I think you’re right. Another 10-14 and you’ll have more amber. I just chopped at 10 weeks and noticed after dry and cure most cloudy turned amber.. Looks great.. you think you have a pound there? .I'm thinking 7 to 10 days for my taste although the tops may be more amber than I thought they would be now
What do you think?
Yeah but it's just not efficient when you take into account days/kw hrs etc.Trich production looks great, 300g in a 1 gal is phenomenal. Imagine that x 20 1 gals hahahah..
Light mover? Nice one! 154g shy but what the hell. I havent read tne thread. Are you the first?Like my next challenge will be:
"Can I pull a pound from a 200 watt LED?"
Here is how the cycle goes. I topped the 1st main stem, this gives you two new branches. while allowing them to grow i bend them and do a high stress training. When they have reached the length i want i topped it again. This allowed the plant to get two new branches while allowing the remaining side branches to grow.So every branch that has a bud site you top and it splits into 2 ? You do this to all branches and keep tying it down ?
One gallon max capacity of an aeroponic system with a seperate res that autofills the 1 gallon system when low? Lol. . is there a time limit here?UgaUgaUga the troll says
Alright. This is an idea spawned from pure testosterone, youthful exuberance, and downright competitiveness. Think the Solo Cup Challenge, upgraded.
The rules are simple:
- 1 gallon media
- 1 plant
- Must be the same plant documented from start to finish in this thread
You can use any media, any light source, any area, any genetics, seed or clone, any nutrients, any additives, PGRs, I don't care. Earn your place in history, and true trolling rights, by producing one pound (16 ounces, 440 grams) from one plant in one gallon of media.
I'll join the party once my current run is done, let's see what happens between now and then :D