First time grow. What to expect as yield

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    Taktookato

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    Hey guys
    so this is my first grow. Had a lot of ups and downs but here I’m. It’s day 32 of bloom.
    My ph is between 5.8 to 6.2. My soil ppm is about 1300.
    I’m growing 3 Shiska berries ( they were 5, lost to cause they were hermis) and 5 mr mother Mother Earth.
    The Shiskas need 8-9 weeks of flowering while the Mr Mother Earth needs 60-65 days, this according to the seed manual.
    Can I know what to expect as yield. I’m growing in 9x9 room under 2 600w hps.
    Also any general advise.
     

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    Plants look good to me, ya gonna have a bunch a weed!!! That’s about as close an estimate as I got!!!
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    To answer your question about yeild....
    Hard to say just looking at those plants. I dont really have a frame of reference, but just from experience, i would guess 20 to 40 grams per plant dry weight.
     
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    2 600 watt lights in a 9x9 is pretty low. If i wanted max yeild i would veg those out with a lot of lst to keep them short and bushy. Add 2 more 600s for better coverage. At that point you could easily get 200 or more grams per plant with a relatively short veg time.
     
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    I have some concern about the amount of yellowing leaves when you have so long left to go. What are you feeding them, how much, and how often?
     
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    I’m feeding bio Bizz. I’ve only fed twice during flowering.
     
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    Are you using the bloom formula? Aren't you supposed to feed every week?
     
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    The bigger question is why are your plants so hungry?! Miz HG is asking the real questions!

    Do you have an EC meter for water or just soil? Soil ppm can include residual unused fertilizer salts that are at best useless and at worst toxic to your plants. Your pH is low for a soil grow, and your plants are too yellow for week 4-5. Use a standard bloom fert at the recommended dosage at pH 6.8 until about a week before harvest, and get the canopy to light distance as close as you can while maintaining a pleasantly warm temperature at the canopy. Put your hand on the top of the tallest plant and hold it there for a minute, you will understand what I mean by pleasantly warm. That's your light distance.
    You should do a soil pH runoff test too next time you water heavily. That is useful info.
     
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    What is the temperature and humidity in your grow space?
     

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