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smurgrow started grow question 3 years ago
When a breeder quotes an estimated range for yield what assumptions do the make:

1. Is the quoted yield based on wet or dry weight
2. Is the range based on standard growth or do the high end numbers typically assume advanced training techniques, supplemental lighting etc.
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Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 3 years ago
I never read the Yield esteminations... Because, i dont really understand them^^ i look at and read what ppls wrote there, sometimes its teh same text like breeder, but most time there are personalized comments / texts. For me yield is no point for the decision to buy them. I look here at gd how the most of it come out, how difficult they are. how resiliant they are is for me one of the biggest points. I would always recommend you to buy from respected breeders. Maybe they dont have such fancy names or packages, but the Plants have good and stable genetics. This is how i do it, i see a strain, look on and here on gd how they are to grow........ and in i have doubts i dont grow it. As you can see in my grows i have prefered Breeder. And i would always go with them , because the Customer service is a very important point to me too. If you have problems, someone who helps you or send you new seeds. We can talk per PM for giving you some Names of good Breeder. i dont want to do it here
starphish answered grow question 3 years ago
Dry weight most definately and as always numbers are exaggerated to assume 1/g watt advanced yields or big outdoor trees. Your comment about moving plants made me nostalgic because it's all i've been doing for a month and plan to do for the next month until they finish ;)