Sweet Deep Grapefruit

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Category Dinafem

Sweet Deep Grapefruit by Dinafem is a mixture of strains that were chosen because of their sweet, strong flavors.

Flavor Fruity
Climate Rainy
Effect Active-Alert
Genotype Mostly Indica
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Sweet Deep Grapefruit by Dinafem is a small plant that has a delicious flavor, fruity and sweet. This strain was created after a meticulous selection period in order to create a plant with an intense sweet flavor.

Indoors it gives quite a lot of yield. This beauty will quickly become the Queen of your indoor grow. Its color is quite eye-catching, as it has a beautiful neon green color, practically radioactive, alongside its numerous, orange, pistils. They’re not that tall at all, growing short branches, so they’ll get a lot of light.

Outdoors, it’ll be ready towards the beginning of October. It needs quite a lot of light to grow and flower properly. We recommend using fertilizers once it begins flowering; while it’s going through the vegetative period we recommend letting it grow off the nutrients in whichever substrate you’ve used. If grown correctly in good weather you can get an amazing 900g per plant.

Sweet Deep Grapefruit is a sweet, caramel-like flavor with a grape-flavored aftertaste. It has a flavor that lingers in your mouth for a few minutes after each drag. It has quite an indica effect, but it’s not very mentally stimulating – if you grow Sweet Deep Grapefruit you’ll have a deliciously sweet weed that isn’t too heavy so that you can’t get stuff done.

  • Sativa/Indica: 20/80%
  • Flowering: 55-65 days indoors. Beginning of October outdoors.
  • Height: 0.8-1.4m indoors, 1-3m outdoors.

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