Considering everything goes well. Can anyone with expertise estimate what kind of yield I can expect with this wedding cake x gelato?

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Wedding cake x gelato f1 in 35 gallons of super soil mix of rainforest top soil, chicken manure, fish heads, fish guts, worm castings, guano and perlite.
Currently going into week 4 of flower, def noticing more trichomes than when I grew the mother plant(wedding cake). Just looking for a ballpark estimate of what kind of yield I can possibly hope for.
Also, any tips on organic solutions to deter caterpillars and bud worms?

Thanks in advance
 
LexLuthor

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Light is the driving force behind yield, so the amount of sunlight is important. But you need all other factors dialed in to use all the light properly for growth.
 
Triniyrdgrowr

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Light is the driving force behind yield, so the amount of sunlight is important. But you need all other factors dialed in to use all the light properly for growth.
She gets about 9 hours of direct sunlight. 10-11 hours on some really bright days
 
The_ganjapreneur

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Wedding cake x gelato f1 in 35 gallons of super soil mix of rainforest top soil, chicken manure, fish heads, fish guts, worm castings, guano and perlite.
Currently going into week 4 of flower, def noticing more trichomes than when I grew the mother plant(wedding cake). Just looking for a ballpark estimate of what kind of yield I can possibly hope for.
Also, any tips on organic solutions to deter caterpillars and bud worms?

Thanks in advance
Those are going to be healthy
 
3Dino

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Wedding cake x gelato f1 in 35 gallons of super soil mix of rainforest top soil, chicken manure, fish heads, fish guts, worm castings, guano and perlite.
Currently going into week 4 of flower, def noticing more trichomes than when I grew the mother plant(wedding cake). Just looking for a ballpark estimate of what kind of yield I can possibly hope for.
Also, any tips on organic solutions to deter caterpillars and bud worms?

Thanks in advance
Looks like 7 or 8 oz to me use
Wedding cake x gelato f1 in 35 gallons of super soil mix of rainforest top soil, chicken manure, fish heads, fish guts, worm castings, guano and perlite.
Currently going into week 4 of flower, def noticing more trichomes than when I grew the mother plant(wedding cake). Just looking for a ballpark estimate of what kind of yield I can possibly hope for.
Also, any tips on organic solutions to deter caterpillars and bud worms?

Thanks in advance
Looks like about 7 or 8 oz. Use bacillus thurengesis applications for Caterpillar.
 
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