Indoor Yield-O-Rama

The YOR Document and Database Records
(as last posted to Usenet)


Last Updated: 10/16/02

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All grams, watts, and lumen values are per square foot of garden canopy:
    GRAMS                      MEDIUM                               cypher    avail
Seq DRYWT  HVST WATTS/LIGHTING      STOCK@sqft variety      hrs day garden    lumens
--- -----  ---- --------------- ---- ---- ---- -------      --- --- 1234567   ------
001  17.5c MAN  40 FLOR         HYDR CLON 0.25 I             12 115 EGTEG--    3075S
002  17.4  MAN  40 HPS+FLOR     SOIL CLON      V                    -------    4490E
003   9.6  MAN  17 /FLOR T      TRON CLON 0.75 I                    XNPEZ--    1175S
004  22.7c MAN  62 HPS+FLOR     HYDR SEED 1.28 N#5xC,F2      14 60  TC--O--    6638D
004+ 28.7d MAN  62 HPS+FLOR     HYDR SEED 1.28 N#5xC,F2      14 60  TC--O--    6638D
005  11.0  MAN  50 MH           SOIL CLON 1.25 O                    --E--T-    4800D
006  31.2  MAN  64 HPS          SOIL CLON      BxS#1                -------    7872D
007  37.9  RAW  54 HPS+MH       HYDR CLON      S                    -----F-    5913E
008  32.1  MAN  73 MH+HPS/FLOR  HYDR SEED      N                    -------    7433E
009  33.5  MAN  60 HPS          HYDR CLON      S                    -------    7380E
010   6.5  MAN  46 FLOR         SOIL SEED 1.00 A                    MYBFTU-    3680E
011  34.1  MAN 115 HPS          HYDR CLON      O                    ER-----   13915D
012  66.2  MAN 133 HPS          HYDR CLON      K                    -------   16359E
013  37.9  MAN 100 HPS/FLOR     HYDR CLON      O                    ---D---   10420D
014   6.2  MAN  13 HPS          HYDR CLON      O                    -------    1131D
015  20.3c MAN  40 FLOR         HYDR CLON 0.25 I             12 106 EGTEG--    3075S
016  23.6  MAN  50 HPS+FLOR     HYDR SEED      NxB,NxK#1xH          -----T-    5613E
017  11.0  MAN  70 HPS/FLOR     SOIL SEED 1.00 O             12 57  -------    5800D
018  38.7  MAN  60 HPS Agro     HYDR CLON 3.40 N#5xDxJ(f2),G 12 48  TR-VGF-    7380E
019  14.0  MAN  65 HPS/FLOR     SOIL SEED 1.00 I             12 43  -------    5387D
020  11.3  MAN  46 FLOR         SOIL CLON 1.00 A                    MYNFT--    3680E
021   9.3  MAN  20 HPS          HYDR CLON 3.43 A                    PGBFG--    2460E
022  13.0  MAN  77 HPS+FLOR     SOIL REVE 0.33 O             12 91  -------    6297D
023  55.0  MAN 113 HPS Agro     HYDR SEED 0.80 I             12 63  USEDGT-   13899E
024  14.0  MAN  36 HPS+MH       HYDR CLON 1.10 N             12 48  NGMDIL-    3942E
025  31.7  MAN  62 HPS Agro     HYDR CLON 0.86 A             12 66  TSEDFM-    7626E
026  15.5  MAN  35 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.57 A             12 40  TJBFGI-    4305E
027  17.5c MAN  40 FLOR         HYDR CLON 0.25 I             12 101 EGTEGB-    3075S
028  14.2  MAN  28 HPS+FLOR     SOIL SEED 1.00 NxT           12 44  MWTEVS-    3143E
029  32.4  MAN  96 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.94 I             12 67  MJHFDF-   12000D
030  35.4  MAN  54 HPS Agro     FORT CLON 1.00 U          14/12 58  MNBUXF-    6642E
031  12.5d MAN  40 FLOR         SOIL SEED      K                    -YE--V-    2800E
032  17.5  MAN  63 HPS          SOIL REVE 1.50 K#1xIxS       12 60  MWHDUS-    7749E
033  37.1  MAN  96 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.25 K             12 62  MJSDHD-   12000D
034  17.5  MAN  53 HPS Agro     SOIL SEED 1.50 WxO           12 75  MYEFWU-    6413D
035  14.7  MAN  31 HPS+MH*      HYDR SEED 1.25 U             12 39  GGS--X-    3395E
036  17.4  MAN  31 HPS+MH*      HYDR SEED 1.25 U             12 39  GGS--G-    3395E
037  17.0  MAN  36 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.80 C             12 56  TRLUKA-    4428E
038  27.0  MAN  63 HPS          SOIL SEED 4.00 K#1xI(F2)     12 50  MWHDUS-    7749E
039  16.7  MAN  37 /FLOR\FLOR T FORT CLON 0.75 L             12 56  XWHFGS-    2820D
040  19.2  MAN  54 FLOR/FLOR    SOIL SEED 1.70 KxI           12 47  MWBDRD-    3186D
041  40.0c MAN 107 HPS/FLOR     SOIL CLON 0.16 Y          12/10 75  MWE-QS-   11400D
042  15.5  MAN  26 FLOR         SOIL SEED 0.88 S             13 90  MYEDUA-    1920D
043  58.0  MAN 100 HPS          HYDR SEED 1.00 O             12 90  UIKDCS-   12300D
044  18.7  MAN  40 FLOR         SOIL SEED 0.87 O          12/11 98  MYEEQT-    3200D
045  28.0  MAN  30 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.20 NxV           12 49  TJTEGI-    3690E
046  27.9  MAN  88 HPS          SOIL SEED 0.71 I,S                  MYEEQD-   10824E
047  23.5  MAN  29 MH*          HYDR CLON 2.80 U             12 44  GGS--G-    2784E
048  33.9  MAN  54 HPS*         HYDR SEED 1.00 M,N,W,AxKxS   12 54  ELEDGX-    6642E
049  31.4  MAN  45 HPS          HYDR SEED      O             12 60  EIEEGA-    5535E
050  17.1c MAN  40 FLOR         HYDR CLON 0.12 I             12 104 EGTEGB-    3075S
050+ 29.4c ALL  40 FLOR         HYDR CLON 0.12 I             12 104 EGTEGB-    3075S
050+  1.9c LEF  40 FLOR         HYDR CLON 0.12 I             12 104 EGTEGB-    3075S
051  66.0  MAN  28 HPS+MH*      HYDR CLON 2.00 U             12 49  GGSVGS-    3066E
052  32.7  MAN  50 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.00 HxK,P,Q       12 50  MRSVGS-    7250D
053  41.8  MAN  60 HPS          HYDR MIX  6.00 A             12 54  EGSFGF-    7380E
054  32.0  MAN 113 HPS          HYDR CLON 6.00 Z             12 55  PRS--S-   12091D
055  48.6  MAN  56 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.90 O             12 70  TREDGI-    6888D
056  13.1  MAN  37 /FLOR\FLOR T FORT CLON 0.75 L             12 53  MWKFGT-    2820D
057   8.6  MAN  27 HPS*         HYDR SEED 1.28 O             12 70  TITCGQ-    3321D
058  14.4  MAN  53 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.20 K,N           12 67  IRSVGX-    6519E
059  26.0  MAN  53 MH+HPS       HYDR SEED 1.00 K,NxV,a       12 63  UGKEGS-    5804E
060  17.3d MAN 133 MH           HYDR CLON 0.75 OxW           12 51  ULLUHQ-   12768E
061  37.4  MAN  31 HPS          SOIL SEED 0.80 V             12 65  TYEIUU-    3813E
062  51.3  MAN  55 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.00 N             12 70  FGKDGS-    6765E
063  24.0  MAN  54 HPS Agro     HYDR SEED 0.63 NxV           12 47  EHECGH-    6642E
064  18.0  MAN  53 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.40 K             12 68  IRSVGX-    6519E
065  46.1  MAN  54 HPS*         HYDR CLON 1.00 AxKxS         12 60  ELEDGS-    6642E
066  49.2  MAN  54 HPS*         HYDR CLON 1.00 AxKxS         12 63  ELEDGS-    6642E
067  18.9  MAN  31 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.94 AxKxS         12 45  ELEDGG-    3813E
068  12.3  MAN  39 MH           SOIL CLON 0.80 K             12 42  MYEERA-    3744E
069   8.1  MAN  39 MH           SOIL CLON 0.47 K             12 35  MYEVRX-    3744E
070  60.0  MAN  54 HPS Agro     HYDR CLON 0.75 O             12 69  MMBDGS-    6534D
071  59.5d MAN  63 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.81 OxW           12 63  ULBUHQ-    8505D
072  56.3d MAN  63 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.75 OxW           12 64  ULBUHQ-    8505D
073  14.3c RAW  53 HPS          SOIL SEED 0.38 O             12 105 MYHFQT-    6519E
074  16.9  MAN  59 MH+HPS*      HYDR CLON 1.33 O             12 70  GITFGF-    6461E
075  11.9  MAN  35 MH           SOIL SEED 0.59 d             12 51  MVECCA-    3360E
076  31.2  MAN  50 HPS*         SOIL CLON 0.25 O             12 60  MYTEQT-    6150D
077  45.9d MAN  63 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.93 OxW           12 51  ULBCHS-    8505D
078  34.5  MAN  54 HPS Agro     HYDR CLON 0.81 NxV           12 52  EHHEGT-    6642E
079  38.0  MAN  72 HPS Agro     HYDR SEED 0.33 S             11 77  EHHDGF-    8856E
080  17.7  MAN  37 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.33 S             12 86  TSTEGB-    4144D
081  24.5  MAN  80 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.20 O             12 75  TSTUGWH    9840E
082  30.3  MAN 133 HPS+MH       SOIL SEED 0.66 s                    MYL-QH-   14600D
083  25.0  MAN 125 HPS!*        SOIL CLON 1.00 L             12 64  MYKVQWT   16201d
084  14.7c MAN  40 FLOR         HYDR CLON 0.12 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGVX    3075S
084+ 24.1c ALL  40 FLOR         HYDR CLON 0.12 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGVX    3075S
084+  6.5c LEF  40 FLOR         HYDR CLON 0.12 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGVX    3075S
085  35.5c MAN  50 HPS!*        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 66  EGTEGS-    5917s
085+ 61.0c ALL  50 HPS!*        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 66  EGTEGS-    5917s
085+ 19.0c LEF  50 HPS!*        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 66  EGTEGS-    5917s
086  24.6c MAN  53 HPS!         FORT SEED 0.38 V,N           12 68  MBHDQVL    6519E
086a 29.4c MAN  53 HPS!         FORT SEED 0.30 V,Sensi Seeds 12 66  MBHDQVL    6519E
086b 26.6c MAN  53 HPS!         FORT SEED 0.43 N,Freddy      12 68  MBHDQVL    6519E
086b 15.9c MAN  53 HPS!         FORT SEED 0.43 N,Freddy      12 63  MBHDQVL    6519E
087  37.6d MAN  89 HPS          HYDR CLON 3.36 OxW           12 54  UHBCHUI   12015D
088  53.7  MAN  50 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.50 b             12 67  EDSDG--    7250D
089  33.0  MAN  83 MH+HPS       FORT CLON 3.50 O             12 42  MBSDTFT   10417D
090  15.1  MAN  44 MH!          HYDR CLON 0.25 O             12 49  ULTDKFV    3652D
091  47.0  MAN 132 HPS          HYDR SEED 1.00 B,J,i,nxN,k   12 66  EHSVJW-   16500D
092  27.7d MAN  56 HPS!         HYDR SEED 5.33 O             12 110 WJHDDOX    6888E
093  47.5  MAN 250 HPS!*        HYDR CLON 2.50 L             12 43  EGKVGTX   32180d
094  41.5  MAN  50 HPS          FORT CLON 0.33 L,W           12 55  MNHSGWQ    7500S
094A 35.6  MAN  50 HPS          FORT CLON 0.33 L             12 44  MNHSGWQ    7500S
094B 47.3  MAN  50 HPS          FORT CLON 0.33 W             12 55  MNHSGWQ    7500S
095  22.9  MAN  83 MH+HPS       HYDR SEED 0.75 N#5xH,W,I,m   12 65  EG-----    9089E
095+ 24.0  MAN  83 MH+HPS       HYDR SEED 0.75 I             12 43  EG-----    9089E
095A 19.0  MAN  83 MH+HPS       HYDR SEED 0.75 N#5xH         12 65  EG-----    9089E
095B 22.0  MAN  83 MH+HPS       HYDR SEED 0.75 W             12 57  EG-----    9089E
095C 26.5  MAN  83 MH+HPS       HYDR SEED 0.75 m             12 58  EG-----    9089E
096  37.4  MAN  83 HPS!         HYDR CLON 0.34 P             12 56  TIKVGS-   10209E
097  22.3c MAN  53 HPS!         FORT MIX  0.63 U,V,O         12 64  MBHDQOV    6519E
097a 21.6c MAN  53 HPS!         FORT CLON 0.36 V,Sensi Seeds 12 60  MBHDQOV    6519E
097b 23.7c MAN  53 HPS!         FORT SEED 0.67 U,Dutch Passio12 58  MBHDQOV    6519E
097b 24.7c MAN  53 HPS!         FORT SEED 0.67 U,Dutch Passio12 58  MBHDQOV    6519E
097b 13.1c MAN  53 HPS!         FORT CLON 1.33 U,Dutch Passio12 52  MBHDQOV    6519E
097c 24.2c MAN  53 HPS!         FORT CLON 0.67 O             12 64  MBHDQOV    6519E
098  27.8  MAN  42 HPS          FORT CLON 1.70 N             12 54  TBKDGI-    5166E
099  37.0d MAN  53 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.53 P             12 73  IRMEKK-    6519E
100  43.8  MAN  46 HPS!         FORT CLON 1.37 w             12 59  WNHVG--    5658E
101  21.3d MAN  43 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.20 N             12 60  THKDGY-    5289E
102  33.3c MAN  59 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.00 t             12 51  OHTVGJX    7965D
102+ 33.4d MAN  59 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.00 t             12 51  OHTVGJX    7965D
103  60.9d MAN  88 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.65 WxO           12 45  VLLDGIT   10824E
104  46.2d MAN  83 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.50 j,Sensi Seeds 12 70  TIKVGS-   10209E
105  23.5d MAN  57 HPS Agro!    SOIL SEED 1.20 O             12 105 MWMEUWT    7011E
106  41.4c MAN  88 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.38 WxO           12 45  ULLDGIT   10824E
106+ 42.8d MAN  88 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.38 WxO           12 45  ULLDGIT   10824E
107  25.8c MAN  63 HPS!         FORT CLON 0.45 U,N           12 67  MBTDQXL    7749E
107a 26.7c MAN  63 HPS!         FORT CLON 0.60 U,Dutch Passio12 56  MBTDQXL    7749E
107a 20.7c MAN  63 HPS!         FORT CLON 0.40 U,Dutch Passio12 57  MBTDQXL    7749E
107b 30.3c MAN  63 HPS!         FORT CLON 0.40 N,Freddy      12 67  MBTDQXL    7749E
108  31.0d MAN  80 HPS!         HYDR SEED 1.00 N#5,A#1,K     12 63  ERTVGSS    9840E
108A 42.0d MAN  80 HPS!         HYDR SEED 1.00 N#5,Freddy    12 63  ERTVGSS    9840E
108B 34.0d MAN  80 HPS!         HYDR SEED 1.00 A#1,Freddy    12 41  ERTVGSS    9840E
108C 37.0d MAN  80 HPS!         HYDR SEED 1.00 K,Freddy      12 58  ERTVGSS    9840E
109  30.1c MAN  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGEY    5845s
109+ 57.6c ALL  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGEY    5845s
109+ 15.4c LEF  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGEY    5845s
109+ 38.8c RAW  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGEY    5845s
110  15.0d MAN  44 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.89 W,U,f         12 60  URTDGVB    5412D
111  28.1c MAN  63 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.25 NxV           12 62  UTTFGVS    7749E
112  26.0c MAN  38 MH+HPS       HYDR CLON      t             12 52  GILFGJ-    4161E
113  33.4d MAN  47 HPS+MH!*     HYDR CLON 0.26 K#1xN#5       12 63  MDTVGSV    5147E
114  17.5c MAN  45 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.50 W,U,f         12 56  URTDOUC    5555S
115  25.2c MAN  60 HPS          FORT SEED 0.25 N#5           12 61  MBTEGQW    7380E
116  34.3c MAN  43 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.20 N             12 55  TIKDGAC    5289E
116+ 29.4d MAN  43 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.20 N             12 55  TIKDGAC    5289E
117  13.5d MAN  50 HPS+MH       HYDR SEED 0.38 c,Serious Seed12 59  TSHDGT-    5475D
118  36.3c MAN  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 78  EGTEGS-    5952s
118+ 69.3c ALL  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 78  EGTEGS-    5952s
118+ 16.5c LEF  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 78  EGTEGS-    5952s
118+ 45.0c RAW  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 78  EGTEGS-    5952s
119   2.6d MAN  40 /FLOR        HYDR SEED 0.38 O             12 56  PRKDIFA    3200E
120  35.2d MAN  53 HPS!         HYDR SEED 1.50 h,Greenhouse  12 80  ERTVGSS    6519E
121  39.5d MAN  47 HPS+MH!*     HYDR CLON 0.29 w             12 60  MDTVG--    5147E
122  41.5c MAN  43 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.92 V,N#5,VxN,Sens12 60  TIMDGAI    5289E
123  17.7c MAN  31 HPS          FORT CLON 0.75 N#5           12 60  MBTOGCL    3813E
124  41.2c MAN  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 64  EGTEGSX    5945s
124+ 67.3c ALL  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 64  EGTEGSX    5945s
124+ 16.6c LEF  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 64  EGTEGSX    5945s
124+ 50.5c RAW  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 64  EGTEGSX    5945s
125  36.5c MAN  43 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.20 NxV           12 57  TIEEGA-    5289E
126  50.0d MAN 235 HPS Agro     SOIL CLON 0.60 O             12 41  MVKSRT-   28905D
127  54.0d MAN  61 HPS/FLOR     SOIL SEED 0.50 Kxe           12 90  TYEDVC-    6672D
128  16.0d MAN  64 FLOR         SOIL SEED 1.30 KxA,Sensi Seed12 80  MYTEXAW    5120D
128a 13.6d MAN  64 FLOR         SOIL SEED 1.30 KxA,Sensi Seed12 49  MYTEXAW    5120D
128a 18.4d MAN  64 FLOR         SOIL SEED 1.30 KxA,Sensi Seed12 80  MYTEXAW    5120D
129  10.2d MAN  40 HPS+MH       SOIL SEED 0.75 IxO           12 60  MAMDQVA    4380E
130  36.6c MAN  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 69  EGTEGTL    5817s
130+ 43.9c RAW  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 69  EGTEGTL    5817s
130+ 11.0c LEF  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 69  EGTEGTL    5817s
130+ 54.4c ALL  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 69  EGTEGTL    5817s
131  21.6d MAN  33 HPS Agro*    HYDR CLON 1.61 N             12 49  GISCKAM    4059E
132  60.4d MAN 102 HPS+MH       HYDR SEED 1.00 j,Sensi Seeds 12 79  ERTVGSS   11169E
133  36.9c MAN  42 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.20 NxV           12 57  TIEEGX-    5166E
134  16.4d MAN  30 HPS          HYDR SEED 1.00 O             12 62  PGTEGAW    3210D
135  28.0c MAN  66 HPS/FLOR     FORT CLON 2.00 N#5           12 60  MBTOGV-    7409E
136  44.5c MAN  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGS-    6098d
136+ 37.9d MAN  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGS-    6098d
136+ 49.2d RAW  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGS-    6098d
137   7.6c MAN  57 HPS          SOIL SEED 0.19 I,S           12 64  MWTDQTV    8265D
137a  7.2c MAN  57 HPS          SOIL SEED 0.29 S             12 64  MWTDQFM    8265D
137b 23.4c MAN  57 HPS          SOIL SEED 0.42 I             12 64  MWTDQTS    8265D
138  44.0c MAN  49 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.78 O             12 65  PGTEGS-    5488D
139  44.6d MAN  74 HPS          SOIL SEED 1.19 m,Dutch Passio12 70  MYHEUS-    8288D
140  36.0c MAN  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGS-    5963s
140+ 45.8c RAW  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGS-    5963s
140+ 60.8c ALL  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGS-    5963s
140+ 14.6c LEF  50 HPS*!        HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGS-    5963s
141  61.0d MAN  54 HPS Agro     HYDR CLON 0.75 O,S           12 80  MMMEGS-    6534D
142  59.0d MAN  54 HPS Agro     HYDR SEED 0.75 O,S           12 84  MMMEGS-    6534D
143  43.0d MAN  54 HPS Agro     HYDR SEED 0.75 O,S           12 88  MMMEGLM    6534D
144  74.0d MAN  86 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.44 KxA,Sensi Seed12 49  IRTDKMH    9632D
145  39.0c MAN  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGS-    6160d
145+ 17.4c LEF  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGS-    6160d
145+ 56.4c RAW  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGS-    6160d
145+ 56.4c ALL  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGS-    6160d
145+ 34.0d MAN  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGS-    6160d
145+ 18.9d LEF  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGS-    6160d
145+ 52.9d RAW  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGS-    6160d
145+ 52.9d ALL  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGS-    6160d
146  46.9c MAN  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 78  EGTEGS-    6375S
146+ 58.4c RAW  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 78  EGTEGS-    6375S
146+ 17.2c LEF  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 78  EGTEGS-    6375S
146+ 76.9c ALL  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 78  EGTEGS-    6375S
147  36.3c MAN  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.13 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGT-    6036d
147+  8.5c LEF  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.13 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGT-    6036d
147+ 44.8c RAW  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.13 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGT-    6036d
147+ 44.8c ALL  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.13 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGT-    6036d
147+ 34.0d MAN  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.13 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGT-    6036d
147+  9.1d LEF  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.13 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGT-    6036d
147+ 43.1d RAW  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.13 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGT-    6036d
147+ 43.1d ALL  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.13 N#5,p         12 65  EHBDGT-    6036d
148  54.9d MAN  86 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.69 K#1,KxA       12 57  IRTDKJV    9632D
148a 52.1d MAN  86 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.53 K#1,Dutch Pass12 57  IRTDKJV    9632D
148b 60.0d MAN  86 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.00 KxA,Sensi     12 57  IRTDKJV    9632D
148+ 65.8c ALL  86 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.69 K#1,KxA       12 57  IRTDKJV    9632D
148a 59.6c ALL  86 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.53 K#1,Dutch Pass12 57  IRTDKJV    9632D
148b 77.5c ALL  86 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.00 KxA,Sensi     12 57  IRTDKJV    9632D
148b 77.5c RAW  86 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.00 KxA,Sensi     12 57  IRTDKJV    9632D
149  36.7c MAN  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.88 N#5,p         12 60  EHBDGI-    6219d
149+ 15.5c LEF  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.88 N#5,p         12 60  EHBDGI-    6219d
149+ 52.2c RAW  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.88 N#5,p         12 60  EHBDGI-    6219d
149+ 52.2c ALL  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 1.88 N#5,p         12 60  EHBDGI-    6219d
150  37.0c MAN 100 HPS          HYDR MIX  0.25 O             12 60  PGTDGIT   12300D
151  54.0c MAN  80 HPS          HYDR SEED 1.00 O,Bros Grimm  12 67  PGTDGVI    8810D
152  27.0c MAN  73 HPS!         FORT MIX  1.09 O,N           12 60  MBTDGVU    8979E
153  48.1c MAN  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGS-    6375S
153+ 73.0c ALL  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGS-    6375S
153+ 61.6c RAW  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGS-    6375S
153+ 18.2c LEF  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 70  EGTEGS-    6375S
154  67.5d MAN 188 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.50 O             12 65  EIKUG--   25380D
155  63.0d MAN 113 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.52 g,Breeeder Ste12 60  ISUEHS-   12543D
156  48.6d MAN  87 HPS          HYDR SEED 1.39 N,K#1         12 60  IRTDKM-    9744D
156+ 64.1c RAW  87 HPS          HYDR SEED 1.39 N,K#1         12 60  IRTDKM-    9744D
156+ 64.1c ALL  87 HPS          HYDR SEED 1.39 N,K#1         12 60  IRTDKM-    9744D
156+ 15.5c LEF  87 HPS          HYDR SEED 1.39 N,K#1         12 60  IRTDKM-    9744D
156A 47.1d MAN  87 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.84 K#1,Dutch Pass12 60  IRTDKM-    9744D
156B 59.0d MAN  87 HPS          HYDR SEED 4.00 N             12 60  IRTDKM-    9744D
157  38.4c MAN  64 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.60 N             12 52  IRLDGHE    7872E
158  44.0c MAN  80 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.20 O             12 63  PGTDGTI    8810D
159  43.0c MAN 100 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.00 O             12 70  PGTDGTI   12300D
160  43.3c MAN  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 0.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHTDGVX    6534D
160+ 32.6d MAN  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 0.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHTDGVX    6534D
160+ 37.4c LEF  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 0.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHTDGVX    6534D
160+ 80.6c RAW  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 0.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHTDGVX    6534D
160+ 97.3c ALL  54 HPS!         HYDR CLON 0.50 N#5,p         12 65  EHTDGVX    6534D
161  21.0d MAN  50 HPS          HYDR SEED 1.00 K             12 60  MMBDCJV    5600D
162  46.1c MAN  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 94  EGTEGS-    6375S
162+ 56.9c RAW  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 94  EGTEGS-    6375S
162+ 16.5c LEF  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 94  EGTEGS-    6375S
162+ 76.9c ALL  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 94  EGTEGS-    6375S
163  17.7d MAN  63 HPS!         FORT SEED 0.38 P,q,Nirvana   12 62  MBMEGTS    8254S
163A 13.3d MAN  63 HPS!         FORT SEED 0.38 P,Nirvana     12 53  MBMEGTS    8254S
163b 18.5d MAN  63 HPS!         FORT SEED 0.38 q,Nirvana     12 62  MBMEGTS    8254S
164  45.5c MAN  50 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.50 N#5,p         12 67  EHTDGVX    6875S
164+ 28.6c LEF  50 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.50 N#5,p         12 67  EHTDGVX    6875S
164+ 74.0c RAW  50 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.50 N#5,p         12 67  EHTDGVX    6875S
164+ 83.5c ALL  50 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.50 N#5,p         12 67  EHTDGVX    6875S
164+ 37.8d MAN  50 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.50 N#5,p         12 67  EHTDGVX    6875S
164+ 20.9d LEF  50 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.50 N#5,p         12 67  EHTDGVX    6875S
164+ 58.8d RAW  50 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.50 N#5,p         12 67  EHTDGVX    6875S
164+ 65.8d ALL  50 HPS          HYDR CLON 0.50 N#5,p         12 67  EHTDGVX    6875S
165  29.8d MAN  63 HPS          HYDR CLON 1.25 O             12 66  EGTDMZ-    9250S
166  28.1c MAN  47 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.55 r,Bros Grimm  12 57  EMBEGCV    4200S
166+ 24.9d MAN  47 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.55 r,Bros Grimm  12 57  EMBEGCV    4200S
166a 30.0c MAN  47 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.66 r,Bros Grimm  12 50  EMBEGCV    4200S
166a 27.5d MAN  47 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.66 r,Bros Grimm  12 50  EMBEGCV    4200S
166B 40.9c MAN  47 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.66 r,Bros Grimm  12 53  EMBEGCV    4200S
166B 33.3d MAN  47 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.66 r,Bros Grimm  12 53  EMBEGCV    4200S
166C 28.5c MAN  47 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.66 r,Bros Grimm  12 57  EMBEGCV    4200S
166C 27.8d MAN  47 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.66 r,Bros Grimm  12 57  EMBEGCV    4200S
167  44.0c MAN  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 110 EGTEGSL    6375S
167+ 53.8c RAW  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 110 EGTEGSL    6375S
167+ 14.9c LEF  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 110 EGTEGSL    6375S
167+ 70.1c ALL  50 HPS*         HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 110 EGTEGSL    6375S
168  34.9d MAN  50 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.00 N#5,p         12 68  EHSDGIT    6875S
169  50.2c MAN  67 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.67 N#5,p         12 63  EHSDG--    9163S
169+ 22.5c LEF  67 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.67 N#5,p         12 63  EHSDG--    9163S
169+ 72.7c RAW  67 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.67 N#5,p         12 63  EHSDG--    9163S
169+ 72.7c ALL  67 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.67 N#5,p         12 63  EHSDG--    9163S
169+ 45.3d MAN  67 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.67 N#5,p         12 63  EHSDG--    9163S
169+ 24.7d LEF  67 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.67 N#5,p         12 63  EHSDG--    9163S
169+ 70.0d RAW  67 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.67 N#5,p         12 63  EHSDG--    9163S
169+ 70.0d ALL  67 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.67 N#5,p         12 63  EHSDG--    9163S
170  33.4c MAN  50 HPS Agro*    HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 74  EGTEGXY    6821S
170+ 43.3c RAW  50 HPS Agro*    HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 74  EGTEGXY    6821S
170+ 14.4c LEF  50 HPS Agro*    HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 74  EGTEGXY    6821S
170+ 63.2c ALL  50 HPS Agro*    HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 74  EGTEGXY    6821S
171  41.8c MAN  57 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.57 N#5,p         12 64  EHSDG--    7857S
171+ 31.1c LEF  57 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.57 N#5,p         12 64  EHSDG--    7857S
171+ 72.9c RAW  57 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.57 N#5,p         12 64  EHSDG--    7857S
171+ 72.9c ALL  57 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.57 N#5,p         12 64  EHSDG--    7857S
171+ 37.1d MAN  57 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.57 N#5,p         12 64  EHSDG--    7857S
171+ 28.1d LEF  57 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.57 N#5,p         12 64  EHSDG--    7857S
171+ 65.3d RAW  57 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.57 N#5,p         12 64  EHSDG--    7857S
171+ 65.3d ALL  57 HPS          HYDR CLON 2.57 N#5,p         12 64  EHSDG--    7857S
172  52.1d MAN 133 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.33 K#1,Dutch Pass12 73  IRTEKWT   17200S
173  38.1c MAN  50 HPS Agro*    HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 78  EGTEGY-    6875S
173+ 49.5c RAW  50 HPS Agro*    HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 78  EGTEGY-    6875S
173+ 21.0c LEF  50 HPS Agro*    HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 78  EGTEGY-    6875S
173+ 76.8c ALL  50 HPS Agro*    HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 78  EGTEGY-    6875S
174  35.6d MAN  57 HPS Agro     HYDR CLON 0.27 u             12 50  PITDGYV    6937D
175  51.3c MAN  50 HPS Agro*    HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 112 EGTEGS-    6875S
175+ 63.2c RAW  50 HPS Agro*    HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 112 EGTEGS-    6875S
175+ 17.8c LEF  50 HPS Agro*    HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 112 EGTEGS-    6875S
175+ 83.3c ALL  50 HPS Agro*    HYDR CLON 0.38 K#1,Dutch Pass12 112 EGTEGS-    6875S



Variety Key: (This key is CASE SENSITIVE)
A-Afghan
B-Big Bud
C-California Orange
D-911
E-Early Pearl
F-Filial, breeding info entered as Fn (n=Generation number)
G-Grapefruit Skunk
H-Haze
I-Indica
J-Chemo
K-Skunk
L-G13
M-Misty
N-Northern Lights
O-Origin unknown
P-Kush
Q-Kif
R-Ruderalis
S-Sativa
T-Texada Timewarp
U-Blueberry
V-Shiva Shanti
W-White Widow
X-
Y-Bubbleberry
Z-Seattle Blue
a-Orange Bud
b-Sweetooth
c-Chronic
d-Durban Poison
e-Thai
f-Flo
g-Plum Bud
h-Super Silver Haze
i-Inca Spirit
j-Jack Herer
k-Kong
l-
m-Master Kush
n-Alien
o-
p-Mazur
q-Bubblegum
r-C99
s-Shishkeberry
t-Top44
u-Emphasima
v-
w-White Kush
x-Indicates a cross between varieties
y-
z-


cypher garden keys
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cypher
garden    (for more instructions see the end of this page)
1234567
?------ #1 IRRIGATION METHOD
-?----- #2 PRIMARY MEDIUM OR SOIL MIX
--?---- #3 PRIMARY METHOD OF GROWTH CONTROL
---?--- #4 CO2 ENRICHMENT AND/OR ACTIVE VENTING (venting only if no CO2)
----?-- #5 PRIMARY NUTRIENT FORMULA (FERTILIZER)
-----?- #6 PRIMARY LIMITING FACTOR ON YIELD (BEST GUESS)
------? #7 SECONDARY LIMITING FACTOR ON YIELD (BEST GUESS)


Cypher#1 IRRIGATION METHOD
A=Aeroponic
B=
C=
D=
E=Ebb/Flow, subirrigation
F=Ebb/Flow, top feed
G=Ebb/Flow, constant feed
H=
I=NFT
J=
K=
L=
M=Manual, top feed hand
N=Manual, other
O=Passive, aerated whirlpool (water pump or power head)
P=Passive, aerated (air pump) (also known as a bubbler)
Q=Passive, wicks
R=
S=
T=Top Feed, drip
U=Top Feed, flow
V=Top Feed, flow (constant)
W=Active, non-recycling
X=Active, non-draining
Y=
Z=
-=N/A


Cypher#2 PRIMARY MEDIUM or SOIL MIX
A=Soilless mix
B=Soilless mix (FORTified)
C=Crushed Aggregate
D=Coconut fiber
E=Polymer
F=Foam
G=Geolite
H=Hydrocorn
I=Expanded Clay Pellets
J=Vermiculite/Perlite
K=
L=Lava Rock
M=Multiple Media
N=Sphagnum
O=Other, not listed
P=Pea Gravel, small
Q=Pea Gravel, large
R=Rockwool, 4 inch cube(s) only
S=Rockwool, slab
T=Rockwool, flock absorbent only
U=Rockwool, flock absorbent and repellent
V=Soil, only
W=Soil, Drainage Mix (eg- verm,perlite added)
X=Soil, Fertility Mix (eg-compost,manures added)
Y=Soil, Fertility & Drainage Mix
Z=No Medium Was Used
-=N/A


Cypher#3 PRIMARY METHOD OF GROWTH CONTROL
A=
B=Shoot Pruning
C=
D=
E=Bending/Crimping
F=
G=
H=Tying
I=
J=
K=Natural, no controls
L=Natural,topped only @<1ft
M=Natural,topped only 1-2ft
N=Natural,topped only 2-3ft
O=Natural,topped only 3ft+
P=Pyraponics
Q=
R=
S=Sea of Green (SOG)
T=Trellis    (ScrOG, conventional horizontal Screen Of Green)
U=Trellis  * (h/bog, H-shaped box ScrOG designed to surround the sides of a horizontal lamp)
V=
W=
X=
Y=
Z=
-=N/A

 * NOTE: Trellis "/bog" entries are variations of ScrOG specially adapted
         for small cabinet, or box, installations usually employing a very
         high light intensity.  They are terms to describe a lamp suspended
         completely within an enclosed "box of green" (bog), with only
         enough gaps to clear the lamp attachments.  The h or v prefix
         differentiates a lamp fixed vertically or horizontally.


Cypher#4 CO2 ENRICHMENT AND/OR ACTIVE VENTING (venting only if no CO2)
A=
B=
C=CO2 NOT used, no active venting
D=CO2 NOT used, constant venting
E=CO2 NOT used, automatic or timed venting
F=CO2 MOT used, manual venting
G=
H=
I=CO2 Generator, flame
J=CO2 Generator, flame, auto vent
K=
L=
M=
N=CO2 Generator, chemical
O=CO2 Generator, chemical, auto vent
P=
Q=
R=
S=CO2 Tank, manual release
T=CO2 Tank, manual release, auto vent
U=CO2 Tank, flow ctrl, sol release
V=CO2 Tank, Flow ctrl, sol release, auto vent
W=
X=CO2, Dry Ice
Y=
Z=
-=N/A


Cypher#5 PRIMARY NUTRIENT FORMULA (FERTILIZER)
A=
B=
C=Hydroponic formulation, Dyna-Gro Liquid
D=Hydroponic formulation, Other
E=Hydroponic formulation, Eco Brand, Dry
F=Hydroponic formulation, Eco Brand, Liquid
G=Hydroponic formulation, General Hydroponics Flora Series Liquid
H=Hydroponic formulation, General Hydroponics Brand, Other
I=Hydroponic formulation, Other, Dry
J=Hydroponic formulation, Other, Dry 2 part
K=Hydroponic formulation, Other, Liquid 2 part 
L=Hydroponic formulation, Other, Liquid 3 part
M=Hydroponic formulation, Other, Liquid 4 part
N=Hydroponic formulation, Other, Home Made
O=Hydroponic formulation, Mix of more than one brand
P=NO FERTILIZER USED
Q=Soil formulation, Peters Brand
R=Soil formulation, Miracle Grow Brand
S=Soil formulation, Rapid Gro Brand
T=Soil formulation, Other, Dry
U=Soil formulation, Other, Liquid
V=Soil formulation, Other, Home Made
W=Soil formulation, Organic, Dry
X=Soil formulation, Organic, Liquid
Y=
Z=Pyraponic
-=N/A


What improvements would you make?
Cypher#6&#7 PRIMARY and SECONDARY LIMITING FACTORS ON YIELD
A=Light Intensity
B=Nutrient Mix
C=Irrigation Schedule
D=Growing Medium 
E=Water Source
F=Variety
G=Flowering Time
H=Venting
I=Insects/Vermin
J=Unexpected Equipment or Plant Failures
K=Fungus/Mold
L=Gardener Laziness
M=Temperature/Humidity
N=Electrical or Power Company Problems
O=Unattended Garden During Long Holiday
P=Paranoia
Q=pH Control
R=Other People
S=No Limiting Factors (I'm satisfied with the yield)
T=Harvested or Flowered Too Soon or Canopy Not Full
U=Container Size
V=Growth Control/Pruning
W=This was my First Crop.
X=Experiment(s) Conducted
Y=I don't know the limiting factor & NOT satisfied with the yield
Z=Reservoir Capacity and related problems
-=N/A

Want to plan a garden for a predetermined yield?
Want an idea of how efficient different garden configurations are?
Can my garden produce more than I'm getting now with my setup?
Wonder what the yield might be when you upgrade your garden?
Wonder about the differences between soil and hydro?
How does lighting effect yield?
What will my garden yield if....?

This is not a competition, but rather an attempt to document what is really going on out there. Answers to the above questions (and possibly others) may become "very" obvious as this data grows. I believe this list holds info for the MAJOR factors influencing yield, except for the eternally variable seed, and TLC.

All info is based on yield per square foot of garden canopy, which is a unit of measurement almost anyone can relate to. This way no one needs to disclose the size of their entire garden, and can compare theirs to any on the list, regardless of its actual size. It's also a convenient base to use for planning a garden space.

Those wishing to contribute to the data should do so with accurate KNOWN figures. Guesses just water down its usefulness. To contribute "post a reply to adpc" with your info (see below), just modify the subject line by adding *NEW* to the end of it, or use one of the on-line forms available at the web site. Using an anonymous email account to post to adpc is always a good idea. I hope to be able to add to the ongoing list until there are enough different garden configurations listed to give a good sampling. Needless to say the more entries there are, the better and more reliable the data becomes.

One final point. Whether or not you care to contribute to this endeavor don't overlook it's value. Keeping data of this nature for one's own crops will allow you to look back and gauge your degree of success, as long as yield is your criteria. I doubt if any of you will grow your next crop without trying to improve something over this one. Maximizing yield is just one aspect of cultivating this thing we call cannabis. Having an edge in doing so can go a long way.

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LPW TABLE

For those wishing to convert watts to lumens.  Also see "avail lumens (optional)"
further below in the HOW TO MAKE A YOR CONTRIBUTION section.

Known wattages and related Lumens Per Watt (LPW) values* for various light types.
          Footnote   (4)                   (3)             (3)     (3)     (3)          (1) (2)
      Bulb Wattage               1500 1000 940 600 430 400 360 250 220 175 150 100  70 >=40 <40
-------------------------------- ---- ---- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---  -- ---- ---
  Lumens Per Watt:               ------- Standard High Intensity Discharge Bulbs ----- -Fluoros-
                     Avg HighLow
HPS & Agro           123 150  65       135     145 121 123     112         107  92  87
Metal Halide          96 125  68  103  120              96      84      83      81  71
Fluoro (CW & WW)      80 100  20                                                         80  59
Fluoro (Gro, Agro,    40  59  14                                                         45  35
Aquarium, Terrarium)
                                 -- Conversion High Intensity Discharge Bulbs --
HPS for MH ballast   125 138  97           138             125     111     100
MH for HPS ballast    96 119  68       118              96      79

* -Values are averages of Initial LPW samplings for each bulb description.  Mean LPW for sampled
   bulbs are appx 10-15% lower than Initial LPW for HPS and Fluoros, and appx 25-35% lower for MH.
(1)-Greater than or equal to 40W (usually 4 feet or longer, can include some compact versions)
(2)-Less than 40W (usually less than 4 ft long or screw-in, stick, or circular compact versions)
(3)-940,360,220, and 150W conversion bulbs for use with 1000,400,250,175 MH ballasts respectively.
(4)-Figures under the Avg column are for the most common middle-of-the-road lights (400w HIDs
    and 40w FLOR tubes).


Guide for producing 5000 Average Available Lumens per Square Foot from Standard HID lamps:
      Bulb Wattage               1500 1000     600 430 400     250     175 150 100  70
                                      ------------- Standard HPS & Agro ----------------
Square ft coverage                      27      17  10  10       6         3.2 1.8 1.2
Watts/square ft                         37      34  41  41      45          47  54  57
                                 ---------------- Standard Metal Halide ----------------
Square ft coverage                 31   24               8       4     2.9     1.6 1.0
Watts/square ft                    49   42              52      60      60      62  70

For more specifics on common bulbs and light see the Lights-o-rama post in adpc.


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************* HOW TO MAKE A YOR CONTRIBUTION ***************
**************************************************************
Three things you ABSOLUTELY NEED TO KNOW to make calculations:
1-Canopy space
2-Accurate weighed yield
3-Wattage of lights used for that harvest
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What to Include & How to Calculate:

** Canopy area in square feet **

This is the lit area occupied by the mature flowering plants after they've finished with the outward horizontal growth typical of the vegetative phase, and the fast stretchy growth during early flowering. It can also be called the lit space under which the plants matured and were harvested. See the canopyspace page for more detail on finding the area of your canopy space.

With gardens designed for side lighting, measure the area of the sides where the lighting is installed. With gardens using top and side lighting, measure both the top and side lit areas.
(for Phototrons use 8.00 square ft)

If you need help with the math, get it. NO GUESSES PLEASE.
(To convert sq meter to sq feet multiply sq meter by 10.76)

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About Seq(uence) numbers:

Every contribution is assigned a sequence number to what's called the root entry. The root entry is the first line in a contribution, or if there are no other data it's the only line. The root is the tell-all record for the entire crop, with any subsequent lines carrying the same Seq# but focusing on different data relating to the root. These lines are called component and supplemental entries as explained below.

Seq numbers followed by a letter indicate a component entry. (see Component Entries further below under the Variety section)

Supplemental Entries

Seq numbers followed by a + sign indicate supplemental info about an entry, where that info could occupy only one field in the original root entry.

For example, a contributor may want to offer more information about his harvest than only the weight of his manicured buds, which would use the "MAN" variable entry under the harvest (HVST) field. Because there is only one harvest field per record line, a second supplemental line would be created so that he could also make available the weight for his entire harvest, by using the ALL harvest field variable. More supplemental lines can also be created. For example, another line for the pre-manicured bud weight using the RAW harvest variable, and one for leaves and leaf trim by using the LEF variable, etc.. Given enough of this type of data, it can be used to analyze manicuring habits, how much total growth a garden is capable of producing versus its usable growth, which varieties tend to yield a higher percentage of usable harvest, or which varieties tend to be more leafy than others.

Another example would be for an entry where a grower weighs his harvest fresh, as he harvests/manicures it, and the dry weight in his entry was calculated as 25% of the fresh weight (a "c" follows the grams figure). The contributor may also wish to offer the actual dry weight after he's finished drying/curing his harvest. Because there's only one grams field per record line, a supplemental entry showing the actual dried weight would be created, but with a "d" following the grams figure.


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** GRAMS DRYWT (required field) **

Dry Weight in Grams (per square foot of canopy), and the method used to determine that weight.

Dry weight is considered to be 25% of the fresh weight. If all you have is fresh weight use 1/4 of that figure, or multiply by .25 to get dry weight. Once you have the dry weight total, divide it by the canopy square footage (as calculated above) to arrive at the dry weight per square foot of canopy.

If you weigh ounces, multiply that figure by 28.4 to get grams.

Although dry weight is easier to relate to for most people, fresh weight is a more accurate measure of yield because it doesn't vary with the degree of dryness or personal preferences of the grower. If your dry weight was "calculated from fresh weight", please add the suffix "c" after the GRAMS DRYWT figure. Likewise, add a "d" if it was weighed dry. This will earmark entries for those wishing to use "actual" fresh or dry weights for their analysis. In all cases the figure shown will still be the DRY weight, either real or calculated. The suffix simply shows which entries were calculated as opposed to actual. As of Feb 1999 this info is required.

For those wishing to extrapolate fresh weight from calculated dry weight, simply multiply the calculated dry weight by 4.

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** HVST (harvest) (required field) **
Qualify your reported weight as:

MAN
Manicured buds (only high quality top colas & buds after non-resinous leaves, petioles, and other low quality plant parts have been removed)

RAW
Raw buds (high quality top colas & buds including the leaves and plant parts removed from them during manicuring)

LEF
Leaves only (all leaves of a reasonable size, including those removed from colas & buds during manicuring)

ALL
The entire harvest of non-woody plant parts. Includes all the above plus any undergrowth, immature buds, and atrophied buds.

NOTE:The only weighed woody material is that considered to be an integral part of top colas and buds, that is the section of stem remaining at their center which provides them with body and form.

At the very least try to supply MANicured bud weight, this is what most of us really want to know. The other weight qualifiers can be included in your contribution via supplemental entries, and though they require some time and forethought the data supplies a wealth of information.

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** WATTS/LIGHTING (required field) **

Wattage (per square foot of canopy) & light type. Add the watts rating of all your bulbs used during flowering, then divide that figure by the square feet of canopy (as calculated above). That's your watts per square foot.

Include the type(s) of lights used
HPS = High Pressure Sodium
MH = Metal Halide
MV = Mercury Vapor
FLOR = Fluorescent

INDICATOR CHARACTERS for light types:
+ = Multiple top lighting types
/ = Side lighting prefix
\ = Phototron additional light prefix
* = Light mover suffix
! = Sequential lighting suffix
T = Phototron suffix

If a combination of different types are used for top lighting use a + (plus character) between each in the list. eg: HPS+MH

When side lighting is used to augment top lighting it will follow the other light types in the list separated by a / (slash character). eg: HPS+MH/FLOR

Sidelight "only" gardens will have the entire light type entry prefixed with a / (slash character). eg: /FLOR

If a light mover was employed add an asterisk after the light type(s). eg: HPS+MH*/FLOR

Sequential Lighting is used occasionally, and will be indicated by an exclamation character "!" following the light type. This means that lights other than those shown in the entry were used briefly to either initiate flowering, or as a transition buffer to prepare plants for the lights to be used for the majority of the flowering time. They could have been of a different type and wattage. In all cases, the light types and watts/sq ft listed in the entry were the primary lights used to bring the crop to harvest. (NOTE: If a light other than the primary flowering light was used during early flowering, and you know for how many days, it would be helpful if you could include that info. See the NOTE at the bottom of the Avail Lumens instructions below for some related info.)

Special Phototron Users Note: /FLOR is the default phototron lighting configuration and should be used for all Trons. When other lights are used to augment the Tron's default (whether thru the top or sides of the unit), that light type will follow the default and be prefixed with a \ backslash character. In all cases, Tron light type will end with a space then "T" to indicate the unit was a Tron.

eg:
/FLOR T indicates a standard Tron lighting configuration.

/FLOR\FLOR T indicates additional fluoros were used with a Tron.

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** MEDIUM (required field) **

SOIL
Soil based mediums or soil mixes. *ALL* nutrients are to be found in the medium. They are earthen in nature. The intended use is that plain water will keep the nutrients in a form usable by plants, and that "infrequent" feeding with soluble fertilizers "may" be necessary with indoor plants in lieu of adding more nutrient rich soil via repotting.

HYDR
Hydroponic mediums are inert. *NO* nutrients are found in the medium, *ALL* nutrients are supplied in solution.

FORT
Fortified mediums are those containing nutrients (or nutrient bearing amendments) but not supplied in adequate quantities to sustain plant growth for the life of the plant. The intended use is that "regular frequent" feeding with a soluble N-P-K fertilizer containing trace and secondary elements "is" necessary. Typically this medium type is not earthen in nature and eventually requires use of hydroponic techniques. Some soilless mixes fall into this category.

TRON
Phototron, use this as a medium entry "only" if you use Pyraponics medium and nutrients. If you use a Phototron but don't use Pyroponics methods then enter either SOIL, HYDR, or FORT whichever is more appropriate.

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** STOCK (required field) **
Plants for this crop were derived from:

SEED
Plants are from germinated seeds

CLON
Clones

MIX
Combination of clones and plants from seed

REVE
Plants revegetated from flowering plants

Seed vs clone stock is included to indicate that possibly males have been removed thus leaving a canopy that "could" have yielded more with the given hardware. With clones I feel it's safe to assume a full canopy.

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** avail lumens (optional) **
Available Lumens per Square Foot.

This is a new field as of May 2001, it is comprised of a lumen value and a qualifier suffix stating how the lumens were determined. What makes this optional data different from the rest is that it will appear in every entry whether or not the contributor supplied the lumen data.

While it is greatly appreciated when optional information is offered in a YOR contribution, for security reasons it's never been a requirement for someone to disclose information that could be used to determine the actual size of his indoor garden or the total electric power needed to operate it. For all intents and purposes each garden is just one square foot in size. Regardless, YOR contributors often offer much more detail than required for an entry. Where it relates to light, this detail is most often in the form of the actual wattage of the lamps being used. Even more detail can come in the form of the manufacturers lumens specifications for the lamps, or a light measurement taken by the grower with a meter. In the YOR's new Available Lumens field, the qualifier following the lumens figure will point to one of the above as being the source for the lumen information. If no information but the required watts/sq ft is offered, the lumen value will be estimated at the time the entry is placed in the YOR.

A review of all pre-existing YOR contributions was conducted to determine the lumen value for their entries, future contributions will be handled according to the level of optional detail supplied by the contributor. Either you can supply lumen/sq ft info yourself or it will be calculated at the time the entry is placed into the YOR, from whatever info you made available, and the appropriate qualifier character attached to it. The most accurate data is supplied by the grower, so if at all possible it would be best to at least look up the lumen output of YOUR bulb(s) at the manufacturers web site.

Below are the four qualifiers and a description of how each is used to determine lumens.
(M)easured
(S)pecificatons
(D)erived
(E)stimated

(M)easured
Measured with a light meter, usually in foot-candles (fc), 1fc=1lumen. Readings are taken at the flowering growth, from each square foot, then averaged over the total sq ft of canopy area by the contributor.

(S)pecifications
The manufacturers actual lumen output specifications for the particular bulb(s) is known by the contributor and averaged over the total canopy area.

(D)erived
This is used when the bulb(s) wattage(s) is offered by the contributor, but Specs or Measured lumens are not known. Lumens are derived from the LPW Table using the LPW value found under the known bulb wattage, or the bulb with the closest watt rating. The LPW figure is then applied to the contributors w/sq ft.

(E)stimated
This is used when only the watts/sq ft and light type(s) are known. Lumens are estimated using the Avg LPW figures found in the LPW Table then, depending on the nature of the lighting type(s), is applied to a standard formula which makes assumptions about the lighting.

NOTE: A lower case qualifier may appear in an entry that contains the Sequential lighting character (an exclamation ! point). This indicates a "weighted" lumen value. It was calculated using the number of flowering days for each light (when both are known), thus accounting for the lumen differences from each light over the total flowering period. The formula is: (light1 lumens x days use) + (light2 lumens x days use), total lumens are then divided by the total days.

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** plants per sq ft (optional) **
Plant spacing.

You can include as an option the number of plants/sq ft (divide the number of plants by the sq ft of canopy). The results will be posted as MEDIUM STOCK 0.00. eg-HYDR CLON 0.08 would indicate one plant with a 12 sq ft canopy, and HYDR,CLON 1.00 would indicate one plant/sq ft of canopy.

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** variety (optional) **
Click here to view the Variety Key

Because almost all contributors have included their variety, and many feel it important to list, I've created a key to reference same. The key lists only generic varieties, any subsequent crosses or sub-varieties are noted in the entry by using the "x" indicator to show a crossed breed was created (eg- AxB). Multiple varieties are separated by a comma (eg- A,B). Since we're looking at yield, when mention is made of multiple varieties in one harvest, there's no way to know how much of the yield is for which variety.

Component Entries
To make variety data more useful where multiple varieties are harvested from a single crop, I've included harvest component entries as of 9/98. These are entries which will have a letter following the (Seq)uence #, and each component entry will focus on just one variety taken from a regular entry which included multiple varieties. A regular entry must still be made for the entire harvest. In other words, the component entries will simply be a breakdown (by variety) of your original YOR contribution. In an attempt to further complicate things:-), a component entry will be further isolated by the case of the suffix letter following the seq#. An UPPER CASE suffix indicates data is the average of many plants where an individual breakdown of each plant is unknown, a lower case suffix indicates data for just one plant. A different suffix letter will be used for each variety.

Only plants grown from commercially available seeds will be listed as components. If a variety isn't available to those who read the YOR there's no point listing it. Where multiple clones (not seeds) were used only one component will be entered as the average taken from those clones.

Include the "breeder" of the seed when known and it will be listed with the variety for that component. If your crop is just one variety, you can include the breeder without a component. PLEASE NOTE: The breeder is NOT necessarily the same place the seeds were purchased. If you're not sure the breeder and the place of purchase are one in the same, please DON'T include the place of purchase for that component.

You must have accurate measurements for each variety in order to calculate the components accurately. Canopy space, yield, variety, flowering days, and plant spacing, etc will be needed independently for each component (or variety). At the time of making your original contribution mention that you have good info on each variety and I'll help you with the component if you wish.

Here's an example of a hypothetical YOR entry:
Let's say you have 280 grams, 180 from variety N, and 100 from variety V. Let's use a canopy sq/ft of 4.7 for the N, and 3.3 for the V, 8 total.

All grams and watts values are per square foot of garden canopy:
    GRAMS                      MEDIUM                               cypher
Seq DRYWT  HVST WATTS/LIGHTING      STOCK@sqft variety      hrs day garden
--- -----  ---- --------------- ---- ---- ---- -------      --- --- 1234567
000  35.0  MAN  53 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.38 V,N           12 67  -------
000+ 56.7  ALL  53 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.38 V,N           12 67  -------
000a 30.3  MAN  53 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.30 V,Sensi       12 60  -------
000B 38.3  MAN  53 HPS          HYDR SEED 0.43 N,Freddy      12 67  -------

Entry 000a is the component entry for the first variety, Shiva Shanti. The lower case "a" says it's a single plant. Entry 000B is the component for the second variety, Northern Lights. The upper case of the suffix indicates data is an avg taken from many plants. If data for each of those plants were available their suffixes would be a lower case "b", and those entries would be used in lieu of the avg. Please note that seeds for both components were purchased from Freddy's, but 000a were bred at Sensi Seeds where 000B were bred at Freddy's. The entry for Seq 000+ is not a component for a variety, but rather supplemental info about the regular entry (see "About Seq(uence) numbers" above).

Note that this is all "optional", and not required to make a contribution.

If you know your variety mention it in your comments below. If it doesn't exist in the key that's OK, I'll try to find a way to fit it in. If you don't know that's OK too, remember variety is optional.

A seed bank report is regularly posted to adpc. Your opinions would be helpful to the author and to others. So if possible include the seed bank name and any info relating to them, their seed's performance, their delivery time, etc., etc..

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** hrs/day (optional) **

Along with the variety info you may want to include the number of days it took the crop to mature from the first day you put the plants into flowering to the day you harvested. Also needed is the number of hours of light you gave your plants each day during this flowering period. This info is for induction-to-harvest days ONLY, do not include any days spent vegetating before you begun flowering. The results will be posted as (n/nn) where n=hours of light, and nn=number of days to mature.

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** cypher garden (optional) **

Pick a letter from each of the cyphers that best describes that part of your garden. Enter that letter under the numbered column for that cypher. If you can't find a description, or would rather not include that information, put a minus sign in its place. With the minus sign all six characters will be filled to avoid any confusion over blanks. If you can't find a description that applies to you please add a comment to your entry stating what it would be.

An entry for an ebb/flow system using Geolite, a trellis, no CO2, General Hydro nutrients, and no limiting factors would look like this:

                       cypher
                       garden
                       1234567
                       EGTEGSS

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Please post any comments or suggestions, no email please. Posting anonymously is always a good idea.

At your discretion you may post pics relating to your contribution. Please see the Newbie Resources post for instructions on how to do this. Then when you make the below contribution, add to it the subject line references needed to find your pics.

Your Info:
All grams, watts, and lumen values are per square foot of garden canopy:
    GRAMS                      MEDIUM                               cypher    avail
Seq DRYWT  HVST WATTS/LIGHTING      STOCK@sqft variety      hrs day garden    lumens
--- -----  ---- --------------- ---- ---- ---- -------      --- --- 1234567   ------


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