1 plant or 4 plants?


#1

Hi guys and gals,
I have just finished my first grow. And, as a complete newbie who knew nothing, (except that I knew nothing), I followed Roberts bible to the syllable. Let me suggest to any one completely new to this, get his book and study it. You cannot fail. So thanks Robert.
Now, a question for any seasoned growers, my first grow was only two plants and I harvested 9.8 ounces - my next grow I was going to up it to 4 plants. HOWEVER, I read a lot of growers journals and they seem to suggest less is more (yield) if one is to top and scrog. For example, I have a 1.2m ( about 4ft) x 1.2m x 2m grow tent. Top drip system with a 45 ltre resovoir, and 5 gallon pots. My grow light is MH600 and Flower 600 HPS. If I was to veg an extra two weeks with 2 plants ( topping and LST ) , would this yield healthier than 4 plants in the same environment and grow space? The environment is temp; 80-90 Humidity; 50-70% , plant is WW .
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated .
Cheers


#2

I do not see any reason to sway you from your current success.

If you are training and successfully harvesting a nice crop, add plants until you maximize your grow space potential :slight_smile:


#3

Cheers my friend, and yes, why the heck not :slight_smile: . I must say, I do believe I have found the hobby I always wanted. Growing is addictive, even learning and researching is too much fun.


#4

NPH … last year was my first grow. I planted 3 WW in outdoor pots. And it was a blast. Like you said, it was addictive, so this year I’m going with two different strains and 7 plants. I can’t wait to plant my seeds!! I’m also going to have one planted directly in the ground this year and see how big it gets!


#5

We are so glad to see you all are having fun :slight_smile: