How to Grow G13 Haze Pot Plants?
It is hard to maintain mmj variant that is ideal for cultivators with a lot of experience. Experienced growers ensure that the plants retain their potency and THC content.
Indoor Growing vs. Outdoor growing
Indoor grown G13 plants take around nine weeks to complete its flowering cycle with a yield of 16 to 18 oz mmj per meters squared. When planted outdoors, the flowering period concludes by the end of September with an impressive yield of about 22 oz per plant.
It is best if the plants are fed heavily using calcium and magnesium-rich nutrients which is beneficial to pack the buds with all the goodness.
It is advised to arrange the plants using the Sea Of Green method to ensure the plants retain their original THC and CBD content. On top of that using the SOG technique with the plants set up in an indoor setup. Adequately drained hydroponic setup ensures that the plants produce huge buds. Periodic pruning of foliage and topping of the canopy is beneficial to ensure airflow is consistent throughout the plant body. The periodic dressing of the plant ensures bud rot and mold infestation is kept at bay.
- Known for its powerful sedative-like effects on the mind and body of its users
- Euphoria induced fits of laughter are common
- Leaves the user feeling happy and elated
- Relaxes the mind and body
- Ideal for insomniacs as its induces fatigue and promotes sleep
- Ideal strain that will ensure the user will feel uplifted at all times
- Dry mouth
- Dry eyes
- Muscle Spasms
Taste and Aroma
It has a distinct smell that resembles a combination of pungent, sweet and fruity all at the same time with lower notes of sandalwood. Upon inhalation, the smoke of this potent designer weed tastes similar to that of prominent spicy notes. It leaves a sweet aftertaste that tends to linger at the back of the mouth for a long time.