Dutch Dragon from Paradise Seeds is one of the most popular strains thanks to its great production and power.
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How is the structure of Dutch Dragon?
This variety was created in 1994 and improved in 2002 by Paradise Seeds, it has a genetics from Swaziland combined with Dutch Skunks.
This plant grows with strong buds filled with resin, visually similar to foxtails, it is tall, long, the distance between the knots is long and the stems thin and long with small leaves.
It is distinguished by the long and sticky tails, the branching is very light and the production of impressive crops, its concentration THC from 17% to 21%, it is ideal for making extractions.
It has the ability to withstand any climate without problems; however, thanks to its fine stems must be protected from strong winds preventing them from breaking, it can adapt to outdoor and indoor crops obtaining optimal results in the crops.
How do you know Dutch Dragon?
Perfect for American sativa lovers, this strain surprises with a combination of flavours that will make you want more and more.
Its taste is sweet and floral, with a mixture of nectar, gum, lilac and vanilla with citrus tones of lime, lemon, tangerine, fruit punch and shades of earth, soda and bitter.
The aroma is sweet and floral with a mixture of chewing gum, strawberry, berry and fruit that intoxicates the environment with tones of mint, spicy, tasty, with fine herbs such as fennel and parsley with hints of leather and earth.
Let your taste buds start enjoying this fruity taste with sweet citrus tones. Does your mouth water?
What is the effect of Dutch Dragon?
With a few puffs you will begin to enjoy a brain uplifting, psychedelic, activating and hilarious, energetic and appetizing effect.
It also has a physical, introspective, aphrodisiac and meditative effect, pacifying the body.
Stimulate your creativity to have fun with friends, this strain can keep you active, relaxed and nerveless thanks to its cerebral and physical effect.
Its consumption is ideal for social gatherings and keeping you active with a desire to do many things, if used in the morning the effect is long lasting and can be felt throughout the day.
It has medicinal uses for different diseases such as anxiety, fibromyalgia, intestinal problems, anxiety deficit disorder with hyperactivity and arthritis.
How do you grow Dutch Dragon?
Dutch Dragon can withstand any climate; however it is grown especially for growers in South America, Spain, the southern United States and Italy.
Sunny and Mediterranean climates are the perfect ingredients for a strong, vigorous and high-yielding plant.
It is good on the outside to protect the stems when they are in areas with strong winds, using a stake in its central stem, can be stakes or rings. Helping the stem not to break and having a better yield and growth of the plant.
Indoors this strain is difficult to control in its growth, that's why it is recommended to do it by more experienced growers. We recommend the SOG cultures, with 18 pots of 1.5 US gal (5.5 liters) or 24 plants per 3x3ft (m²) taking advantage of the cultivation space. It is important that the cuttings are from the same plant and in its growth stage are under the artificial light 18 hours and 6 off.
Dutch Dragon will be ready to flower in a maximum of 10 weeks, developing large flowers until full maturity. Once the flowering stage is reached the artificial light should be for 12 hours and 12 hours without light.
This variety reacts best to relatively low pH's of 6 to 6.5, that is why it is recommended to control the soil pH using a nutrient solution in the crops of Dutch Dragon. Each of the pots should have a solution of nutrients and fertilizers to grow healthy.
What is the indoor and outdoor production of Dutch Dragon?
It is one of the plants with the highest production, considered as a sativa beast with its vigorous and rapid growth.
It has a high yield and in crops with a controlled climate may be able to produce 17.6 oz per 3x3ft (500 gr per m²).
In outside, under the light of the star king, it can produce up to 35.3 oz (1000 grams) per plant grown in soil.
If you are a novice, this is the strain you are looking for for outdoor cultivation as it will resist any weather, although you must protect it from the strong wind.