Get more buds in less time with SOG method

Written by on 28 September, 2022

When growing marijuana indoors, most cannabis growers are usually looking for new alternatives to improve the efficiency of their plantation.

Well, one technique that will undoubtedly help you achieve great results in your growing is the Sea of Green (SOG) method. You will see, with the procedure you will reduce to the maximum growing time, in addition you will get a higher production.

Sounds interesting, doesn’t it? Well, then say no more, and learn more details.

What does the SOG method consist?

The SOG technique also known as Sea of Green consists of planting many small cannabis plants, side by side, instead of a few large plants.

The intention of this method is to fill the space you have available with as many pots as possible.

When using the Sea Of Green technique, cannabis flowers spend less time in the vegetative phase, as flowering must be induced. To do this process, the lighting cycle is modified by adjusting it to 12/12.

Opinions differ as to the duration of the vegetative phase. Some growers recommend activating the flowering phase when 10 to 14 days have passed, while others advise doing so when the plants reach a height of approximately 25 to 30 cm.

With this method, the efficiency of the light can be maximized. You will obtain abundant harvests in limited space. In addition, you will achieve this in less time.

Final considerations

This technique is usually done using clones, although it can also be done from seeds, it is important that these be of the same variety.

It is ideal that you know the measurements of your grow room to calculate the number of plants that you are going to place, remember to leave enough space between them for their care.


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