More About Sour Grape Feminized Strain
Genetics Parents: Grapefruit and Sour Kush
Flowering Period: 8-10 weeks
Climate: Tropical/ Sunny/ Mediterranean
Yield: 400-500g/m2 (Indoors) and 500-600g per plant (Outdoors)
Flavors: Grapefruit, sour, lemon, and citrus
THC Level: 20%
CBD Level: 0.4%
Height: 100 to 150cm
Harvest Period: September
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Aroma, Flavour, and Effects of Sour Grape Feminized?
A sour aftertaste accompanies the sweet grape flavor of the Sour Grape fem marijuana strain. Despite its fruity, citrus, and diesel scent, this strain offers a fun, high inspiring innovation. It can instantly boost the smoker’s mood while also relaxing the body with each toke. This strain will likely give you the munchies.
What are the Medical Benefits of Sour Grape Feminized?
The numbing effect of the Sour Grape fem marijuana strain aids in the relief of pain, stress, chronic and migraines. With its uplifting high, this strain is perfect for treating anxiety, depression, and insomnia. Furthermore, those suffering from eating disorders will acquire the appetite they need due to this strain’s munchies effect.
Adverse Effects You Can Expect from Sour Grape Feminized
When too much sour grape is eaten, users can experience increased paranoia, anxiety, and headaches. As a side effect, users can experience dry mouth and eyes, so it’s essential to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water. Overdosing on this strain can cause anything from a simple sore throat to racing thoughts and anxiety.
How to Grow Sour Grape Feminized Marijuana Seeds?
For first-time marijuana growers, the Sour Grape marijuana strain is perfect. Most growers use clippings from this plant to grow a cloned variety, even though buying these seeds online is nearly impossible. This strain’s versatility helps it develop quickly indoors or outdoors, yielding up to 400-600g on average in just 8-10 weeks! This tall bushy plant grows mouthwateringly beautiful medium-sized dense buds covered in sticky trichomes.
Gardeners should expect a yield of 400-500g/m2 when using the SCROG system with soil or a hydroponic setup for indoor growing. This hardy plant can grow buds twice the size of the average when transferred to a 12:12 loop. If the grower wishes to bring out the purple color of the plant, exposing it to cold temperatures will do the trick. It’s also a brilliant idea to use a carbon filter to control the plant’s heavy odor.
When grown outdoors in a warm, dry environment between 22 and 26 degrees Celsius, this strain can produce up to 600g per plant from late October to early September. Expect this plant to grow large and tall, producing a large yield.