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2-600w how many plants can i grow?
Posted 20 March 2009 - 07:06 AM
2-hydroponic flood and drain4x4
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Posted 21 March 2009 - 09:21 PM
2-4x4 flood n drain trays
and a bed room
should i dump the 4x4 trays and go with somthing handmade to increase plant production per 600w hps
like i said im tryin to push it .
if anybody has any suggestion plz help me. im trying to get as much as XXXamount of pounds from this project
any future predictions feel free to speak im here to learn.
Posted 22 March 2009 - 03:58 AM
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Posted 23 March 2009 - 04:12 AM
32 plants total. I have a 7' by 4' area with 2 600's 10 inches apart. 16 hempy buckets under each one.
Sounds like a perfect number to me.
Posted 15 February 2010 - 07:43 AM
MY answer to your question is 50.
I run each 600w HPS over a grow table that measures 32"x32". Typical diameter of a 1 gallon pot is 6.5" Each grow table holds 25 - 1 gallon pots. I light burned my plants, nute burned my plants, and figured out that they were all extremely root bound and I still pulled 1.8 pounds from 2 lights. Pretty sure I'm hitting 1 pound per 600w light on my next grow.
Here's my custom grow report. 390 grams from one 600, 420 grams from the other. Dried, cured and bagged weight...
Yield in ounces 28.57 oz
Yield in pounds 1.79 lb
Grams per plant 16.20 gr
Ounces per plant 0.57 oz
Grams per watt 0.68 gr
Grams per square meter 619.06
Pounds per kilowatt 1.49
Watts per square foot 84.38
I'd love to see what some other SoG growers are pulling. I'm new, still finding my way. Always open to new ideas. peace
Edited by snowking, 15 February 2010 - 07:45 AM.
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