12 to 16 oz/ m2 indoor /16 oz/ m2 plant outdoor
Albert Walker is a cross between Afghan Skunk and an unknown Indica. As a result, sour lemon and skunk smell and heavy full-body effects that can last for a long period.
This strain has a bud of a colorful mix of light green, gray, and brown, all covered with a heavy coat of sticky trichomes. This is most sold almost particularly on the West Coast; this is worth the quest if you look for a good treat.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Albert Walker?
Albert Walker, perfect grapefruit and orange, lemon, citrus with an undertone pine taste. This strain can be responsible for a relaxed, happy, euphoric, focused, and uplifted feeling.
What are the Medical Benefits of Albert Walker?
A relaxing effect for fatigue, stress, and pain, and it also helps ease headaches and depression; that’s what this strain called; Albert Walker can do when it comes to medicinal properties.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Albert Walker
Dizziness, drying of the mouth, and drying of the eyes are just a few of the adverse effects that can be felt when using Albert Walker. Some may even feel paranoid and headache.
How to Grow Albert Walker?
Albert Walker can grow both indoors and outdoors, but it is advised to watch out for this plant if needed because of its tall stature, it’s not a guarantee that it can survive given a situation if it’s not well taken care of. There should be support for branches. A higher yield can be attained as long as it is given full nutrients and care.