Controversial Technique Increases Marijuana Yields... But At What Cost?
GrowWeedEasy.com publishes comprehensive research paper with pictures and documentation supporting a controversial tecnique that claims to dramatically increase marijuana yields.
June 13, 2012, San Francisco, Ca - Medical marijuana is fast becoming a valuable cash crop as the plant known as Cannabis Sativa becomes accepted across the United States for medical uses like the treatment of cancer, AIDs, depression, anxiety, and many other ailments with few other effective treatments available. Medical Marijuana was recently legalized in the 17th state, Connecticut, and there are many more states with legislation in the works.
In response, more people are growing medical marijuana at home and there has been a subsequent demand for growing information and guides. While there is lots of published literature on how to grow marijuana on a mass scale, for example in the case of huge grow operations, there remains a huge information gap for small-scale indoor marijuana growers.
Considering that many states limit the amount of plants that a medical marijuana patient can have at once, many growers are looking for cheap ways to increase their yields without the need for more plants.
In response to this need, many long-time growers are coming out of hiding to share their experiments and secrets to producing higher yields, in some cases without the need for additional costs or equipment.
Long-time grower “Keef Treez” recently published a paper through GrowWeedEasy.com on the controversial marijuana growth control technique known as “defoliation.” The paper, which showcases his 30 years of experience using this technique, claims to show growers how to obtain nearly a pound of processed buds from short, 3.5 feet tall plants that can easily fit in a closet, using standard 400-Watt HPS or LED grow lights.
Sirius Fourside, another experienced grower who co-founded GrowWeedEasy.com and has published several marijuana grow guides himself, stated about the paper, “If you want to produce these kinds of yields with lower-electricity lights and keep short, manageable plants, defoliation has to be at least a part of the equation.”
Many growers refuse to try this simple and free technique out for themselves. Keef Treez claims he has shown up to grow conventions with extensive picture and physical evidence showing dramatic increases in yields with his technique, and still been booed off the stage by other growers who didn’t want to hear what he had to say.
Nebula Haze said, “It’s sad that so many misguided growers are wasting hundreds or even thousands of dollars on equipment and electricity to try to increase their marijuana yields when there are cheap and free ways that are so much more effective. Defoliation has been extensively tested and documented as a way to increase yields not just for marijuana but many other types of crops like chickpeas. Once I heard about this free technique and used it to obtain significant 30-40% increases in marijuana yields for myself (about 3-5 extra ounces harvested per plant using just defoliation), I knew I needed to get this information out to other patients with an open mind. People need to start looking at the evidence instead of just following old, outdated dogma.”
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