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Tips for growing Lemon Haze cannabis

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

Strain overview: A cross between Lemon Skunk and Silver Haze, Lemon Haze offers an uplifting high alongside a zesty lemon aroma. Known to produce high levels of the citrusy terpene limonene, Lemon Haze’s scent alone can stimulate the mind and body.

Grow techniques: Be aware of your grow space and make sure you have room for the plants to stretch when they begin to flower. Topping the plants in vegetation will help distribute the growth to the lower parts of the plant and even out the canopy. Trellis or stake your garden to support the buds as they take on weight. Lemon Haze grows well as a hydroponic plant where you can speed up the rate of development and get an early harvest.

Flowering time: 9-10 weeks

Yield: Moderate to high

Grow difficulty: Moderate

Climate: Warm climates with temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

Indoor/outdoor: Lemon Haze is a strain that grows best indoors where a warm climate can be maintained. If grown outdoors, make sure your climate stays warm enough to handle the long flowering cycle; otherwise, the buds might not grow to their fullest potential.

Feeding: Sativa-dominant strains should be carefully fed. Silica is recommended for strengthening the branches as the buds start to gain weight in their flowering cycle.

(Advanced Nutrients)

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