How to Grow Maple Leaf Pot Plants?
It has a preference for warm Mediterranean climate and requires moderate to expert level skills for handling Maple Leaf Saplings.
Indoor Growing vs. Outdoor growing
Indoor planted saplings complete their flowering period by the end of eight weeks with an average yield of about 7 to 11 oz per meters squared. Maple Leaf saplings, when grown outdoors can stretch remarkably and complete its blooming period by the end of September, with an average yield of 11 oz per plant.
It is recommended to feed the plant heavily using calcium and magnesium-rich nutrients, especially during the growing period.
It is best if the plants are subjected to an adequately drained hydroponic setup that ensures healthy yield and bud quality. The strain is versatile in nature and can also thrive in a nutrient-rich soil setup as well. Periodic topping of the plant is crucial to ensure that sunlight reaches the entire plant body thereby ensuring theincreased rate of photosynthesis.
- Potent and effective cerebral high
- Effects bear a resemblance to typical sativa strains
- High begins with a cerebral hit followed by euphoria filled cerebral moments
- Can leave the user feeling happy and elated
- Sparks creativity
- Induces deep thoughts
- Feel creeps slowly into the mind and then into the body at slow pace
- Takes the user to a state of complete relaxation
- Induces sleep
- Leaves the user locked to the couch
- Dry Mouth
- Dry Eyes
- Mild Headaches
- Increases libido
- Relieves pain
- Chronic Conditions
Taste and Aroma
Maple Leaf has a pungent aroma that can linger in the room for a long time. It has sweet citrusy orange undertones with hints of berries. The smoke report of Maple Leaf consists of a creamy texture that leaves a berry flavor aftertaste even after the smoking session has concluded long before.