Dutch Passions Lemon Zkittle is a cupwinning variety and won 2 awards! Dutch Passion is starting off the new year with a bang. Among the iconic seedbank’s brand new offerings for 2018 is the game-changing Lemon Zkittle strain, a flavourful, lemony hybrid with a sky-high amount of THC that is also very easy to grow. With several new strains to suit the needs of medicinal and recreational consumers alike, Dutch Passion is bringing flavour and potency to the forefront. Dutch Passion - Lemon Zkittle: Zesty, Refreshing Lemon Flavour.
We can’t think of a better way to begin the new year than by enjoying some outstanding new strains from Dutch Passion. In order to provide all kinds of cannabis consumers with beneficial strains for their lifestyle, new high-THC and CBD-rich varieties are ready to make their mark in your garden. This feminized, photoperiodic hybrid contains near-extreme THC levels over 20%, deriving from the finest Las Vegas Lemon Skunk genetics crossed with a prized Zkittlez parent. Lemon Zkittle is a robust, easy-cropping hybrid (60% sativa) that doesn’t just shine with a refreshing lemon aroma and a potent smoke; this variety is also a winner for her heavy yields and exceptionally good resin production. The strain grows vigorously and is quite sturdy, which makes her not only great for your indoor grow, but a good choice for outdoor plantations as well. The plant will reach a very manageable medium height, and features a reasonably short flowering time of 9-10 weeks.
Lemon Zkittle is bred with potency in mind, and her THC contents will ensure that high-flying connoisseurs are never disappointed. In fact, she is one of Dutch Passion’s most potent creations to date! To top off an already great smoking experience, Lemon Zkittle will tickle your palate with a rejuvenating citrus aroma. We think that this lady may well become a big hit this summer, but that sure doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy her right now! Lemon Zkittle does everything you hope a new strain would; her taste and potency are top notch, but this isn’t surprising given Dutch Passion’s superb track record. But we especially like how easy to grow this cultivar is, meaning that even the inexperienced can look forward to world-class yields of grade-A bud come harvest. EXCLUSIVE TO LAS VEGAS &В В В В В В В В В В В В В В NEVADA. В В В В В В В В В В В В В В В В В В В В В В В В В 100%В APPROVAL. CA, Arizona, CO Medical Marijuana ID Card can be used inВ NVВ В В. We accept Pain Management referrals from your Doctor. NuWu Cannabis Marketplace is located just North of the Las Vegas Strip, & 2 blocks from The Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Las Vegas. NuWu Cannabis is home of Las Vegas’ only legal consumption room and 24 hour Drive Thru. We carefully curate the best selection of Nevada made marijuana products in the valley. Over 170ft of display counters with no waiting room & Vegas’ only dispensary Drive-thrus! NuWu North right off the 95 & NuWu Cannabis Marketplace, the world’s largest weed dispensary! Flower, topicals, CBD oil, edibles, vapes, topicals, prerolls, concentrates & more! Using the SCRoG method when growing is a good way to save some hassle through maximizing the yield with fewer plants. The term SCRoG means Screen of Green, and it could even be considered an art. It consists of filling a mesh screen by guiding the branches to grow up through the holes filling up 70% of the entire mesh before you flip it to the flowering lighting. This technique is usually recommended for sativa plants as they can grow quite tall indoors. Thanks to the SCRoG system you can control the height and optimize production rates while increasing your final product’s quality. A normal grow usually has around 9 to 15 plants per square meter, and SOG methods can allow you to have 50 plants in a square meter but that means you have more to do when it comes to watering, pruning, higher risk of pests etc. whereas by using the SCRoG method you can place 1 to 5 plants per square meter , limiting how much you have to spend on seeds. This saving is paid back in the amount of time you’re going to need to let the plant grow for, so you’ll have less harvests per year with this method and less production but the quality will be immensely improved upon.
There are certain countries that have legalized, or partly legalized, home growing cannabis, and if you live in one of those countries you can grow even more plants, which makes this technique perfect for those kinds of growers. The most frequent question we hear is, how do I know when it’s time to begin flowering the plant? Well, like we said before, it depends on the strain that you’re growing and if you’re growing from seeds or clones. Indica strains started from seeds can be switched to flowering once they’ve occupied around 75% of the mesh . With the help of hormones and other additives, you can slightly shorten this period. Sativa strains have the benefit of starting to flower once the mesh is 60% covered which means they don’t need as much time for the vegetative period, although the flowering period is extended, therefore it makes up for that time.
If you want to use this method with clones then you’ll need to wait until the mesh is 85% covered for indicas and 70% for sativas. You can also use this technique outdoors where you can place the mesh horizontally or vertically, effectively covering the plant as if it were a blanket. Obviously you’ll need to have the mesh attached to something to stabilize it so it can work as a trainer for the branches, allowing the buds to grow much heavier. Like many growing methods, this technique has pros and cons.