Tips for Growing Headband Cannabis
Strain Overview: With parents OG Kush
and Sour Diesel
, you can only expect greatness from their offspring, Headband
. Its flavor profile is unmistakable, combining the intense aromas of both strains to create a strong earthy diesel scent. Headband acquired its name after the breeders noticed that the strain caused a “halo” of pressure around the forehead when consumed.
Grow Techniques: Headband is known for its small popcorn-like buds. Because of this, training the plant
is necessary to improve the yield. A hydroponic or soil based SCROG (screen of green) will help ensure that all buds have a fair chance to fully develop, improving your yield and bud quality.
Flowering Time: 9-10 weeks
Yield: Moderate to low
Grow Difficulty: Moderate to difficult
Climate: Prefers a moderate to warm climate with temperatures between 68 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
Indoor/Outdoor: This is a good strain to grow indoors or out. If grown outdoors, it’s best cultivated in regions with temperate fall weather as the flowering time is longer than most strains.
Feeding: This plant is sativa-dominant with OG lineage, so you need to be on top of your feeding. While the plant is vegging, make sure you are not under feeding or burning the plant.
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