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When grown indoors, this strain proves itself to be highly aromatic and fast-growing – meaning that a simple anti-odor filter won’t be enough; you’ll need to use other systems to hide the smell, such as an ozone generator or an anti-odor filter. It grows out into an open structure with plenty of branches, guaranteeing yields of up to 550g if you place 12 plants per square meter. It has an approximate flowering time of around 8 to 9 weeks, in which you’ll see the size of the flowers increase almost day by day.
For outdoor grows this strain makes for a manageable plant that’s easy to take care of, although it has a slight issue with low temperatures or brusque temperature changes. When grown in a stable climate, this strain offers amazing plants that can be over 2.5m tall, with an outstanding yield capacity – some plants can even produce up to 1kg. Like any good indica it grows quite fast, and it’ll be ready for harvesting just before the temperatures begin to get drastic. It should be ready around mid-September, making it the perfect option for impatient growers that tend to harvest too early.
The Appalachian genes in this strain gives it some amazing features, combining fruity notes and a nice sweet aftertaste, classic when it comes to the original Sugar Black Rose. It has a demolishing effect when it comes to the high, making it perfect for when you need to relax or are having trouble sleeping, as it offers such a potent high that you’ll most likely end up asleep. It can have over 24% THC, guaranteeing a strong psychoactive high that can last for quite a while.