How can I increase my indoor yield?

How can I increase my indoor yield?

Table of Contents

  1. Increase Light Intensity (and possibly add CO2)
  2. Manipulate How Plants Grow (free way to produce more bud)
  3. Provide Correct Amount of Nutrients (sometimes less is more)
  4. Control Growing Environment (let the growing environment work for you)
  5. Harvest Plants Properly (most importantly, don’t harvest early!)

Can you super crop during flowering?

On the other hand, you can use super cropping in the late vegetative and early flowering phases if you want to even out your canopy and boost resin production for a bigger, more aromatic, and ultra-potent harvest.

Why are clones turning yellow?

When un-rooted clones get light, leaves attempt to photosynthesize, but they cannot uptake nutrients. This makes leaves cannibalize themselves, and turn yellow.

How do you fix yellow clones?

Once you cut the clones they rely on the food stored in their leaves while they make new roots. The leaves turn yellow because they’ve exhausted their food supply. You can prolong this by mixing a 1/4 strength nutrient mix to spray them with, instead of plain water.

Should clones be kept in the dark?

Clones need plenty of light to root and grow, but that light needs to be less intense than what you’ll use once it’s transplanted. T5 and CFL grow lights can offer your clones the vegging (blue) spectrum they need without the intensity that could take it out.

Do clones need 24 hours?

you should keep the light on your clones 24 hours a day (this makes them root and grow faster) the only reason to do 18 would be if you wanted to save a little on the electric bill. you need to give them enough light to root, but not so much that it will burn them.

What color light is best for clones?

blue light

Do cuttings need dark?

Therefore, the instantaneous light intensity during the early rooting phase should be quite low (but not dark) and then increased as roots develop. Plants can tolerate even more light when half of each liner cell is rooted, approximately 10 to 14 days after stick for many herbaceous crops.

How long do I leave cuttings in propagator?

Leave the propagator vents open. These first four days are the most crucial. If after this time the cutting is still wilting, then something is probably wrong (possibly an embolism or the base was not in contact with the rooting gel). If several plants are wilting then the problem is probably environmental.

Do roots grow better in the dark?

Roots grow in the dark soil to anchor the plant and to absorb mineral nutrients and water. It has been reported that light can penetrate less than several millimeters due to the rather high absorbance of soil (Woolley and Stoller, 1978).

Do roots die when exposed to air?

Moving a plant cannot be performed without some degree of transplant damage to the plant. Roots, branches and leafage are all affected. When roots are exposed to the air, tiny invisible rootlets dry up and die off.

What do roots do at night?

They only do it when the lights are on as the need to recieve the light to do it (part of the photosynthesis process, it cant be done in the absence of light). The night time however is the time when the plant uses all it’s energy that it has been storing throughout the day & does it’s thing.

Do Seeds Grow Faster in light or dark?

(Explanation: seeds store a lot of chemical energy in the form of fats and proteins that can be used to grow in the dark. Once this stored chemical energy is exhausted, the plant requires light to grow taller.)