However, there is a certain level of maintenance necessary to grow this girl to her full potential, so those new to the industry may want to practice with some easier buds before trying to grow this one! If you are restricted to one area for growth, then Grease Monkey is an ideal option as she can grow well both indoors and out, providing you can offer the right climate. Outdoors, Grease Monkey requires consistent humid temperatures ranging between 72-80 degrees Fahrenheit.
Remember that Grease Monkey plants can grow incredibly tall and quite easily can become out of control, so regularly trimming and pruning should help with keeping your bud manageable and tidy. Indoor growers should be warned that although Grease Monkey can grow well in an indoor climate, the aroma is exceptionally potent and difficult to conceal. We recommend those opting to grow Grease Monkey in this way should consider investing in good odor control. Grown well, Grease Monkey offers a high yield and flowers within 8-9 weeks when grown indoors. Certainly an advanced grow, but one that is ripe with benefits for any dedicated cultivator up for a project! Grease Monkey is pretty pungent as we have mentioned and offers an above average THC range with the highest recorded tests showing the strain to have around 30% THC, and the lowest showing still above average at 16%. Grease Monkey has proven to be an exciting indica bud that offers more than your typical couch-lock effects .
While users should be cautious of probable sedative effects, this flower also boasts a feeling of mental euphoria and subtle stimulation that lends itself to a host of mental health conditions. A definite creeper of a high, Grease Monkey starts in the neck and face as a discreet pressure before spreading throughout the rest of the body releasing tranquil energy that will eradicate aches and pains and leave you feeling more relaxed than ever. Users report an almost palpable sense of mental calm that works perfectly as an after-work come down strain to ease you into the evening without worries or cares. Patients suffering from insomnia, nausea, headaches, migraines or other forms of chronic pain will benefit from the physical melt of this indica. Feel the calm and hazy blanket come over you as you sink into hours of heavy relaxation that works perfectly to ease physical tensions and discomforts. Users have described this bud as a munchies-fuelled body buzz that will eradicate lack of appetite within minutes and have you reaching for the nearest snack while you flick through TV channels. It is a great way to enjoy leisurely hobbies, as you won’t lose your ability to think straight, with some even reporting a more honed in mental focus! Without a doubt an uplifting high, the cerebral euphoria of Grease Monkey is long lasting with many reporting highs lasting around 3 hours or more! It is well suited to an evening smoke , but hey – if you fancy a day of chilling out, a morning wake and bake with this bud may be the very thing you need. Like with many cerebral buds of this nature, there is a risk of mind racing thoughts that can cause panic in those prone to anxiety and paranoid thoughts . With that in mind, users should only take small amounts to begin with and top up as necessary to avoid any unwanted effects. As with most strains, there is also a strong risk of dry eyes and dry mouth with this bud. Well, there you have it – Grease Monkey is the next big thing on the indica scene, but what are your thoughts? Are you interested in that mixture of potent diesel and super sweet undertones or is it the unreal relaxation that intrigues you? We would love to hear from you down in the comments! Problem: A cannabis phosphorus deficiency generally appears on leaves from the lower/older parts of the plant. The lower leaves may turn dark green or yellow, and start getting spots or big splotches that look brown, bronze or even a little blue. The leaves may thicken and curl, and the affected leaves feel stiff. Sometimes the stems of the plant turn bright red or purple, but not always. Sometimes accompanied by a Calcium deficiency, as Phosphorus and Calcium interact with each other in the plant. A cannabis phosphorus deficiency usually appears with some or all of the following symptoms: tends to affect the lower and older leaves of the plant sometimes a phosphorus deficiency is accompanied by bright red stems (though not always), though if you have red stems but no other symptoms, it’s typically not something to worry about leaves darken (turning a dark green, blue or grayish color) and may appear shiny leaves may start turning yellow in places if the phosphorus deficiency is left untreated, or if the deficiency is combined with other nutrients deficiencies and/or pH problems. However, yellow leaves is typically not associated with the beginning of a phosphorus deficiency. leaves get bronze, purple or brown spots and splotches leaves thicken and may feel dry or stiff stems sometimes turn bright red or purple, but not always sometimes accompanied by a Calcium deficiency, as Phosphorus and Calcium interact with each other inside the plant this deficiency is more common after buds start forming, when the plant is using a lot of Phosphorus. Phosphorus deficiencies in the vegetative stage usually appear at the bottom of the plant on some of the oldest leaves, and will progressively climb up the plant if left unchecked. The progression of a cannabis phosphorus deficiency. A phosphorus deficiency tends to be more common after plants start making buds in the flowering stage. Cannabis plants tend to love phosphorus in the flowering/budding stage and it is unlikely for a cannabis plant to get too much phosphorus using standard nutrients formulated for a flowering plant like cannabis. Nearly all flowering nutrients will come with an abundance of phosphorus for your plants.
So if you’re seeing a cannabis phosphorus deficiency while using standard cannabis nutrients, chances are you actually have a root pH problem (explained below in the solution section)! Phosphorus (P) is used by your cannabis plant in all phases of growth. It is one of the 3 major nutrients (N- P -K) listed on the front of most nutrient bottles, and phosphorus will be represented by the second number that appears. When there is a phosphorus deficiency, the lower (oldest) leaves turn dark green. Leaves occasionally get a bluish or bronze tinge, and may thicken or curl downward before exhibiting dark gray, bronze or purplish splotches. Sometimes the stems of the affected leaves will turn bright red or purplish, usually starting from underneath. It’s common to see a Phosphorus deficiency accompanied by the symptoms of a Calcium deficiency, as those nutrients interact with each other in the plant.
Sometimes you will get a cannabis phosphorus deficiency, and the stems do not appear red or purple at all, or the coloring may not be pronounced.