Sour Grape Feminized Strain Specifications
Type: Sativa-dominant (60% Sativa 40% Indica)
Genetics Parents: Grapefruit x Sour Kush
Flowering Period: 8-10 weeks
Climate: Indoor, Sunny, Mediterranean
Yield: 500g/m2 indoors/ 500-1000g per plant outdoors
Flavors: Grapefruit, sour, lemon, citrus
THC Level: 18%
CBD Level: 0.01%
Harvest Period: September
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Sour Grape Feminized Strain?
The Sour Grape marijuana strain has a mouthwatering sweet grape taste with a sour aftertaste. Despite its fruity diesel aroma, this strain gives you a delightful high that stimulates the creative mind. It has the capability to improve the smoker’s mood in an instant and at the same time relaxes the body with every toke. This strain can also give you munchies.
What are the Medical Benefits of Sour Grape Feminized Strain?
The Sour Grape marijuana strain has a heavy numbing effect that helps relieve stress, chronic pain and migraines. With its elevating buzz, this strain works best to help treat depression, anxiety and insomnia too. Moreover, because of this strain’s munchies effect, those experiencing eating disorders will gain the appetite that they need.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Sour Grape Feminized Strain
Sour Grape users may experience increased levels of paranoia, anxiety and headache when used too much. Users may also experience dry mouth and eyes as adverse effects, so it is important to drink copious amounts of fluids to stay hydrated.
How to Grow Sour Grape Feminized Strain
The Sour Grape marijuana strain is an excellent grow for first time marijuana gardeners. Though it is nearly impossible to purchase these seeds online, most growers use clippings from this plant to grow a clone strain. With its versatility, this strain can swiftly grow indoors or outdoors and can yield up to an average of 400-600g in just 8-10 weeks! This tall bushy plant produces medium-sized dense buds wrapped in sticky trichomes that are mouthwateringly beautiful.
For indoor growing, gardeners can expect a yield of 400-500g/m2 through the SCROG method with the use of soil or a hydroponic setup. When switched to a 12:12 cycle, this sturdy plant can produce buds that are twice the average size. If the grower aims to bring out its purple shade, exposing this plant to low temperatures will do the job. It is also ideal to use a carbon filter to control the potent odor that this plant emits.
For outdoor growing, this strain can yield up to 600g per plant at around late October to early September when placed in a warm and dry area between 22-26 degrees Celsius. Expect this plant to grow big and tall and produce a copious amount of harvest.