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sea of green plant height

Discussion in 'Newbie Central' started by blacksnow, Sep 17, 2008.

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    blacksnow

    blacksnow Well-Known Member

    Using the sea of green method and flowering plants when about 7" - 9" should result in the plant being how tall?

    Think I can keep these plants under 20" ?
     
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    vanslyke

    vanslyke Well-Known Member

    yes. plants will double in height. a good height to start flowering for sea of green is 6-10 inches depending on space.
     
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    blacksnow

    blacksnow Well-Known Member

    Just trying to decide if I need to get some dward/autoflowering seeds, or if i can use a normal seed and just do sea of green
     
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    vanslyke

    vanslyke Well-Known Member

    get normal seeds. its up to you in the end obviously but im not a fan of the dwarf plants. they lack the punch of some of the others. but to each their own.
     
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    whiterain

    whiterain Well-Known Member

    wait you really start flowering your plants when they are less than 1 foot tall? why?
     
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    blacksnow

    blacksnow Well-Known Member

    then they wont be as big..less yield, but some people have space issues such as myself =p
     
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    whiterain

    whiterain Well-Known Member

    yeah, how much yield difference are we talking about? also, how much of a duration of time are we reducing in the time of planting to harvest when beginning flowering stage so early?
     
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    vanslyke

    vanslyke Well-Known Member

    the flowering time is the same. in a sea of green you can veg for say 2 - 4 weeks and then flower for 8 - 10 depending on strain.
     
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    mane2008

    mane2008 Well-Known Member

    you do low height for space and so they dont branch out so much but focus on one bug ass cola:D
     
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    amish420

    amish420 Active Member

    Sea of Green involves the use of clones not seeds. Plants from seed must reach sexual maturity (pre-flowers) before flowering should occur. FYI
     

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