Growing the Passion Fruit
The harvest you can expect from this strain is around 500 to 600+ grams per m² if you grow her in optimal conditions. This sturdy lady can withstand colder night temperatures and this makes her extremely suitable for outdoor cultivation. Expect huge plants that can reach 2.5 to 3.5 m in height and just as wide, if you provide the right soil, nutrients and sunlight.
When you place her in a greenhouse, make sure there is sufficient ventilation so that you reduce the risk of mold and bud rot. Flowering takes about 8 to 9 weeks, if you include the recommended vegetative phase, it takes about 12 to 15 weeks from seed to harvest.
Flowering time of Passion Fruit
If you grow your plants in a SOG setup, this is possible with a 12/12 light schedule, immediately after germination. A pre-growth period of six weeks is best if you only grow a few plants per m².
Techniques such as LST (low stress training) and HST (high stress training) are very successful. If you want to make her even bushier than she already is, topping or fimming is a good way. Do not top/fimm an Indica-dominant phenotype, you will destroy her main cola.
Flavours of Passion Fruit cannabis
This hybrid variety is the result of a marriage between two incredibly fruity varieties. They wanted to create a strain that is even better than its parents and they succeeded well. If you smell her buds, you will immediately imagine yourself in a candy store!
Her sweet, citrus, sour and orange aromas will immediately catch your eye. If you want a super tasty strain that really smells and tastes like fruit, you will love Passion Fruit feminized seeds!
Effects of the Passion Fruit cannabis
The THC content of this strain is at 20%, making her one of the strongest varieties in our lab. Her effect is powerful and cerebral, but doesn’t destroy or make you paranoid. This lady’s original Orange Bud genetics provide a high that is uplifting and social. This is also an excellent strain for growers looking for THC-rich plants with exceptional quality to use as mother plants.