Acapulco Gold feminized seeds
Acapulco Gold is a Sativa-dominant cannabis strain originating from Mexico. It’s been backcrossed and stabilized by Barney’s Farm through their vigorous selection and breeding process to give you a plant that flowers after 9-10 weeks and can reach from 500-700g/m² or up to 1500g/plant in yields. It's their gift to you, so try it out.
- Barney's Farm
- Insidious high
- Central American
- Sativa Cup Winner 2010
- 100 - 110 cm
- 500 g/m² indoors1500 g/plant outdoors
- 60 - 70 days
- Mid October
- 70% Sativa / 30% Indica
- 21 %
- 0.7 %
- 1 %
Huge Colorful Bush
Acapulco Gold is a 70% Sativa-dominant landrace originating from Mexico. It’s been backcrossed and stabilized by Barney’s Farm through their polished selection and breeding process. Now, this plant isn’t for beginners but with some experience, growers can unlock the full potential of this remarkable strain.
It prefers warmer and sunnier climates, or outdoor greenhouses, but it can be grown indoors with the same techniques. She can take any kind of training you throw at her and has decent resistances against mold, mildew, pests and disease. Usually staying around 120cm, but if given enough root space and time in vegetation it can grow up to 200cm. Yield is plentiful both indoors and outdoors, reaching 500-700g/m2 or up to 1500g/plant, respectively. Buds are lengthy and fat, with orange, red and golden pistils covered with crystals.
- Finishing flowering in 9-10 weeks indoors or by mid-October outdoors
- Usually testing at 15-20% THC with ~1-2% CBD, CBN and CBG
- 12 plants/m2 are recommended in SoG
- +35L is optimal container size
Great Strain To Keep You Focused And Alert
The effects of Acapulco Gold are highly energetic, uplifting and cerebral, leaving you focused and alert – an excellent strain to use throughout the day. Her flavors are citrusy, sweet and creamy with hints of coffee and wood. Users will also notice an equally ensnaring pungent aromas of earthy, musky and spicy notes with piney and sweet undertones.
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