All About Power Plant Weed Strain
Power Plant packs quite a punch with is 17% THC content with origins going all the way to South Africa. Dutch Passion Seed Company developed this kush by scouring Africa to find the most potent Sativa strains and bred it together.
Afterward, they mass-marketed this marijuana in the Dutch market but it made its way to American shores. Since then, this weed has been regarded as one of the powerhouses of hybrid strains with Sativa-dominance.
It has a generous yield because this weed has 600g for every 10 sqft. The yield can get quite large when cultivated outdoors and its flowering time is around October. Smokers love its potency mostly because it is very strong and that is why Power Plant has won so many prestigious awards such as the Highlife Cup. Its effects include a burst of creativity, happiness and an uplifted mood.
How does power plant strain smell?
The smell of the Power Plant is much connected to the earth and nutty. It gives off notes of wood but the fragrance is not long-lasting so it cannot be distinguished in a room after it was put out. The taste is the combination of spiciness and wood flavor.
What is genetics of power plant strain?
Developed by Dutch Passion in the 1990s, this bud has its origins in South Africa, although exact parentage remains unknown. The strain has a higher percentage of sativa genes and the THC levels can be anywhere from 15% to 20%, which is relatively high.
What is lineage of power plant?
Power Plant is a Sativa-dominant hybrid that comes from South African strains. It has been the subject of many variations, at least 10 at the last count, but the original version remains the best. It was released by the Dutch Passion Seed Company of Amsterdam in 1997 and has been solely selectively inbred ever since.