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Sharing your information here maybe can help other people! You've stumbled upon a Citrus Berry related thread into a forum or growers community? Connect it here and enable othe users to find this information fast and easy! You found a related video with additional information or grow-infos about Citrus Berry on YouTube? Blueberries and lemons are the prominent aromas you’ll experience when examining the strain Citrus Berry. These rich, trichome-dusted buds have deep hues of greens and purples while long burnt-orange pistils spiral their way out. Undertones of a skunky scent are normally present, but this simply adds to its appeal as a reputedly potent cannabis strain. Reviewers have noted that Citrus Berry’s high is particularly indica, as it’s been described as creating a sedating effect.
Many fans of this strain say they enjoy its potential in making time seemingly slower, and they like how it makes them feel both heavy and mellow. This hybrid strain was bred by gLeaf and THC levels tend to stay between 15 and 23 percent. It usually is tested having slightly more CBD than your average strain. Cheese Berry is a feminised cannabis strain created by the guys at 00 Seeds , a hybrid between the legendary UK Cheese clone and a selection of the equally famous Blueberry variety. The resulting cross releases a very sweet scent , with intense fruity flavour and abundant production of buds. This easy to grow strain reaches 80-100 cm in height in indoor grow rooms, producing 350-450g/m2 in just 60-65 days of bloom. Outdoors, it grows very large either if potted or planted in the ground. It easily reaches 2-3 metres in height, so pruning and training techniques are recommended to keep its height under control without decreasing yields. Cheese Berry is ready to harvest by late October, producing an amazing amount of top quality buds . As the weather gets warmer and I’d rather just snack my meals away than attempt at anything on the stove/oven knowhwhatimean? This board has everything you need to celebrate the season. It’s SUPER berry inspired but also comes with your standard, necessary brie wedge and sliced cheddar plus a little prosciutto and genoa salami. For those that are a smidge concerned about the how-to’s, here are couple tips for a successful cheese board. Tons of bright, cherry colors are perfectly reminiscent of the floral blooms of spring. Plate any spreads aka jams and honey around the board. Add more grapes that drape off the board you’re using. At the end, surround the board with the crackers and baguette slices and voila! You’ve got yourself a colorful, decadent appetizer platter. Cutting Cannabis For Better Structure: “Topping” Topping is a cannabis plant training techniques that involves cutting off the top of a main stem. The technique is designed to give you a free way to create more colas as well as spread out the plant so you can take advantage of all your light. As a result, topping can help you achieve bigger marijuana yields! The idea of “topping” is to cut off the top of a main stem to split it into two. The two growth tips that remain will each develop into their own stem. Each stem can turn into a bud/cola in the flowering stage, so by topping the plant once or a few times, you increase the total number of buds sites under the grow light, and it also helps you keep the plant flat and wide. It you let a marijuana plant grow naturally, it will usually grow one main stem.
But if you top the plant when it’s young, you can cause it to grow multiple colas in basically the same amount of time! This often lets you grow more bud in the same amount of space with the same grow light. …In the same amount of vertical space as a plant like this. All plant training techniques are designed to help growers get a more desirable plant shape and bigger yields without changing other aspects of their grow. For example, cannabis plants don’t naturally grow in a way that takes full advantage of indoor grow lights – a lot of light is wasted when cannabis plants are allowed to grow naturally without training. Because of this, cannabis plant training techniques like topping are especially effective at increasing yields in indoor grow setups by creating a bushier plant with extra colas. Notice how these plants have many colas instead of just one – this is due to using plant training techniques like topping. Learn about FIMing, a very similar plant training technique that removes slightly “less off the top” but still results in multiple colas.
In the above example, the plant on the left was allowed to grow naturally, which resulted in the classic “Christmas tree” shape that’s not very efficient under indoor grow lights. This broke the dominance of the main cola, and the plant started putting out multiple colas. With topping, the growth tips that become new colas are already present. They just get bigger and become colas because topping breaks the symmetry of the plant and exposes these growth tips to light and air.