what's does "sea of green on one m2" mean?

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

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    Guzzy

    Guzzy Active Member

    ??????????
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    thcheaven

    thcheaven Well-Known Member

    one m2? I belive it is 1 square meter
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    wyteberrywidow

    wyteberrywidow Global Staff Member

    yeah m2 =square meter not to be rude but didnt you learn that in school???5th grade or someshit??
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    NoDrama

    NoDrama Well-Known Member

    Sea of Green also known as SOG = method of growing short plants quickly that just have 1 main cola to harvest, since the plants are smaller you can get more per square footage or square meters as in m2. SoG is a perpetual method originally designed to have many plants in different stages so that it is possible to harvest some every 2 weeks and to keep doing that for as long as needed. SoG is grown using clones, never from seed.
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    Guzzy

    Guzzy Active Member

    alright thx everyone it was a big help
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    wyteberrywidow

    wyteberrywidow Global Staff Member

    if you looking at the reports from the seedbank dont beleive it you gotta try it for yaself

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