Tips for growing Alaskan Thunder Fuck cannabis

Advanced Nutrients
Presented ByAdvanced NutrientsPublished on June 28, 2017 · Last updated July 28, 2020

This article is presented by Advanced Nutrients, a global company raising the bud weights and reputations of cannabis growers since 1999.

Strain overview: An old school sativa perfected in Northern California, this strain later made its way up to Alaska in the 1970s to be hybridized with an Afghani indica. Some believe a ruderalis variety also made its way into the breeding process. Alaskan Thunder Fuck (ATF) offers strong flavors of pine, lemon, and menthol. Its high is cerebral and is known to creep up on consumers slowly.

Grow techniques: Grow ATF outside if you are looking for a cold weather strain. Make sure the plant has plenty of sun exposure and food to stimulate growth in colder climates. Growing your plants in trenches instead of pots will help keep the roots warmer in colder temperatures.

Flowering time: 9 to 10 weeks

Yield: Moderate

Grow difficulty: Moderate

Climate: Thrives in cool to moderate climates between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

Indoor/outdoor: Grows well both indoors and outdoors. It’s an ideal strain for those further north who experience colder weather.

Feeding: Plants in cold climates need nutrients to grow big. Nutrient-rich soils high in nitrogen and microorganisms will ensure that your outdoor ATF takes off early in the season. Silica will help bring the buds to maturity and ensure they finish to their full potential.

(Advanced Nutrients)

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