive smaller specimens of light, resulting in stretching and reduced final yields.

The sea of green method ( SOG) is all about getting the most out of your available floor space. It is a good way to achieve a consistent outcome with photoperiod plants, clones, and autoflowers. This technique is fast and profit-yielding. They will be scrogged in Coco under a 1000 watt lamp with a Grostar reflector, like he usually uses. If using 4 plants then you would look for them to yield over 5oz/plant so then you would need at least an 11-15ltr if in compost but you would get away with 11ltr in coco. Coco tends to out yield compost by more when you get to the bigger pots. Training would mostly be used for smaller numbers to fill the canopy Modern LEDs can output the same light intensity as HPS units, while using around 60-70% of the energy. Therefore, they cover the same space in less wattage. A good 250W LED is equal to a 400W HPS, which can cover around 5–6 plants. By comparison, a high-powered 1200W LED should be able to cover around 8–9 plants.

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He seems to think that he'll need a pot size that's over 20 litres, to get the required 9oz's from each of the 4 pots to make up the GPW. Our 2L pots are ideal for the production of amenity plants grown for one year, most commonly used for our 2L herbaceous and shrub lines, this size is great as the plants are small enough to establish but large enough to make an impact when first planted. When using LEDs, it is best to consult the manufacturer for the recommended number of plants to grow and the optimal distance from your lights to your plants' canopy. Reputable manufacturers usually make this type of information available. Significant temperature differences between day and night temperatures also impact plant development, resulting in taller plants with weaker stems and branches. Moreover, fluctuations in temperature and humidity could lead to a higher volume of water in plants. While this might lead to taller plants with larger leaves, flowers end up fluffy and loose. When using CFLs, divide by 150. For example, using a 400W CFL: 400W ÷ 150 = 2.6 or 3 plants LED GROW LIGHTS

Records the default button state of the corresponding category & the status of CCPA. It works only in coordination with the primary cookie. I'm sure a 3L jump in pot size from 15L to 18L won't manage to double the yield, the way the smaller pots with a 4L jump managed. Outcomes: Best yield per square metre, flexible with how many plants you want to use, for advanced growers only This question keeps cropping up nigh on every week so this is how I look at it although there is no hard and fast rules. How you choose to grow also determines plant numbers and pot size. I.E Screen of green(scrog) or Sea of green (sog).Before you get started with your indoor grow operation, you need to have a plan. Among the things you need to think about is how many cannabis plants you can feasibly fit in your grow space. FACTORS THAT DETERMINE THE NUMBER OF CANNABIS PLANTS YOU CAN GROW

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