Allie Calderon, Customer
Allie Calderon, Customer
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What is the Tricolor Mix Pack?
The Tricolor mix pack consists of cannabis seeds that have three different colors in their plants. Blue Zushi, Pink Certz, and Yellow Zushi cannabis seeds are contained in the Tricolor mix pack. The Tricolor mix pack offers variety and value, with three unique strains and two various sizes, three seeds of each strain (9 seeds total) and six cannabis seeds of each strain (18 seeds total).
Why should I buy the Tricolor Mix Pack?
A single Tricolor mix pack has three distinct strains and costs $149 for 3×3 seeds ($16.50 each seed) or $249 for 3×6 seeds ($13.83 per seed). However, you cannot match these prices to single seed packets, which are approximately the same price but contain fewer single strain seeds.
So, to reiterate, there are two different sizes for mix packs, they are:
- 3×3 seeds – $149 ($16.50 per seed)
- 3×6 seeds – $249 ($13.83 per seed)
What strains are included in the Tricolor Mix Pack?
The Tricolor mix pack has an amazing selection of strains representing three colors.
Blue Zushi is a somewhat Indica dominant hybrid strain (60% Indica/40% Sativa) produced by crossing the tasty Zkittlez and Kush Mints strains. Blue Zushi is ideal for any Indica enthusiast. Small and fluffy circular forest green nugs with deep blue overtones, brilliant orange hairs, and a thick frosty layer of magnificent tiny blue-tinted white crystal trichomes surround this cannabis bud. When you rip apart each shimmering little nugget, after the cannabis flowers.
Additionally, Blue Zushi is relatively easy to grow.
Pink Certz strain is a cross between the strains Grape Gasoline and The Menthol. The growers named it “Pink Certz” because the blooms resemble Pink Starburst candy. The buds are thick, purple, and covered with pink hairs. Pink Certz strain may be grown both indoors and outdoors. However, because of the regulated atmosphere, it is suggested that you cultivate this strain inside. In addition, growing Pink Certz is easier if you use various cannabis gardening techniques.
Yellow Zushi is a recent cannabis strain with pure genetic ancestry from the Hindu Kush. In the summer of 2012, the Yellow Zushi strain was established by combining a Hindu Kush dominant female with a Golden Teacher dominant male. The Yellow Zushi strain is a powerful Sativa-dominant hybrid suitable for almost any grower. This strain has a 70:30 Indica/Sativa ratio.
The Yellow Zushi strain has short, golden buds that are densely packed. This strain has purple-colored hairs running down the leaves, a highly intriguing trait that adds to the plant’s attractiveness. The leaves are tall and spade-shaped, and the calyxes are very fan-leafed, with up to 1% growth coming from each leaf node. The Yellow Zushi variety is a tough plant with high yields for an Indica. The plants thrive in both cold and hot conditions.
Can I grow multiple cannabis strains at the same time?
Many cannabis farmers love having several distinct cannabis strains in their grow area simultaneously. The multi-strain technique guarantees that the farmer has a diverse range of buds to enjoy at harvest. Growing multiple Feminized strains together may be an excellent opportunity for growers who have mastered the fundamentals of cannabis cultivation.
Training techniques to help you grow the Tricolor Mix Pack
Plant-training methods are not novel or cannabis-specific. However, training plants have long been employed for various reasons, including artistic (aesthetic) goals, enhanced yield, and structural purposes. You must utilize one of these strategies to tame your indoor or outdoor cannabis production unless you desire a wild cannabis garden.
Lollipopping is another word for pruning, which involves cutting lower leaves and branches to improve plant accessibility, ventilation, visibility, and production. Generally, lollipopping cannabis is suitable for medium to big cannabis plants grown indoors or outdoors because the plant’s underside is unlikely to receive much light. As a result of reducing the lowest development level, the cannabis plant may concentrate its energy on the uppermost area.
Consider a lollipop to visualize this approach. The candy is on top, supported by the stick beneath it. Regarding cannabis, the upper limb concentrates on bud development, while the lower branch supports the remainder of the plant.
Super cropping may be used in both indoor and outdoor cannabis gardens. Cannabis plants are incredibly resilient and respond fast to adversity. Crushing a stem leads to accelerated growth in the case of super cropping.
This strategy, however, is well known in the cannabis world. When cannabis plants are left alone, they naturally demonstrate apical dominance. The topmost portion of the plant is the dominant branch in apical dominance.
Additionally, crushing one or more stems strategically disrupts apical dominance and distributes hormones throughout the plant. When the hormones are produced, the cannabis plants decrease apical development and promote lateral growth.
Sea of Green
The Sea of Green approach has been employed by generations of cannabis farmers. The number of plants inside a particular space may be increased to the extreme by changing the size of a cannabis plant. The SOG technique, in general, demonstrates numerous tiny plants in a given space, an equal canopy, quick turnover, and a concentration on apical dominance.
Unlike the other training techniques, the Sea Of Green strategy is the only one that focuses on maintaining apical dominance. The goal is to harvest the most bud from each plant’s topmost bud locations because the plants never reach their maximum size.
Other things to consider when growing the Tricolor Mix Pack
Environmental conditions are critical in cannabis growing for proper plant development, whether indoors or outdoors. Growers can regulate variables like temperature and humidity, a significant advantage of indoor cannabis growth.
As a result, you may avoid some of the dangers connected with outdoor production, such as bad weather. Growing cannabis outdoors is ideal since it saves money and allows you to rely on the sun’s power.
However, extreme heat is the enemy of good outdoor plant development, producing heat stress and leaf edges and tips curling. While a water shortage is apparent, you can occasionally find the problem closer to home in the shape of your growing media. Red spider mites are common pests that feed on your plant’s chlorophyll stores, causing little white or yellow patches on the leaves. Aphids and fungus gnats will attach to your plant and suck out the fluids.
All seeds in the Tricolor Mix Pack are HpLVD Free
The cannabis seeds in the Tricolor mix pack are HpLVD-free. Hop Latent Viroid (also known as HpLVd or HLV for short) is frequently characterized as a cannabis virus. However, it is a pathogenic RNA that is particular to plants, and its precise designation is a “viroid.”
The issue for cannabis farmers is that this viroid is latent, and even contaminated plants can be asymptomatic, complicating identification.
While HpLVd is still strongly linked to large-scale cannabis production facilities, cautious home growers should take some easy precautions to reduce their chance of infection. The primary guideline for avoiding the danger of introducing cannabis-related pests and illnesses into the grow room is the same.
Additionally, HpLVd is now the topic of investigation as scientists strive to figure out how it attacks cannabis plants.
Lack of sound grow facility cleanliness, and disease propagation among cannabis clone plants have been recognized as two critical causes of increasing infection rates inside harvests.
The viroid is most likely transferred by contact with an infected plant, and research indicates that the most likely source of infection in commercial grow rooms is through cutting tools (e.g., pruning tools) that have not been thoroughly sanitized.
The use of clones from diseased mother plants transported into the grow facility appears to be the other significant source of infection.