How to grow Lamb’s Bread seeds pot plants?
Lamb’s Bread is a relatively difficult strain to grow and should only be attempted by those who have garnered several years of growing experience. If you try to farm the strain outdoors, then bear in mind that it thrives splendidly in equatorial or Mediterranean climes.
Indoor growing vs. outdoor growing
After disseminating the seeds in pots placed in nurseries or greenhouses, wait for at least 9-10 weeks before flowers begin to bloom. The buds are fully grown at the end of the 10th week and you can hope to reap about 14 ounces of buds from each sq. meter.
If cultivating outdoors, be prepared to harvest approximately the same quantity of buds when farming indoors. The buds are ripe for harvesting from October till November.
Pay attention to tips offered by professional breeders when it comes to feeding the plants. Always use organic nutrients and modify the feeding in consonance with the growing intensity of the plants.
Using SCROG or SOG methods produce the best results when rearing indoors.
Lamb’s Bread has a THC content going up to a maximum of 25% which makes the strain a very potent one. It is considered as one of the most popular daytime strains letting you kick start the day with positive energy.
- Chronic pain
- Muscle spasms
Taste & Aroma
The wholesome and creamy vapors fill the room with the fragrances of sweet cheese, skunky earthiness, and pungent woodiness. The flavors are a unique blend of sweet and earthy aftertaste that lingers long after the session.