I’ve got a marijauna garden in the forest, but they have been under consistent fire smoke since the start of the flowering stage. Will the smoke have any effect on the yield?
Smoke in the air will limit how much light gets to the marijuana plant. This will reduce the effectiveness of photosynthesis thereby reducing the rate of growth. The smoke itself might also have an effect on the plant. Particulate matter from the smoke will produce layers of grime and dust that are filled with toxins and ash on the surfaces of leaves. The leaf stomachs will be clogged and the smoke absorbs a lot of light. Smoky air does have a high concentration of carbon dioxide, but it also contains a wide variety of unburned toxic hydrocarbons like sulfur dioxide and carbon monoxide.
Plant tissue will be damaged and the yield will be smaller, but, more than that, these “poison plants” will be almost entirely unhealthy for you.