I have 2 plants in my closet. They were flipped to 12/12 just four days ago. The plants were grown from clones that are either Purple Kush or Bubblegum. Could be one of each. So heres the deal. The setup that I am using to grow has more than $100 invested into it. Not much more than $100, but if you added it all up I'm sure one could argue that it really cost ME more than $100 to setup my grow area. THAT BEING SAID, my point is that ANYBODY could get a setup that is quite similar to mine for under $100, that would also have similar results to mine. I'm so sick of seeing people waste there money on expensive grow equipment when they have no idea what they are getting themselves into. So here is what I'm currently running: 2 50-Watt HPS security lights from Home Depot ($30 each at Home Depot) 8 CFL's (4-Packs for $1 at Rite Aid or Big Lots) Homemade reflectors($1-5 material) Sockets for CFL's from craigslist or HomeDepot(Free/$10) Reflective Material (Mylar $10) ($1 @ Dollar Store for reflective wrapping paper) Scrog Screen ($1 of Wire) Amazon Bloom Soil($7.00) Thermometer ($3) 2 Soil Containers ($5) Various other things like extension cords and my timer could also be included but you guys are resourceful and don't need prices for all that...Shop first, don't get ripped off. So as you will see from my pictures I have been able to fill out a screen that is roughtly 3'x1.5' with just 2 plants under a single 50-Watt HPS security light and 6-CFL's. The last grow I did in the same grow space was my first grow ever and was grown from bag seed under the same lighting i just mentions(1 50wHPS and 6 CFL's). I yielded 3 1/2 oz. Dry Weight. That was not a scrog grow. I LST'd a little bit and thats all. Considering that I have implemented the SCROG technique, and that I have added another 50-Watt HPS light and 2-CFL's, I expect to yield well over 1/4lb. off of these two plants. I'm honestly thinking somewhere in the 1/2lb. range would be realistic if I am entirely successful. I will answer any questions about the techniques I used to raise the plants to the point they are today, since there are no pictures from the first half of this grow. Also, I will not have a digital camera until after christmas. I will however take some pictures with my web-cam so that you guys whet your appetites for more pictures of this grow. All I can say is that I'm both surprised and entirely satisfied with the results I have seen from using the SCROG technique. Pics Coming ASAP (23Dec. or earlier) Happy Growing and subscribe!