Grapefruit Regular by Kyle Kushman
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The potent Grapefruit, as might be expected, earned its name from its pungent citrus fragrance and flavor. It has a distinct tang with candy accents that its enthusiasts could easily pick out among other lemony variants in a blind taste test. Plus, it is a versatile daytime strain that can be used for both recreational and medical purposes, which is why it continues to enjoy popularity in Colorado and on the West Coast.
In terms of effects, Grapefruit is heady and cognitive-centered like its parent Cinderella C99. It gets consumers pumped up by imparting a powerful, uplifting euphoria and physically enlivening effect. A long-held secret among artistic minds, musicians, and those who want to tune out external and mental noises, it also boosts focus and creativity. The bud carries effective antispastic, analgesic, and anxiolytic properties as well. These contents unload the burden of conditions such as stress, depression, chronic pain, and fatigue.
Apart from having C99's cerebral-oriented effects, Grapefruit also inherited its short, bushy stature and straightforward growth needs. An unknown Sativa strain with a short flowering cycle was also added to the genetic mix to make this hybrid even more appealing to cultivators. Let this variant fill the growery with its fresh citrus aroma by cultivating its regular seeds from Homegrown Cannabis Co. These babies can be used to breed and reared for consumption, but, if it's the latter, be ready to separate the males.
Growing Grapefruit from Regular Seeds
The buds of Grapefruit are slightly fluffy and often either football-shaped or conical. They are of light green hue with fiery orange pistils but can also sport tints of purple if exposed to colder nighttime temperatures during the late-flowering period.
Grapefruit is an excellent option for all types of grow - indoor, outdoor, and greenhouse - due to its short to medium stature. It can thrive inconspicuously amongst other backyard floras, as well as in grow cabinets with limited floor-to-ceiling height. Additionally, the plant can be grown in either soil or hydroponic systems but produces stronger fragrance and flavor in organic dirt. Also feed it with all-natural nutrients through top dressing and compost teas.
In a controlled environment, keep Grapefruit comfortable with a temperature of around 20 to 26°C. It also needs a semi-humid environment, which must be adjusted depending on the life cycle it is in. To maximize the space while also boosting its yield potential, also apply the Sea of Green (SOG) technique. After only 8 to 9 weeks of flowering in an optimal setting, the hybrid shares 400 to 500 grams of sticky flowers per square meter.
Outdoor cultivation, on the other hand, is recommended in locations with a Mediterranean climate. Grapefruit is known to thrive in California, Southern Europe, Australia. The lovely, warm weather and loads of sunshine allow the cannabis to produce 300 to 400 grams each. As a safety precaution, though, have a garden canopy in case of rainfall or be ready to move it in. Also set up a windbreak, so strong winds won't affect the plant. The harvest rolls around mid-October in the northern hemisphere.
Fragrance and Flavor
Not surprisingly, Grapefruit is citrusy. It has a prominent sweet lemony note with a mouth-watering acidic burst. There's also a loam-like earthiness that is subtle but noticeable. The taste is as strong and delectable as the aroma. Its sweet, sour, and slightly acidic flavors tickle the palate, then quickly calms it with an herby undertone.
Often used for wake and bake, Grapefruit is a reliable companion when energy and motivation are running low. It awakens the mind with a powerful euphoric blow, which uplifts the mood and imparts a positive, get-up-and-go vibe. Great for increasing productivity, it also improves focus, making it beneficial when there's a need for strong attention to detail. The bud also helps silence mental and external noises, which affects concentration.
Moreover, Grapefruit enhances creative thinking by allowing a free flow of new ideas. It is beneficial during brainstorming sessions or when doing anything that requires a touch of artistry. These cerebral effects are matched with ample physical vitality. The bud eases the body while also gifting it with the lightness of movement.
Grapefruit Regular Seeds
The heady, cognitive-centered, and enlivening influence of Grapefruit is best for daytime usage. It pumps up users and also relieves conditions such as stress, depression, chronic pain, and fatigue. In addition, the strain produces 300 to 500 grams of glue buds with less time and toil. Get all those benefits, plus a chance to breed a new hybrid and grow healthier plants, by cultivating its regular seeds from Homegrown Cannabis Co. If rearing for consumption, though, be ready to separate the males to prevent pollination.