How to grow Alaskan Ice Seeds pot plants?
Alaskan Ice, in sharp contrast to its name, does not grow well in icy or frosty settings but thrives in warm environments. It is so named because of the white crystalline resin whose tinge resembles frosty whiteness.
Indoor vs. outdoor growing
If you’re patient enough to wait for 63-70 days, you’ll be rewarded with a high yield ranging from 24oz-28oz (680-793g) from every sq. meter indoors. When farmed outdoors, the buds are ready to be picked by middle to late October where every plant yields buds weighing 28oz-35 oz (793g-992g).
The plants thrive best in 15-gallon pots and bags that are replete with a judicious blend of organic nutrients.
If massive yield is what you’re aiming for, sow the seeds in a SCROG or LST setting. Since the plants grow very fast attaining a height of nearly 10 feet (outdoors), make sure you feed them heavily.
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