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While it is easy for farmers to desire large plants, seeing as they will produce more harvest for each plant, the concept of Sea of Green dictates that it is much better to cultivate small plants that have an early maturation, and are grown in smaller spaces. With its roots in Holland, this is arguably the home of Cannabis, the Sea of Green postulates that fitting a dozen of small plants on a shelf is better than growing 4 large plants in the same space. From germination to maturation, the ...
Introduction The concept of the Sea of Green, abbreviated SOG, is that one can plant Cannabis in the form of numerous tiny plants, all of which undergo early maturation. This is as opposed to growing plants for a longer time span, and in the same space that many tinier plants would flourish. This is the key advantage of the sea of green as it ensures that many small plants reach maturation quickly, and in a short time span. As a result, less time is needed in between planting seasons. It ...
Cannabis plants normally go through various stages of growth before blooming and reaching full maturity. The vegetative stage of growth is when the plants make the most progress in terms of development. Other than providing the appropriate growth conditions such temperature, light, water and nutrients, growers normally employ several techniques that are aimed at controlling the behavior and growth pattern of marijuana plants. This method of altering a plant’s growing habits is commonly ...