If the weight is the same,and the % alpha acids are the same, the hops will be the same (or similar enough) to use without concern. However, if you use freshly picked wet hops, they weigh 5-8x more than dried hops, and therefore you need to do some math and a bit of guessing to use wet hops in the boil. Most homegrowers use dried hops for aroma hops either very late in the boil or for dry hopping since we do not know the %AA. I keep my dried homegrown cascade for this purpose, and add at flame out or dry hop.
I have made a few great wet hopped beers with my cascades I assume 6x the recipe weight at 5.5% AA (average for cascade). My last all cascade wet hopped IPA used nearly 2 lbs of wet cascade (equaling about 6 oz dry hops if I were to follow the regular hopping schedule). Another angle to take is to only use the wet hops for flavor and aroma and use dried hops (whole or pellet) of a known %AA for the bulk of the bittering.
Hope this helps.