What does grams/m2 mean?

Discussion in 'Newbie Central' started by Kenbud, Sep 27, 2008.

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    Kenbud

    Kenbud Well-Known Member

    I see a lot of yields on seed bank sites expressed like this - Yield: 350- 500 grams/m2 . Can anyone let me know what they mean? Thanks.:wall:
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    gangjababy

    gangjababy Well-Known Member

    grams per square meter
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    NoDrama

    NoDrama Well-Known Member

    it means how much dried weight the plant would normally yield per square meter.
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    Kenbud

    Kenbud Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the replies. still getting use to grams and meters.
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    mane2008

    mane2008 Well-Known Member

    you can basically say per yard if that makes it easier.
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    Mattplusness

    Mattplusness Well-Known Member

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    Kenbud

    Kenbud Well-Known Member

    Now that is pretty funny Mattplusness . I embrace the metric system.
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    da professa

    da professa Active Member

    I understand that it means per meter squared but meter of what? Meter squared space of plants? Then how many? How tall when u induce flowering? Meter squared of light space? SOG?
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    dimebagdan

    dimebagdan Well-Known Member

    sog -sea of green method. small plants packed together consintrating on main colas only removeing lower branches so in about one square meter about 9 plants.:leaf:
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    blzbob

    blzbob Well-Known Member

    I don't think you needed to call anyone a dumb ass for asking questions do you?
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    dimebagdan

    dimebagdan Well-Known Member

    im sorry i was high and know i feel bad.:-(

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