Clementine strain review
‘Clementine is a hybrid Sativa strain created in the Crockett Family Farms by cannabis breeders. This unique strain was noted for its consistency at the 2015 Michigan Cannabis Cup, which took the second position in Best Sativa for concentrated clementine live resin.
Although the CBD volume of Clementine is about 1-3%, its THC content corresponds to around 17-20% on average. However, Clementine THC tests have been reported by the Seattle-based cannabis laboratory “Analytical 360.”
When the sativa Tangie was crossed with Lemon Skunk, the Clementine strain was created. Clementine, which has a sweet citrus orange taste, has very powerful citrus tastes and Lemon Skunk genetic impact, by mixing the two skunk phenotypes with particularly intense mango, citrus, and mango-orange tastes.
When fully grown, the Clementine strain is very high with unusually large flowers with dense trichomes that cover the entire plant. The leaves are green-yellow and the clusters of dark orange pistils emerge around them.
The fragrance of Clementine is especially sweet; lemon and orange combined with a mixture of earthy and pine. His citrus lemon taste longs on the palate, with Clementine smokers also finding orange as well as other sweet and savory flavors.
Indoor or outdoor cultivations of Clementine seeds may be possible. Outdoors Clementine grows with an outstanding temperature range of between 72-80 degrees Fahrenheit in a semi-humid environment. This specific strain will grow fast such that you have to periodically trim and cut this plant to manage its production.
The period of flowering is 8–10 weeks for Clementine Weed. You can expect an output of about 350 gr per square meter when you grow your plant indoors. Outdoor growers can expect a higher average yield – approximately 450 gr per plant, which will be ready for harvesting around the middle of October.
For both a recreational user and a medical patient, Clementine cannabis is a perfect plant. It will raise attitude and optimism and strength making it a perfect stimulus for people who want to ‘wake and bake.’