Hey all. So had something kind of weird happen to me on my last grow. I had some plants going that were started at different times. I got my first batch of 15 from a crap club and most of them ended up dying, so after about half of them died I went to a good club to replace them, then more died and I went back to the good club and got more. SO anyways, 5 of the "original" ones that didn't die actually turned out pretty good. All the plants I got were supposedly "hybrid" but they branched up like a Sativa and had huge leaves (still flowered quick like indica though), and the younger ones were short and squat. Basically (convoluted story I know, thanks for reading this far if you're seeing this), since I was growing in a cramped walk in closet my lighting options were limited and I had to raise the main light up because the ones that had 5 weeks to veg were like 2 feet taller than the other ones and they were a lot closer to the light. So I harvested the plants and the ones that were closer are a lot stonier than the smaller ones. I was expecting smaller buds on the ones further from the light and wasn't surprised by that. So if you skipped all the way to the end, the question is does a plant that's closer to the right produce more THC than one further away.