Hand in hand with the great seed bank Barney's Farm, comes to PEV Grow one of its latest novelties and has become a reference in a very short time, Orange Sherbert!
Dutch breeders have lined up perfectly in this weed, which is derived from a triple cross between Orange Cream x Purple Urkle and Cherry Pie, getting a marijuana plant with an exceptional taste and an effect sought by those who want to escape from reality for a while.
What is the morphology of Orange Sherbert?
This is a strain mostly indica, which can be seen in its structure, with wide ramification in the lower parts and a tendency to shorten upwards, giving it the typical form of fir. The distance between knots is short/medium, so you will have to watch for rotting. Its buds are dense and very appetizing, with an orange aroma that will dazzle the most gourmet growers.
What's the flavor of Orange Sherbert?
Get ready to live one of the most special smokes of your life, a sweet orange flavour, very unique and that makes it very easy to smoke, an invitation to stay knock out when you least expect it.
What's the effect of Orange Sherbert?
Very relaxing, a smoke that leaves your body in a state of complete calm, ideal for leaving aside the problems that block your inner peace.
How is Orange Sherbert cultivated?
In indoor crops, it is very easy to cultivate, just take into account install an active carbon filter in the extraction system, to prevent neighbors are bothered by its intense aroma. I have managed to get its best version in 2,9 US gal pots (11-litre pots), with which I could put 9 plants per 3x3ft. It is important that you check humidity levels between 40 and 70% maximum, as its structure is prone to lack of ventilation in low areas and fungus appearance. As a good preventer, use Propolix.
In outdoor crops, it likes climates of sunny and dry summers, although its resistance to cold is maximum and to the attacks of fairly high fungi, also forgives well the mistakes or excesses of novice growers. To get the best version, plant it directly on the ground or in a large pot of 13,2 US gal (50 liters), with a substrate with coconut fiber in a concentration of 20%, so that the roots have plenty of room to develop freely.
How much does Orange Sherbert produce?
The production is excellent, about 21,2 oz per 3x3ft (600 grams per m2) indoors and 24,7 oz (700 grams) per plant outdoors.
Orange Sherbert from Barney's Farm comes to PevGrow to dazzle your senses and make you live a unique sensory experience. Don't miss it!