However, the setup in the picture below produced even more in much less time! These plants were in the vegetative stage for about half as long as the plants in the previous picture, AND they had significantly higher yields! For this grow style, growers usually switch to the flowering stage when plants are around 4-6 weeks old. Plants switched sooner than 4 weeks may not have enough time to get the most out of an SoG setup. Adding an extra week or two of veg, so each plant gets bigger can make a pretty big difference in yields too, so it’s about finding that balance between getting to harvest as quickly as possible versus harvesting a lot of bud.
Many growers also “top” their seedlings by removing the tips of seedlings when they have about 4-6 pairs of leaves. Topping can increase the number of buds sites, but if you have enough plants, you will have enough bud sites. It’s often easier to grow fewer plants, so for a grower with time concerns, you can get a lot of the benefits of Sea of Green with fewer plants by simply topping your seedlings and giving them an extra few days or a week in the vegetative stage. For SoG, wait to switch to 12/12 until plants are this size or bigger ( note: young plants like this can and will double or triple in height after the switch to 12/12). After the switch to 12/12, plants start stretching and getting bigger. Here you can really see the SoG in action after all the plants start making buds. Even though each plant didn’t get very big, there are many, many bud sites! Here’s an example of SoG in action during the vegetative stage using those eight seedlings. Notice how quickly the whole space got filled up since there were so many plants.
It went from empty to completely filled in about four weeks. By the last picture, all eight plants are already flowering. Each of those plants will be able to support a fat main cola in this setup, and it took less time than if the grower had tried to fill that space with just one plant. Thanks to GIVE_ME_ATTENTION for making this moving gif of an SoG in action! When using SoG, it’s up to you to decide how many plants and how big you let them get before you switch to the flowering stage. Some growers flip to flowering when plants are just a few weeks old and a few inches high. Other growers may wait a bit longer to achieve bigger plants. If in doubt, I recommend waiting an extra week for the best result 🙂 Another example of a small SoG setup. Flowering was initiated right after the above picture. Here are those same plants a little over a month later, after they’ve started making buds. Notice how much taller the plants are at this stage. In an SoG setup, make sure you don’t underestimate how much your plants will stretch after being switched to the flowering stage! Sativa strains and very young plants that switch to flowering are well-known for stretching a lot! SoG is how you achieve plants that look like the one below at harvest (why was this plant defoliated?) SoG setups are sometimes popular with those growing many auto-flowering strains since these strains cannot be trained with most of the traditional plant training methods. In some parts of the world, SoG isn’t as popular as other training techniques because growers have legal limits on how many cannabis plants they can have at any one time. SoG uses a lot of small plants instead of training fewer big plants to fit your space so, if you have plant limits, this is not the best use of your space. But for those who can grow as many cannabis plants as they want, SoG may be a fast choice to get an even canopy and a lot of buds with very little plant training! Here you can find all info about King's Kush from Green House Seeds . If you are searching for information about King's Kush from Green House Seeds, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery, Degustation, Awards, Strain Reviews, Direct Comparisons, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison, Lineage / Genealogy, Hybrids / Crossbreeds, User Comments, Threads or Videos for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information - or list all King's Kush Strains (±3) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database! King's Kush is a mostly indica variety from Green House and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±63 days ) and outdoors . Green Houses King's Kush is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds. Effect: Slow at first, creepy, but very heavy and long lasting.
Flowering outdoor: Ripe at the end of October (Europe). King's Kush from Green House Seeds is available only as feminized seeds. In 18 seedbanks, we found 61 offers between EUR 5.00 for 1 feminized seed and EUR 819.66 for 150 feminized seeds. If you are looking to buy King's Kush Cannabis Seeds from Green House Seeds somewhere - have a look to our King's Kush Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops - or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current King's Kush offers: Seedsman, Herbies Head Shop, Indras Planet GmbH, Canna-Seed Seed Shop, Linda Seeds | Linda Semilla, Original Seeds Store, Alchimia Grow Shop, Amsterdam Seed Center, Hanf & Hanf, PEV Seeds Bank, Cannapot Hanfshop, Herbalist, Oaseeds, Samenwahl.com, Zamnesia, Seeds24.at, canna-seed.com and Chu Majek. Green Houses King's Kush is a cupwinning variety and won 2 awards between 2008 and 2009! We've collected strain info from 6 growers for King's Kush. Known Phenotypes: short, compact, fastly blossoming, indica-dominant Phenotype #1. The seedfinder users tested King's Kush and uploaded information about the effects of Green Houses King's Kush. Here a short overview, click to the charts or links to get an exact description and find similar cannabis varieties! King's Kush have basically a strong effect to the Body (fairly Couchlocking; a little bit Pain numbing and Calming and also minimal Narcotic and Appetizing) but is also affecting to the Head (fairly Racy and Uplifting; a little bit Aphrodisiac and Psychedelic and also minimal Activating and Meditativ).
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