Grapefruit Marijuana Seeds Growing Review.
The Grapefruit marijuana strain is a popular, ‘old-school’ hybrid, with strong, powerful effects. An easy-to-grow variety, which, despite its 70% Sativa-dominance, produces squat, dense plants. Their reduced height, but generous yields, have made Grapefruit marijuana seeds popular with indoor, Sea-of-Green growers.
Cultivated indoors, the young seedlings require between 4 – 8 weeks in vegetative growth, before sending to flower. The Cinderella 99 genetics keep the plants small, squat and dense, reaching little more than one-meter tall when fully mature. Allow plenty of strong-light and air-flow, removing any weak, lower-branches and unwanted foliage.
Once your plants have reached a suitable size, reduce the lights to a standard, 12/12 light-cycle. Unlike many Sativa-dominate varieties, Grapefruit marijuana plants do not stretch a great deal during flowering. The buds are large, fluffy and covered in bright-orange hairs, visually impressive. Maturity requires 8-weeks in flower, generating up to 14-ounces per square meter.
Grapefruit marijuana seeds can be successfully cultivated outdoors in warm, sunny climates. The best yields are produced when given warm temperatures of around 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and 50% humidity levels. Planted from the Spring, yields of up to 17-ounces per-plant can be generated, with late-September harvests.