Dry weight from an auto what's your best

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Sativajoe

Sativajoe

Hey farmers,, time for some bragging rights, as Time goes by autos are getting stronger and bigger,, what is your best achievement with an auto ??
My best has only been 6 oz but that was a few years ago there is a lot more strains out there now,,interested to hear what the modern day farmer is now achieving with better lights and so on
Cheers
 
HarryHood

HarryHood

Hey farmers,, time for some bragging rights, as Time goes by autos are getting stronger and bigger,, what is your best achievement with an auto ??
My best has only been 6 oz but that was a few years ago there is a lot more strains out there now,,interested to hear what the modern day farmer is now achieving with better lights and so on
Cheers
wow! 6 oz off one plant? that's incredible! i totaled just over 1/2 lb for my first grow from 4 ethos (banana daddy, banana hammock, pluto cut og). i used a sf4000 from start to finish with roots organics terp teas
 
Anthem

Anthem

My first grow 7 years ago I grew a 5 pack of greenhouse seeds northern light autos. They ranged in dry weight from 2.5 oz to 4 oz. totaled 15 oz under a 600 w hps.
You have to consider how people are weight the finished product. Besides wet weight we have the hang for a week and weight, next week have the, cut off the buds from the stems and this is your weight than we have, what goes in the bag after trim is the weight. It just depends on how much new math you want to apply to the formula.
 
MIMedGrower

MIMedGrower

You have to consider how people are weight the finished product. Besides wet weight we have the hang for a week and weight, next week have the, cut off the buds from the stems and this is your weight than we have, what goes in the bag after trim is the weight. It just depends on how much new math you want to apply to the formula.


what?

Dry is dry. It takes a couple weeks on average for most flowers to stop losing water weight barring really loose buds and really too dry climate. And it has always been standard as far as I know to trim bud leaves and small buds and larf and only weigh premium buds.

Any sooner or not trimmed properly is just an exaggerated weight.
 
Anthem

Anthem

what?

Dry is dry. It takes a couple weeks on average for most flowers to stop losing water weight barring really loose buds and really too dry climate. And it has always been standard as far as I know to trim bud leaves and small buds and larf and only weigh premium buds.

Any sooner or not trimmed properly is just an exaggerated weight.
Exactly, but tell that to the new guy that just pulled 3 a light. He thinks he is the bomb but really cannot even look himself in the mirror.
 
Anthem

Anthem

what?

Dry is dry. It takes a couple weeks on average for most flowers to stop losing water weight barring really loose buds and really too dry climate. And it has always been standard as far as I know to trim bud leaves and small buds and larf and only weigh premium buds.

Any sooner or not trimmed properly is just an exaggerated weight.
Yes but that was back in the day before we have, Seedlings, teens, preflower, pre harvest and who know what the new term will be next week. By todays standards it is all about who has the biggest D__K contest. Either change to the new ways or find yourself in the dust left behind
 
growsince79

growsince79

Exactly, but tell that to the new guy that just pulled 3 a light. He thinks he is the bomb but really cannot even look himself in the mirror.
Or how about the guy that got 23 oz to fit in 8 qt jars. Lol here comes the fishing stories.
 
Sativajoe

Sativajoe

wow! 6 oz off one plant? that's incredible! i totaled just over 1/2 lb for my first grow from 4 ethos (banana daddy, banana hammock, pluto cut og). i used a sf4000 from start to finish with roots organics terp teas
By today's standard that isn't that smart it was called Auto pounder, I can't remember the breeder, and it went just over the 100 days,, so much for the breeders claims of 75 or whatever it was
I did see a video of an auto grow by someone calling himself the king, from memory he grew a Auto ultimate Dutch Passion I think, but with all the bells and whistles,, side lighting, CO2
17 oz total dry
 
Moshmen

Moshmen

I pull 3 zips pretty consistent in small #2 nursery pots and I hold em back - there’s no doubt I could pull 6-8 ounces off 1 plant or even more but I like variety
And yes when I say 3 zips I mean dried and ready for the grinder! Lol
 
TheBadChoice

TheBadChoice

How long did it take?
The photo is specs, for me Um if I remember correct from germ to when I finished a little over 4 months for about 125ish days when the drying was good for my liking. It literally only had like a 12 day transition before going right into bloom it was really weird but I guess that’s why their called “fast buds”
 
growsince79

growsince79

The photo is specs, for me Um if I remember correct from germ to when I finished a little over 4 months for about 125ish days when the drying was good for my liking. It literally only had like a 12 day transition before going right into bloom it was really weird but I guess that’s why their called “fast buds”
From sprout to chop 125 days?
 
TheBadChoice

TheBadChoice

Yep 125””ish back Started in December 2020 finished last week of March 2021.
Alright here we go I had to go to the old thread lol, started dec 18 2020 finished April 2 so yea 4 months give or take 120ish days. Okay I’m done hijacking your thread bud sorry lol
 
Mr.GreenthumbOG

Mr.GreenthumbOG

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first time I’ve run autos, this past winter. Dry packed weight varied from 60g-130g per.
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