Harlequin: The First High CBD Strain I Experienced
Though I no longer have Harlequin (I deliberately let her die), she will always be in my memory as the first high CBD strain I came across. Since then I have come across other strains that veg faster, yield higher and inebriate even less.
Harlequin has a bit of an annoying buzz to it, when compared to several other strains now available. Canna-Tsu has a terpene profile that seems to be completely non-inebriating, only enhancing in nature.
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Supercropping 101 Explaining Supercropping Quick and Simple
Supercropping is the process of carefully crushing the stem of a cannabis branch, so that it can be bent down below the top of the canopy. The nodes below the crush point will grow normally for a few days and everything above the crush point will slow down. Once the crushed point of the stem heals, growth of all parts of the stem return to normal.
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Some Growers Say 24-48hrs of Darkness Before Harvest Has a Dramatic Impact on Quality
This is a common myth. You can find references to it all over the internet. The mythical benefits include additional trichome production and more potent cannabis. Though it is very common, the information is incorrect. Anyone happen to know where this was first spotted in the wild?
More Trichomes to Catch Pollen?
It’s often stated that during the dark period the cannabis plant grows additional trichomes. The theory is that the plant is responding to the dark by suddenly producing more trichomes to catch additional pollen. The ‘incoming death spurs the plant to make seeds” argument is really ridiculous.
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