Sweet Tai

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Category Sweet Seeds

This sativa-dominant plant grows skunk-like flowers with an intense Super Tai flavor; musky and spicy, combined in an intensely dense smoke.

Flavor Hashish
Climate Cold
Effect Medicinal antidepressant
Genotype Sativa hybrid
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Sweet Tai by Sweet Seeds is a plant that can be confusing; it doesn’t look like much, with spongy Skunk-like buds that hold within them an intense Super Tai flavor that’s musky and spicy. Thanks to having been crossed with a Super Skunk, it has a much shorter flowering period than the original as well as plenty of resin.

It takes around 9 weeks indoors, so it’s not that late at all. Thanks to having been crossed with a Super Skunk it has quite a short flowering period, and its aroma and flavor are also increased quite a lot when compared to the original. You can harvest up to 500g per square meter from Sweet Tai.

Outdoors this strain explodes; it starts off extremely strong and flowers quite fast. It loves nutrients and it’ll definitely need a regular feeding schedule if you want to grow it as big as possible. It put up a fight against fungi and insect infestations, so it should grow through the summer without any issues. You can get up to 1kg per plant when grown properly, ready towards mid-October. It goes an attractive Sweet Tai color too under the right temperatures.

It has quite an old-school flavor, with a soft earthy aftertaste that’s quite similar to Skunk. Its aroma is intensely complex.

  • Sativa/Indica: 70/30%
  • Flowering: 65-70 days indoors, beginning-mid October outdoors.
  • Height: 0.8-1.6m indoors, 1-2.4m outdoors.

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