Dutch Crunch

Dutch Crunch

  • Type
  • Flowering Period
    6 to 8 weeks
  • Climate
    Warm environment, Mediterranean
  • Yield
    100 to 250 g/m2
  • Flavors
    Citrus, citrusy, pine, cedar
  • THC Content
  • Height
    >2 m
  • Growing Difficulty

Strain Information

Dutch Crunch or also known as Dutch Treat, was first initially grown in the Pacific Northwest but is presently very common in Amsterdam.  This strain was developed by crossing Jack Herer with Dutch Treat. 

It  has a round body and wispy leaves. It can treat stress, illness, tiredness, and appetite suppression. It is best used during nighttime.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Dutch Crunch Strains?

The fragrance of this strain, while nice, isn’t unusually essential or pungent. It has a muted woodsy smell of cedar and pine accented by some nonspecific citrus sweetness on its buds. It also has a pleasant aftertaste of wood and cedar trails in the mouth. It will give the user active and chill feeling. Additionally, it will leave a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere.

What are the Medical Benefits of Dutch Crunch? 

This strain can cure headaches and muscle pains.  Dutch Crunch produces spontaneous uplift that presents itself to sociability and some self-esteem boost. It may also induce sleep and relaxation.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Dutch Crunch

Dutch Crunch causes tiredness and laziness. It may also leave the user dizzy and sensitive towards his environment, making him uneasy and irritable. It may also make the user a little bit of drier lips and eyes. 

How to Grow Dutch Crunch? Some information and Tips

Cutting and trimming should be done when planting Dutch Crunch indoors because of its bushy shade. If planting outdoors, farmers should keep the plants in an environment that doesn’t shift beyond the ideal range of 72 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit to have a higher yield.

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