Indoor Yield-O-Rama

Analysis of Plant Stock

Here we see two statistically significant correlations, a positive one for clone stock and a negative one for plants grown from seed. This indicates that clone stock may result in above-average yields, while plants grown from seed may tend to produce below-average yields. However, again, we must await the final regression model before drawing any firm conclusions. In any case, mix and revegetated stock do not show any statistically significant relationship to crop yield.

 

Stock
Correlation Significance
Clone
.202* .012
Mix
.013 .877
Revegetated
-.123 .129
Seed
-.181* .025

** Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level
* Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level
Number of records=153

 

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