Western Culture Seeds has long been making crosses with different varieties of strains of marijuana plants.
It has recently introduced the novel Dutch Treat - Sour, a plant with important medicinal properties.
What is the Dutch Treat - Sour morphology?
Dutch Treat is described as a clear green plant, ideal for indoor cultivation or discreet gardens.
It tends to be a plant with a narrow, dense appearance. This makes it manageable and adaptable to spaces.
Its buds are very dense and are covered by resinous crystals with a certain shade of gold.
It has the capacity to emanate strong and penetrating aromas in the environment, like perfume with essences similar to incense.
How does Dutch Treat - Sour taste?
Although Dutch Treat - Sour is a variety with a high THC content, this does not influence the warmth of its aroma and taste.
Citrus and fine wood aromas are present, very similar to pine intertwined with eucalyptus.
This is perfectly reflected in the taste left in the consumer's mouth.
What is the effect of Dutch Treat - Sour?
The effects related to the consumption of Dutch Treat - Sour are focused on the high that is presented at mental level.
This allows the plant to act as an elevator of ideas or, in other words, to activate the creative area of the brain.
You can consume it during daytime activities as long as you are able to control the powerful psychoactive sensations.
When its effects begin to diminish, a feeling of relaxation is retained, although the active state of the body is not lost.
How much does Dutch Treat - Sour produce?
It’s an average production plant compared to other varieties.
This amount is in line with its low height. However, this plant achieves respectable production levels for buds of incredible quality, with a generation of 400 gr per plant outdoors.
These buds have THC levels of up to 18% and a CBD of 0.23%, perfect for consumers looking for a strain with strong THC.
Its flowering period under normal conditions is generated between 7 and 8 weeks after its germination.
It’s possible to achieve an increase in the amount of crop if the development of the plant is taken care of in the correct way. As you would expect, a crop requires enough light and water to strengthen its roots.
Although it's a very small plant, it needs to be in contact with the minerals required to strengthen its branches and avoid the presence of pests or diseases that jeopardize the quality of its buds.