CBD Caramel Regular feminized seeds
CBD Caramel is a regular, photoperiod cannabis strain brought to you by Barney’s Farm. A high-CBD strain known for her excellent yields and high cannabinoid content, CBD Caramel has a remarkable Brazilian x Himalayan x Afghani X Ruderalis genetic lineage which not only allows her to deliver up to 350 g/m2 but she also does this in under 9 weeks of flower!
- Barney's Farm (Netherlands)
- Brazilian x Himalaya x Afghan x CBD Enriched
- 80 - 100 cm
- 700 - 800 g/m² indoorsup to 450 g/plant outdoors
- 50 - 60 days
- 30% Sativa / 70% Indica
- No official information
CBD Caramel Regular: A High-Performance, CBD-rich Hybrid
CBD Caramel is a regular, photoperiod cannabis strain developed by Barney’ Farm. A 4-way cross between a set of amazing parent strains – a Brazilian, Himalayan and Afghani landrace crossed with a Ruderalis development clone – CBD Caramel is a great strain with fantastic attributes.
Ideal Beginner Strain
Growing CBD Caramel is very straightforward. In fact, her the low maintenance required to grow her coupled with her excellent results have made her a popular beginner strain particularly within the medicinal cannabis growing community. Due to versatile nature, she can grow both indoor and outdoor; indoor yields for this strain are 400 – 500 g/m2 after a 60-day flowering period while outdoor growers can expect to bring in as much as 450 g per plant when harvesting at the end of September. Here is some further information to help you grow this strain:
- Short height – CBD Caramel reaches a final height of 0.8 – 1.0 m both indoors and outdoors.
- Max EC of water – 1.2 in veg, up to 1.4 in flower.
- Water pH; 5.8 – 6.0
- Recommended lighting: Veg: 300 W CFL, Flower: 600 W LED
- Recommended nutrients: General Hydroponics General Organics range
Mild and Mellow Effect
CBD Caramel has a very mild and well-rounded effect for an Indica-dominant hybrid. Users report a cerebral buzz which is followed by a mellow, long-lasting effect ideal for those with a range of ailments ranging from anxiety to chronic pain and can be attributed to her up to 10% CBD content.
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