Does what is says on the tin, a strain with a fruity taste and a punch off THC, it has a dominant sativa strain ranging around 70% sativa 30% indica, offering a body and mind high. Fruit punch is a strain everyone needs in there medicine cabinet as it offers around 1.2% CBD, and also comes with a range off medical reasons, this is why it is a very popular strain. Fruit punch will give you the energy spark you need, and take the edge off stress away after a long day at work.
A strain that can be smoked throughout the day, a creative high that will allow you to still get some work done throughout the day. Offering a sweet and fruity taste that tastes more like a dessert. As you can expect a sweet smelling strain that is extremely pungent and is one off the main selling points for this strain.
- Chronic Stress
- Anti Depressants
- Turbulent Emotions
- Physical Fatigue
- Lack Off Appetite
As Fruit punch is mainly sativa you should expect a lanky tall structure which is normal for most sativa strains. If grown without any training this strain will just grow upwards and just focus on the one main cola which will decrease your yield and you will find your bud quality isn’t as good as you would want it to be.
Not everyone will have the option off growing this strain outdoors as it requires high climates and needs a Mediterranean type off environment. Wherever grown this strain will need topping as it will reach tall heights, so if growing indoors make sure you have the room for it first off all, as once moved to flowering you can expect them to double or triple in size. Check out my training blog for more on how it is done.
Growing this strain indoors will get you around 21 ounces per square meter, you should see a 7-9 week flowering time, that timescale is around average for most strains out on the market today. I would advise finishing your grow with a 2 week flush to get rid off any nutrients.
Fruit punch is a very big yielder, you can get around 35 ounces per plant on average if grown in the correct cool environment. A harvesting time off around late September-mid October outdoors. Make sure you implement training methods if grown outside to get too 35 ounces per plant.