If the plant doesn't have a certain leaf area, it can't produce much bud. The leaf captures the sun's energy, to convert into plant mass. Larger plants can produce more bud, because they have more leaf area to capture light to make plant stuff out of. Growing a plant in 12/12 from the start, the plant never enters the veg cycle to produce enough leaf area necessary to support a pleasing amount of bud. Fundamental response to "have you ever thought of" questions: We've been growing weed, lots of guys, for 40 years personally, and other guys longer than me.
Methods that differ from the common methods, have undoubtedly been tried, and, if they worked, would have been adopted and become known and standard, if they worked better. If your goal is to do well, it's best to learn to rock the standard method before deciding to experiment too aggressively, IMO. To your actual question, any plant needs vegetative size to create large flowers, which is what you want with pot. If the plant doesn't have a certain leaf area, it can't produce much bud. The leaf captures the sun's energy, to convert into plant mass. Larger plants can produce more bud, because they have more leaf area to capture light to make plant stuff out of. Growing a plant in 12/12 from the start, the plant never enters the veg cycle to produce enough leaf area necessary to support a pleasing amount of bud. In my experience that depends on strain and phenotype. I have grown quite a few different plants from seed 12/12 and with good light and a vigorous sativa leaning hybrid I have matched the yield of 30-45 day vegged plants of the same strain.
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