Dutch Dragon

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Overview
Seed Type
Sativa Dominant
THC Content
15% to 20%
Flavors
Flavors:  Lemon, pine, sweet, woody
Flowering Period
9 weeks to 10 weeks
Climate
Mediterranean climate
Yield
18 oz/ M2 indoor and 36oz/ plant or more outdoors
Height
Up to 9 feet outdoor
Growing Difficulty
Easy
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Strain Information

Dutch Dragon is a pure African Sativa, and it all started from the Swaziland, Southern Africa. The seeds were taken by the Paradise Seeds and brought it to the Netherlands from then on, they used it to breed the Dutch Dragon in 1994. It has another version that is not that known, but nevertheless, pure Sativa marijuana is most sought cannabis. The Dutch Dragon has already won the 2006 High Times Cannabis Cup, Bio Category. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Dutch Dragon?

The sweetness of fruity citrus and orange taste with tangerine flavors and the earthy herbal twist is enjoyed with the euphoric happiness. As the high kicks in, your mood will be uplifted and make you energetic. To finish the process, as it mellows down, munchies should be prepared. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Dutch Dragon?

Dutch Dragon has been proven to take control of the depression or to a person suffering from melancholia. The pain, such as chronic pain, pain from injuries, headache and PMS, and the throbbing on an inflamed part of the body will also subside. If you have been experiencing nausea and lacking appetite, Dutch Dragon will be beneficial for you.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Dutch Dragon?

Headache and anxiety are already given after taking the Dutch Dragon, but is sometimes, when you took too much because you love the flavor and high so much, drying of the eyes, the paranoia and dizziness will definitely be experienced.

How to Grow Dutch Dragon?

The basic method to handle this plant is to top and trim at an earlier stage to control the growth. 

Dutch Dragon is not for newbies to grow.  Preparation before planting is a must to do with this plant. Land preparation is a must to have healthier soil; most gardeners would consider doing composting. There are a lot of composting to consider, but you should opt to choose the mulching for an outdoor bed. Mulching is done by using organic materials for the backyard.  Break down all your organic mulch materials as much as possible to hasten the process. If you want to use the bark of trees or timber you can ask form someone with wood chipper or shredder to break branches of trees. 

Now for indoor cultivation, using methods that will help you to lighten up your workload, such Screen of Green will do the job. The Screen of Green is as easy as weaving the branches of the cannabis into a screen to help to handle the branches. It can also be a helpful option to hold high branches and initiate a good ventilation process for the lower nodes.  This method also can be easier to prune the plants.