Green Crack is a decent strain for cannabis growers of all kinds of experience levels, but it is especially suitable for newer growers, particularly for those that are looking to limit themselves to just one kind of plant to experiment with the industry to see if it’s something they are truly interested in pursuing or not. Green Crack is pretty easy when it comes to growth, but its relatively low THC content might not make it a prime choice for those wanting a hard-hitting strain of bud. However, if one is looking for a strain that promotes energy and alertness, one can’t go wrong with it.
While it can be grown both indoors as well as outdoors, Green Crack grows most effectively in climates similar to the Mediterranean, i.e. lower humidity yet fairly sunny. When it comes to indoor growth, however, it’s doubly important to keep humidity levels low as this strain is prone to a type of mildew that can, easily, mess up and destroy entire crops of this bud in a heartbeat.
Whether soil-grown or hydroponically grown, Green Crack crops can generally be expected to grow 3-4 feet in height. It’s considered a good practice to “top” these kinds of plants, which is a practice where one makes sure to clip the large topmost leaves of the plant so that sunlight can reach stalks at lower levels to produce the greatest number of buds possible.
Green Crack produces what could be considered an average yield, producing around 18 ounces of bud for indoor-grown plants, and around 20 ounces for outdoor-grown plants. The usual flowering period is anywhere from 7 to 9 weeks, with harvests usually being ready in late September or early October.
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