Lava Cake Feminized Seedsby Homegrown Cannabis Co
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THC: 15 - 18%
Seed Type: Feminized
Type: Indica-dominant hybrid
Yields: 14-18 oz oz
Climate: Temperate, Sunny
Effects: Calming, Euphoric, Relaxed
Flavors: Chestnut, Chocolate
Genetics: Thin Mint GSC x Grape Pie
Plant size: 72 inches (183 cm)
Environment: Greenhouse, Indoor, Outdoor
Harvest period: October
Flowering period: 8 - 10 weeks
Growing difficulty: Easy
Lava Cake General Information
Cultivators seeking seeds from a potent female stalk can finally find them in Lava Cake seed. This cannabis cultivar was developed from parents with a rich terpene and cannabinoid profile – GSC Thin Mint genotype and Delicious Grape Pie produced a strain that blends flavor and potency.
The plants growing from Lava Cake seeds produce weed buds with a relaxing and calming effect that boosts focus and attention. The strain has a THC content of 20-23%. Some consumers also report happy, energetic, and euphoric sensations and praise the strain for an appealing mint, pepper, and vanilla aroma.
How Should Beginners Grow Lava Cake Feminized?
Lava Cake feminized seeds are easy to grow and care for, so they are often referred to as seeds for beginners. You can grow this marijuana strain outdoors or indoors and expect high yields. The plants can grow outdoors up to 5–7ft tall.
The seeds produce photoperiod plants requiring you to switch their light schedule to 12/12 to force indoor flowering. Flowering for outdoor growing kicks in after the summer solstice in late June. When the harvest arrives around late September to mid-October, you could reap up to 20 ounces of prime purple buds per plant. You may expect a rich harvest after 8 to 10 weeks. The cultivar is highly immune to infestations and diseases, but it needs to grow in rich soil with regular watering and plenty of sunlight for optimal yields.
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