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This incredible strain thrives in gardens all over North America. In addition to being aromatic, tasty, and incredibly potent; it also offers excellent resistance to pests, molds, and diseases.
The cannabis plant LOVES sunlight, and this strain is no exception. However, if you plant to grow outdoors, make sure to transition your young plants very gradually. Otherwise, they will have trouble adjusting to the Sun's intense rays.
If you plan to grow indoors, we recommend investing in a good grow light that is designed for cannabis plants.
Your nutrient strength should be between 200 and 600 ppm (parts per million) for young plants in the vegetative phase and between 600 and 1200 for mature flowering plants.
Most plants need watering around 2-3 times per week.
Make sure to use a complete nutrient regimen that includes Calcium, Magnesium, and trace minerals. Most three-part nutrient solutions will include these minerals in their 'Micro' base nutrient, but it's a good idea to check.
Cannabis thrives between 68-76 degrees Fahrenheit (20-24.5 Degrees Celcius).
Make sure you're cycling the air in your grow space every 5 minutes and that you maintain a relative humidity of around 40% - 60%.
In any event, your grow space should be kept as clean as possible.
If you have a space in your home that is bright, sunny, and relatively free of clutter, then there is a good chance that these plants can grow well for you.
Another thing to think about is the type of soil you plan to use. Cannabis plants need good loamy soil in order to grow.
Marijuana consumption may trigger adverse effects in some people. Less experienced consumers are more likely to experience side effects, including but not limited to:
Dry or Red Eyes
Increased Heart Rate
In general, these effects dissipate after a few minutes as your body metabolizes the THC.