How to grow Northstar Seeds pot plants?
The Northstar strain does not pose any problems when it comes to nurturing it for private or commercial use. The plants grow to a height of 3 to 6 feet and develop perfectly well, regardless of whether you’re farming indoors or outdoors.
Indoor vs. outdoor breeding
The Northstar is favored by growers of all categories as this strain is relatively convenient to cultivate. It is a high-yielding strain that can be farmed with success both outdoors and indoors.
The onset of flowering is effective 7-8 weeks after saplings start to appear. You can expect to reap about 350-400g of buds from every sq. meter. Outdoors, the plants flourish in environments that stay reasonably dry and cool for the better part of the year. Yield per plant varies from 400-450g, depending upon the nurturing techniques used.
The plants can make do with moderate levels of organic nutrients and water. However, you should enhance the feeding, 2-3 weeks before the plants start bearing buds.
Indoors, the Northstar grows and develops well when you use the SOG technique. You may not have to accord a high level of care, as the strain is naturally resistant to plant pests, molds, and mildews. Just trim the tops and the lateral branches when they become unwieldy.
This strain is equipped with the genetics of three strains and with a THC concentration ranging from 16%-19%, the high you experience is intense at the outset but leaves you feeling calm.
- Chronic pain
- Muscle spasms
Taste & aroma
Vapors of Northstar leave behind an aftertaste of sweet honey and spiciness while its aromas are a heady mix of herbs, spices, and earthy muskiness.