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There can be variations in the
It is nearly impossible for a hermaphrodite to create any male
only plants. A hermaphrodite may create female only seeds and
hermaphrodite seeds. Also the female only seeds may carry the
Extra Notes on Selfing by Vic High
[These notes where taken from a commentary that took place on the
Internet and are worth reading. Nothing has been changed or omitted.
ng came the idea of SOG,
which is also called Sea of Green.
A SOG set-up can be any size but must maintain a certain
overall shape. First of all you need to grow some plants normally first.
Wait until you see flowers and then select the nicest female you can
find. Take cuttings from this female mother plant and grow the
cuttings out until they have roots. When you do take multiple cuttings
try to create as many plants as you can fit into your grow set-up. In
SOG grows we are looking a 1 plant per square foot or even one plant
per 0.10 square feet. So that should be a good estimate as to how many
clones you will need. Now, we want to look at pots here first. What we
really need are tube shaped pots or pots that have a longer depth than
width. You can make these yourself or buy these pots in the store. All
we want to do is pack in as many pots with plants as we can into the
SOG grow chamber. It is just a big cluster of pots with clones. The
clones are planted all at the same time. No more new plants are
introduced into the SOG grow room. When they have reached your
desired height (keep it small), they should be flowered. Because the
clones have been taken from a mother plant, the clones will carry the
age of the mother plant with them. Since we took them from a
flowering mother they will start to flower as soon as we start 12/12.
The final harvest result will be a full canopy of bud, hence the
name Sea Of Green. Because you are using clones you only have to
grow the clones out for the remainder of their flowering times. This
means you can have a large bud quantity turnover ever 2 months.
Figure 8.1 - An example of a ScrOG by 'A Merry Caner‘.
This is like a SOG (Sea of Green) grow except fewer plants are used in
conjunction with a screen to fill the grow area out with heavy top
colas, hence its name - ScrOG (Screen of Green).
This screen is simply a large wire mesh put between your
light and the plants (Figures 8.1 and 8.2). Again clones from a female
plant are used like in the SOG method, but we allow at least 1 square
foot per flowering plant in the ScrOG method.
The plants are not flowered until as such time as they have
covered the entire mesh with green. As the plants grow up through the
wire mesh they are trained and worked around the netting to form a
very even canopy. The top colas and side branches are all trained
under the screen.
Figure 8.2 - Another basic ScrOG grow. Picture by Rattdog.
There are many variations of the above two methods. They all
still contain the same principles. SOG and ScrOG's were originally
set-up to get the most out of poor quality fluorescent lights. Today's
growers (since HID's came along) with a 600 watt HID bulb have
literally taken these set-ups to a new level.
The veteran fluorescent user would line the roof of the shelf
or the box with fluorescent tubes to try and get the most out of their
grow with this method. Now with HID lights
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