How to grow Harlequin seeds pot plants?
Growing this four-way combo strain is relatively easy. The plants flourish if the growing environment is kept warm and humidity level is maintained at 50%. These conditions are easier to maintain in a hydroponic or greenhouse setting.
Indoor growing vs. outdoor growing
When growing indoors, the flowers appear on the stalks after 8-9 weeks. You’ll be rewarded with a bountiful harvest of buds, estimated to be about 25 ounces in every sq meter of grow space.
Before you can cultivate the strain outdoors, keep in mind that the environment should not be too warm. On the other hand, sunlight should be sufficient with humidity level hovering around 50%. The buds mature and become replete with THC and CBD by middle of October. Each plant bears 21 ounces of buds approximately.
Top the soil with potassium, manganese, and magnesium but do not go heavy with nitrogen. Alter and adjust the nutrient amount in accordance with the growth stage.
Irrespective of whether you are farming outdoors or indoors, you need to take note of the following aspects:
- Pest control
- Light or illumination adjustment
- Digging of soil
- Soil culture
Harlequin is a mildly potent strain that will soothe your psyche without overwhelming you. Smoking the strain’s fumes will induce feelings of ecstasy and optimism but at the same time keep you fully active, enabling you to accomplish your routine tasks smoothly.
- Dry Mouth
- Dry Eyes
- Chronic pain
- Muscle spasms
- Bipolar Disorder
Taste & Aroma
The vapors exuding from Harlequin will fill the air with wafts of tropical mangoes, citrus, and sweet earthiness. You’ll be left with aftertastes of herbs, fresh pine, and woodiness.