Trey Keller, Customer
Trey Keller, Customer
Feminized Cannabis seeds
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BUY Dessert Pack Seeds
Premium Cultivars’ new mix packs are here! Buy an amazing selection of cannabis seeds handpicked by us for their complimentary traits. The Dessert Pack contains three different strains all selected based on the theme of dessert.
What is the Dessert Mix Pack?
Enjoy some of the best strains out there; Biscotti, Sundae Driver, and Georgia Pie – and prepare for a slew of productive indica strains.
These three strains come straight from Premium Cultivars’ kitchen, bringing an intriguing assortment of Indica-dominant cultivars. Aside from being powerful, the three are one of the most well-known names in the cannabis sector, sitting at the top of the market.
The Dessert mix pack offers variety and value, with the choice of 3 different strains and two different sizes, with three seeds of each strain (9 seeds total) and six seeds of each strain (18 seeds in total).
Why should I buy the Dessert Mix Pack?
The beauty of the Dessert mix pack is that you get a grab bag of different phenotypes. Aside from the sheer variety of Dessert mix packs, they also provide exceptional value to the farmer. This Dessert mix pack contains seeds from the inventory from three carefully selected exquisite strains.
So, to break it down fully, the prices are as follows:
- 3×3 seeds – $149 ($16.50 per seed)
- 3×6 seeds – $249 ($13.83 per seed)
This single cannabis seed mix pack contains three distinct strains at an affordable price of 3×3 seeds – $149 ($16.50 per seed) or 3×6 seeds – $249 ($13.83 per seed). However, these prices cannot compare to single seed packets, which are approximately the same price but include fewer single strain seeds.
What strains are included in the Dessert Mix Pack?
Biscotti can be cultivated both indoors and outside. Biscotti, a relatively new cannabis strain on the market, might be challenging to produce for novices due to a lack of growing knowledge about this strain.
Additionally, its Indica-dominant characteristics result in a small and bushy plant that requires little plant training to maintain yields high and the plant healthy. Biscotti has the appearance to match its name. While you might ignore its tiny popcorn buds at first look, closer investigation reveals that they are covered in transparent trichomes surrounding every crevice of the buds.
The original profile of Sundae Driver was a cross of Fruity Pebbles OG and Grape Pie. It’s a novel strain with the potential to become a classic. According to producers, this strain boasts light green and purple buds saturated in trichomes. Sundae Driver seeds are a fantastic luxury for anybody wishing to cultivate something unique.
Additionally, these cannabis seeds are somewhat tough to grow. Sundae Driver seeds grow well inside and outside and enjoy a temperate area with moderate humidity. Sundae Driver is also a tall, thin shrub that grows around six feet tall. LST may be used to regulate the canopy and mitigate the impacts of stretching. This cannabis strain usually is ready for harvest around the middle of October.
Georgia Pie is a somewhat Indica-dominant hybrid strain (60% Indica/40% Sativa) produced by crossing the legendary Gellati X Kush Mints strains. Furthermore, Georgia Pie is pretty straightforward to grow.
Can I grow multiple cannabis strains at the same time?
Yes. One of the critical advantages of cultivating several strains in the same grow room is the rise in the number of kinds that occurs from growing them together. Growing diverse strains in the same grow room results in unique variation in terms of crop.
The varied strains react differently to the conditions present for growth, allowing them to maximize them to provide optimum yield provided the grower considers the strains’ distinctiveness.
Moreover, growing a range of comparable Feminized cannabis seeds can keep your jars stocked with a never-ending supply of different buds, whether you’re a novice or an experienced farmer.
Training techniques to help you grow the Dessert Mix Pack
Growers all around the world utilize training techniques to modify and improve the growth of several cannabis plants at the same time. This contributes to stronger, bushier plants with a higher total yield. Growers now have greater control over the size of their garden and produce than ever before.
Pruning is a popular and practical method of managing and directing the development of your cannabis plant. Pruning can aid in maintaining your plant’s growth, stimulate lateral branching, delay flowering, and boost output. Snipping parts of your Dessert mix pack seeds as they mature may look weird. However, cutting excessive growth may shift the crop’s energy and resources away from developing huge blossoms. Pruning is also a simple skill that improves and becomes more straightforward with practice.
Low-Stress Training (LST)
LST is a simple approach for enhancing yields by controlling plant growth to maximize light coverage. LST techniques, as the name implies, allow farmers to train their plants without causing excessive stress.
LST cannabis training involves bending and tying the stems and branches of emerging plants. The low-stress technique isn’t something you do once and then forget about. You’ll need to accomplish something every day to keep your optimum development pattern.
Lollipopping is a common high-yield pruning technique among indoor cannabis gardeners. The concept of lollipopping is “less is more,” and it is a simple practice that gardeners of all abilities may apply to enhance bud production early in bloom. When lower bud sites are removed from a cannabis plant, all plant energy is directed to the top, bigger, fatter buds. Furthermore, no tools are required other than a pair of scissors.
Other things to consider when growing the Dessert Mix Pack
Consider the advantages and disadvantages of your circumstances while cultivating Dessert Mix pack cannabis indoors or outdoors. However, for your plants to grow, you must ensure they receive adequate water and remain at the proper temperature.
You will have total control indoors, but you will need to set up irrigation and lighting systems for your plants to thrive. Your indoor plants will be hidden and less likely to draw unwanted attention.
Furthermore, you will have total control over the climate in your grow room, allowing you to modify variables such as temperature, humidity, and light hours to create the optimal environment for your plants.
Growing outdoors is advantageous since it helps you to save money. After all, you won’t need to purchase a grow light by utilizing the sun’s natural power. However, the main disadvantage of growing outside is that you have no control over your plants’ environment and light exposure. Furthermore, outdoor operations are more likely to draw attention, which might be troublesome if you reside in an area where cannabis growth is prohibited. You will also experience issues with pest and diseases.
All seeds in the Dessert Mix Pack are HpLVD Free
The Dessert Mix pack contains seeds that are HpLVD-free. HLVd does not injure the plant or provide apparent signs of infection (like leaves curling or yellowing), but it does cause subtle symptoms known as “dudding.”
During the vegetative stage, HLVd-infected plants have a shorter height, fewer leaves, and tighter spacing between nodes.
Blooming plants infested with HLVd have significantly fewer, smaller, and looser buds overall. The potency of cannabis plants contaminated with HLVd is determined to be half that of healthy plants, with a 30% reduction in overall yield.
Moreover, since HLVd is most commonly spread through contaminated tools and equipment, gardeners should always sterilize their instruments before working on a new plant. HLVd can also be transmitted during the cloning procedure if cuttings are acquired from an infected mother.
Because HLVd signs are not always obvious in the vegetative stage, it may be challenging to recognize mother plants infected with the virus. This is particularly true if the infection happens later in the plant’s development when the plant’s growth will be less clearly inhibited due to the illness.