This video from Grow Pot Cheaply is proof that you don’t have to have a huge grow with dozens of plants to get a big harvest. How would you like to get 3 lbs per plant? This guy shows you the proof, and exactly what his setup was for getting a whole garbage bag full of nugs off a single plant!
I can’t say anything else. Wow. This tree comes out to be 2.95 lbs of bud grown at home, off a single plant. What makes it even more amazing is that this was an auto flowering plant! The weight would easily top 3 lbs if the buds were at the proper moisture level, or if the plant had been able to finish.
This guy uses a spare room, and a single 600 watt HPS Apollo setup with a UFO hood, then transfers his plants under an 800 watt Black Diamond full spectrum LED to “dense them up” before harvest. He begins his Royal Queen Auto-Critical seed in rock wool cubes for a strong start.
A different take on airflow than most growers, he uses a mostly closed system. CO2 plays a minor role but isn’t put up to the 1,500 ppm. His was on a timer and stayed between 800 to 1200 ppm, and when lights were off dropped down to about 600 ppm. The temperature held steady at 78°F with lights on, instead of increasing the temperature higher with CO2. Even in his tent setups, that don’t use CO2, it simply takes the air from inside the house, which has a higher CO2 level due to the air we exhale.
A grow series to follow
Grow Pot Cheaply has lots of videos on his setups, grows, harvests, and even smoke reviews of his yields, so you can follow the process from start to finish. He also hops on chat forums regularly to chat with people who want to ask questions, so feel free to watch his videos, chat him up, and learn from an indoor grower who knows how to produce some serious sensimilla.
He has read all the greats and come up with a system that works for him. He is always experimenting with other grow methods, so take a look.
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