Sweet ‘n Sour Outdoor min

Sweet ‘n Sour Outdoor Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
500 gr/m2 , 400 gr/plant
Flowering Period
8 to 9 weeks
Growing Difficulty
Medium 2 to 2.50 meters
Citrus, Pineapple, Grape, Sweet

Where To Buy Sweet ‘n Sour Outdoor Marijuana Seeds

Sweet ‘n Sour Outdoor Marijuana Seeds Information

The Sweet ‘n Sour Outdoor is another type of Sweet ‘n Sour but focuses and primarily produced for outdoor cultivation. It is also a Sativa variety that comes from the Princess, Mexican Haze, Shiva Skunk, and Hawaii mixtures.

It is a strong, robust plant with a Christmas-like appearance. It is covered with bushy hairs and trichomes in every bud. It forms an open bud structure and gives off a sweet and citrus scent with hints of floral and fruity touches. It is very recommendable to all cannabis users.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet ‘n Sour Outdoor?

The combination of the sweet and sour flavors are magnificent. It also has some pineapple and grape undertones, which makes it tastier. It is also very strong in Sativa, which is psychedelic, cerebrally high, and giggly. It brightens up your day and enables you to be productive.

What are the Medical Effects of Sweet ‘n Sour Outdoor?

The medical effects of this cannabis are used for numbing and relieving pains. It is good for a lot of body and mental conditions such as arthritis, muscle spasms, epilepsy, severe migraine, PTSD, insomnia, lupus, depression, hyperactivity, and anorexia.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Sweet ‘n Sour Outdoor?

The negative effects that may occur upon consuming its smoke are dry throat, lips, and mouth, blurry vision, and redness of the eyes, paranoia, dizziness, confusion, and hallucination.

How to Grow Sweet ‘n Sour Outdoor?

The Sweet ‘n Sour Outdoor grows easily and produces fair yields outdoor. It is suitable to be grown directly in soil but needs more nutrients. It can be set up to a SOG or SCROG growing process. It produces different phenotypes according to the growing condition. It needs support as it grows and enough sunlight to thrive. Make sure to allow it to be exposed to an entire daylight sun and water the plants well.


Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on email