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super lemon haze grow report

Super lemon haze grow report

Break down your buds into small pieces, and store them in glass jars with lids. These jars should be kept in the dark at a temperature between 50 and 60 degrees Fahrenheit for one to three weeks. Crack the lids every day to let some fresh air in (like burping your Tupperware).

From this point forward, we’ll assume you’re growing your Super Lemon Haze inside in a controlled environment. It is possible to grow Super Lemon Haze outside, but unless you’ve got the perfect combination of conditions, you aren’t going to maximize your yield.
After six or seven weeks of growth, begin to gradually reduce the hours of light each day until you reach the 12-hour mark. This will signal to the plant that it’s time to start flowering.

Sometimes, though, mixing your own soil isn’t really feasible (talking to you, city-dwellers). Don’t despair. Bagged soils can be just as effective as soil you composted yourself. Regardless of how you get your soil, make sure that it:
Keep the air moving at all times by angling a fan up toward the ceiling (don’t point it directly at the plant).
Super Lemon Haze is a fast grower and can reach heights in excess of 78 inches in just seven to nine weeks. Even though it’s one of the tallest-growing strains, its yield is similar to much shorter varieties. In fact, Super Lemon Haze produces 1-3 ounces of bud per square foot (similar to Ghost Train Haze, which is half as tall). But where the plant lags in yield, it excels in speed of growth. If you choose the Super Lemon Haze strain over the Ghost Train Haze, you could be reaping the rewards of your labor a full month before the latter finishes flowering. Prodigious!
Super Lemon Haze was first produced by Green House Seeds. It won first prize in the 2008 and 2009 High Times Cannabis Cup and another first prize in the 2010 IC420 Growers Cup, so you know it’s gotta be good. Sure, it’s not the strongest belle at the ball (as you’ll see in the section below), but what it lacks in psychoactive punch, it makes up for in flavor and aroma.
Super Lemon Haze is a sativa-dominant cross between Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze. When it flowers, Super Lemon Haze produces kief-caked, multi-colored buds that are reminiscent of the Fruity Pebbles strain.

The most notable side effect of Super Lemon Haze is dry mouth. If we rated the side effects on a scale from 1 to 10, dry mouth would be a 10 (maybe even an 11 or 12). Dry eyes follow at a close second on the scale of side effects, though it only rates a 5 or 6 on the ten-point scale.

Want to grow your own Super Lemon Haze marijuana? The experts at Honest Marijuana reveal the best way to get the most yield out of this tasty cannabis strain.