How can I get my flowers or buds to be more dense and heavy
Lights, nutrients and water. That’s after good genetics…
Without knowing your growing conditions, it is hard to say. Are your lights good enough, is your environment optimal, is your ph and feeding regiment good, and genetics…
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Welcome to the community ! You’re at the right place. Indoor grow quality lights in my opinion would be would be one of the most important items, To achieve quality and quantity harvest. If possible fill out ILGM suppot ticket. Lots of growers are here to help. Good luck
Easiest way to do that is add more light and grow strains known for heavy yields.
Thanks for your reply. I have added more light and will monitor my results as compared to my last grow. All the advertised seeds seem to boast of results that I haven’t been able to achieve yet so I’m not sure which ones to try for my spring grow.
It’s definitely about light and heat management, then how they’re fed, but without the proper lighting, and heat control, you’re not going to get dense buds no matter what.
heavy lighting, and stem circumference training through supercropping. Bigger the stem, more nutes taken up, larger the flower provided the genetics are there, and lights are strong enough.