L.S.D. is an easy to grow strain that works in a variety of settings and produces high yields. L.S.D. comes to us from the crossing of another strain on the list, Skunk #1, and was created by Barneys Farm. It’s mold and disease resistant, and embraces its hybrid vigor while being indica-dominant.
L.S.D. is a great strain to practice your pruning skills on. Effective pruning will see your buds reach its best potential. Its height will not top the other strains on this list and that’s alright. What L.S.D. lacks in large stature is accounted for in its end results. It takes you on a ride that will appease both sativa and indica leaning consumers.
Once you have a good strain on your hands, be sure to clone it. This will help reduce the variability that comes from cultivating a seed for the first time. By refining you selections, you’ll be sure to produce the best yields possible. As always, happy growing!
Overwatering is a common mistake when growing cannabis, though it ultimately comes from a good place. Of course, we want to make sure our plants are receiving an adequate water supply, but giving them an excess can turn out to be too much of a good thing.
Water is critical to plant health, but saturating your plant’s growing medium with water can lead to crispy leaves that may even begin to turn brown.
Water makes its way through your plants via osmosis. The cells work to pass on water to the next one. However, when too much water is travelling through a plant and it reaches the cells at the end of a line, they become too full and the cells rupture. This phenomenon can cause crusting at the tips of leaves, accompanied by a brown discolouration.
Blue Widow grown indoors can yield an average of about 19 ounces of fresh bud per square meter planted. This strain can take an average of about 8 to 9 weeks to flower and be ripe for plucking. This strain can be expected to yield an average of about 35 ounces per plant, when it is cultivated outdoors.strain can take an average of about 8 to 9 weeks to flower and be ripe for plucking. This strain can be expected to yield an average of about 35 ounces per plant, when it is cultivated outdoors.
trichomes start off clear but as they mature they turn amber or light brown. This are actually the “red hairs” that develop when your bud are fully developed. You’ll know that THC is starting to build up when the membrane around the glands begin to swell and appear like mushrooms. Growers can start their harvest when 50% to 80% of the pistils have turned from white to dark red. Also, plants can be harvested when approximately 50% of the trichomes begin to become amber.