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Some cold-weather plants can be germinated in relatively cold conditions, whereas some summer plant varieties may require much warmer temperatures for germination. Every indoor garden is different and there are many variables that can affect the way a crop performs. Although growers can use the general operating temperature range of 70-80°F ((21.1-26.6° C ) as a starting point, finding the ideal temperature for an indoor garden is something that can only be done through experimentation. As with most horticultural experiments, finding the ideal operating temperature will take time. It is hard to determine how a small change in the garden will affect the overall results until the garden’s harvest can be measured.

For that reason, it may take multiple garden cycles before a grower is able to collect enough data to make a solid conclusion about the ideal operating temperature. Although the process can be a bit tedious, committed indoor gardeners should have no problem documenting temperatures and how they relate to the growth of the garden. After all, growers are always in search of ways that will increase their return on investment. Finding the ideal operating temperature for an indoor garden is just one way growers can help ensure their gardens have consistent growth rates and repetitive, bountiful harvests. Here you can find all info about the unknown / legendary cannabis variety Big Skunk Korean . If you are searching for information about the unknown / legendary Big Skunk Korean, check out our Basic Infos, Lineage / Genealogy or Hybrids / Crossbreeds for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database! Big Skunk Korean is an strain from unknown origin and can be cultivated indoors and outdoors . By accessing this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. We use cookies to enable essential features of our site and to help personalize your experience.

Learn more about our use of cookies in our Cookie Policy and Privacy Policy. Keep up with new strains, products, trends, and deals with Leafly’s curated cannabis newsletter. By submitting this form, you will be subscribed to news and promotional emails from Leafly and you agree to Leafly’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. You can unsubscribe from Leafly email messages anytime. When you open up a container of this hybrid strain, you’re hit with various sweet smells that are not only reminiscent of bananas, but of fruity mentos or smarties candies. It’s sweet and a bit tropical, and while the flavor does copy its scent, it isn’t nearly as pronounced and has a bit of pine in its undertone. A well cultivated and cured batch will have a thick coating of crystal trichomes and the colors beneath can be an array of deep purples and blues alongside dark green. This hybrid strain is a cross between Purple Punch and Banana Kush and produces effects that lean towards its indica genetics. And many reviewers say they’ve found that Banana Punch has helped them manage chronic pain or clarify their thinking after a stressful day. Banana Punch (Hybrid) Banana Punch is a happy marriage between Banana OG and Purple Punch. Mixing two very hard hitting strains you get a heavyweight ready to knock you in the head and body. Banana OG is an indica-dominant cross between OG Kush and Banana. With a smell and flavor of overripe bananas, this hybrid definitely earns its name. Banana OG is known to leaved those who over-imbibe in a near comatose state before intense hunger and sleepiness sets in. Patients treating muscular pain, loss of appetite, and insomnia may benefit from Banana OG. Then these genetics are married to: Purple Punch is the sweet and sedating union of two indica-dominant classics. By breeding Larry OG with Granddaddy Purple, the astonishing trichome laden Purple Punch was born, smelling of grape candy, blueberry muffins, and tart Kool-Aid. The potency of this strain gives the consumer a one-two punch to the head and body, initially landing between the eyes and settling down into the limbs. Purple Punch is a delicious dessert strain that is best suited for after dinner. Its effects may help with managing nausea, stress, minor body aches, and sleeplessness. The lush buds from this hybrid reek of pine and lemons. The flavor of the smoke resembles the scent, with an undeniable burnt lemon peel quality that’s much sweeter than the scent would indicate. The heavy pine scent indicates large amounts of the terpene limonene in this cannabis plant. Limonene contributes to the energized, focused cerebral effects found in uplifting strains. Expect smiles galore from Lemon OG Haze; the mental effects can ward off depression and motivate creativity. Controlling muscle spasms or regulating chronic pain are other recommended uses.

Because this strain provides energy, its best used in the morning or in the earlier parts of the day. Only try this one in the later evening or at night if you plan to stay up late. Possible side effects from Lemon OG Haze include dry mouth and dry eyes, although its sativa-like qualities may induce paranoia or anxiety in some users. Lemon OG Haze tends to grow shorter than most commercially available strains, so it’s a good candidate for grow areas with limited space. A Kool-aid smile, almost immediately covered half of my face upon releasing the aroma of this Sweet Leaf. The price was the next best thing to compliment the quality and quantity. It has been my past experiences that I choose to start small and then go big, when the opportunity presents itself. "I'll be back" to my corner dispensary tomorrow to stockpile for my personal use.

I am very impressed and pleased with my purchase today. I did hesitate at first to buy because of sour sales in recent past. I am glad I decided to take the small risk; something I sometimes have to do. This is my go to strain, when available, as it helps me with the daily physical and mental disabilities I endure.

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