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how to grow purple weed

How to grow purple weed

Purple weed buds really draw attention. It’s hard to believe but there are a lot of cannabis growers out there that will tell their customer’s purple weed is better or more potent than a standard green bud and this is completely wrong.

1. What’s The Difference Between Green and Purple Buds?

It seems like having a cooler night period can encourage cannabis plants to display red, pink, or purple colors. This does not work with all strains and while trying to change colors with low temperatures you may sometimes shock your plants, resulting in smaller yields. You can go as low as 13C (55F) with most strains and it shouldn’t be a problem, but remember you can cause permanent damage for some cold-sensitive strains.

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There’s no correct way to know if purple weed is more potent. In fact, purple weed can be more potent than green buds or vice-versa. But have in mind that color has nothing to do with it, it’s all about genetics. If you’re a fan of purple strains, our LSD-25 with THC levels above 21% is just the right option.

How to grow purple weed

Yield: High

Grow Difficulty: Easy

Flowering Time: 8-9 weeks

Feeding: Feed moderately during flowering, then bump up the phosphorus to maximize the yield.

Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor gardens tend to produce bigger yields, but Purple Haze does well indoors as well.

How to grow purple weed

Flowering time: 7-8 weeks

Yield: Moderate to high

Grow difficulty: Easy to moderate

Indoor/outdoor: Purple Kush does well both indoors and outdoors, given its ability to handle cooler temperatures. If grown outside, carefully monitor bud growth and moisture to prevent bud rot from occurring.

Climate: Prefers cool to moderate temperatures between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit.