So I've been thinking... I have a few too many plants in my tent than I'd like, 14 medium to large sized plants, just starting flowering under 600w hps in a 4x4x7. Now, I've heard people saying Xg/watt is the best you can yield. This got me thinking, what if I split them in two groups and have my light always on, then rotate the two groups of plants between the 600w tent and a dark, ventilated room? Based on Xg/watt, wouldn't that mean I would get twice as much bud from each plant if I did that? IK,IK, no pics for now because i don't have a camera, but out of the 14 plants: 7 are LSTd and fully matured (they grow single leaf nodes) in 12" pots, 4 are a bit smaller (and LSTd) in 10" pots, and 3 are 8" pots growing straight up (with about 5-6 nodes). Amazingly they all make an even canopy. They're in a 4x4 area so there's about 0.25sqft of free space when the pots are all packed in there. They just started flowering and I fear they're going to strangle each other, stretch, grow rot, all the above if i don't take some out... but what a waste! Also, 12 are female and 2 are still unknown. All in all, would it be worth switching the pots every 12 hours for the next 60 days and doubling my electric bill, or is the g/watt logic not applicable here?