I have my reservations for sure. I certainly don’t expect to get perfect results. And I, like you was sure that I had misunderstood the listing to mean /m2 and not per plant. But I took a look at the reviews, seems legit. It’s through seedsman, which from my understanding is reputable, and the breeder is fastbuds, who as the name would suggest, are breeders of fast high yielding strains. (Apparently, I’m only going on what others have said. I have yet to personally use seedsman, or fastbuds.)
if it seems too good to be true, it probably is. But it’s sure worth a shot with those numbers. (Especially with the amount of money I’m putting into this next grow, I’d like to get my investment back as quickly as possible. Lol)
And that’s a discussion I’ll have to start in another thread. I agree that having complete control is definitely the way to go. Helps you get the best out of your plant and get any kind of issues in check without it affecting the flower. But what I’m not sure of is what’s better for new growers?
I’ve heard arguments from both sides, that’s for newer growers autos are the way to go because in the opinion of some, they require a lot less work and attention. But I’ve also heard counter arguments in favor of photos,
The sea of green using clones is almost 100% the grow method I’ll be using in the future for my concentrates. Once I’m a little bit more skilled and confident in my cloning abilities. Also, I’d like to have a couple more tents and lights. A tent specifically for the mother plant, another for the clones, and then maybe one or two more for hobby grows to Let me practice my growing skills and play around with different methods and strains without risking my medical crops.
I gotta say though, I’m incredibly excited to get it all going. And thanks to everyone in the ILGM community who since I first joined a couple weeks ago, have been the biggest health and real treasure trove of knowledge. Looking forward to being a part of the cannabis growing hive mind that is this forum moving forward.