It's hard to say I disliked growing this strain knowing that most of the reason I don't like it is because I kinda grew it wrong. Trainwreck is an amazing strain with beautiful qualities but she's just too sensitive of a plant for me to want to grow again. If you give her too much water she starts wilting; too many nutrients and she'll burn quickly. Temperature goes above 75 degrees Fahrenheit and she's gonna foxtail on you. She''s an amazing strain but I just don''t think I'll be growing her again due to her complicated nature. There are many much easier and higher yielding strains to grow. That must be why everyone breeds Trainwreck with something a bit more hearty to retain some of the qualities while increasing the yield and THC content.
Have you noticed smth changed positively?
Changes were negative?
DISCLAIMER: 2 plants were harvested in this diary under 136 actual watts of lighting from one 136 actual watt ViparSpectra LED's. Because grow diaries algorithms are incorrect for some reason the website lists the grams per watt incorrectly because it divides the number of grams/watt by the number of plants. In this case it causes my grams per watts to be 2 times lower than what it actually was so I have listed the wattage as 2 times less then it actually was. I apologize if this causes anyone any confusion but It's the only way to have my overall account information to be correct in my profile.
As I had said before in the harvest for the Quantum Kush, the conditions that were ideal for the Quantum Kush to thrive in just weren't right for the Trainwreck. In retrospect I should not have grown the two strains in the same tent right next to each other. I did so only because it was convenient for me to do so, so I did. So heres the total harvest information. The Quantum Kush total harvest weight was 193.93 grams. The Trainwreck total harvest weight was 74.54 grams. That puts the total harvest weight for this grow room of .46 meters squared at 268.47 grams. So if we take that 268.47 grams and divide it by our total wattage for the lights which is 408 watts it means I achieved .658 grams per watts for this small grow room.
.65 grams per watt for this entire little space isn't bad in my opinion consider the conditions for two of the plants were less than ideal. This tent was simply a practice of my canopy training which I don't feel that I exceeded at really. Next time I train a canopy in this fashion I believe it'll turn out much better. I think overall it was a nice practice run for exactly what I'll be doing in the future. I hope you all enjoyed.