How to Grow Dutch Treat Pot Plants?
It is an easy to cultivate mmj variant that is most sought after by amateur entrepreneurs looking to cash in on the greens. It has a preference to grow in a warm and dry climate that locks in the potency of the buds.
Indoor Growing vs. Outdoor growing
Indoor growing takes about nine weeks to complete the blooming phase with 12 oz of bud per meters squared at the end. On the flipside, outdoor growing naturally completes their flowering period by the end of September with a yield of 8 oz per plant.
Standard feeding is enough for these plants to grow and yield properly. Leaning on to organic nutrients is best, especially those high on phosphorous content like bat guano and worm castings.
It is best if the plants are kept indoors in either a nutrient-rich soil setup or an adequately drained hydroponic grow area. Moreover, it advised pruning the plants at regular intervals to make sure there is constant airflow around the plant body. Topping of the canopy is essential to ensure that the lower part of the plant gets ample light as it possibly can. A must since it makes sure that the large colas are kept safe from mold/fungal infestations.
- The strain can make anyone feel uplifted and happy
- Delivers a stable and clean cerebral experience that can leave the user smiling and elated for hours on end
- Sinking into your seat or being a couch potato has never been so easy – a resulting factor of the high THC content
- Smokers love this strain due to its nerve calming abilities and mind-numbing high
- An uplifted mood is sure to follow post the initial high that makes sure one forgets the day’s stressful experiences from the first puff
- Euphoria induced, psychedelic high with vivid hallucination are more common when one smokes this strain
- Ideal mmj for those who need help in countering insomnia. Therefore it is best if the strain is lighted up just before bedtime
- Dry mouth
- Dry/itchy eyes
- Phantom Limb Pain
Taste and Aroma
It is a fragrant strain that can readily fill the room with its invigorating aroma resembling blueberries with fresh pine and fruity lower notes. When smoked, Dutch Treat tastes like earthiness mixed with fresh pine upon inhale. When exhaled, it leaves a woody aftertaste with sweet lower notes.