Strawberry Lemonade can be grown successfully indoors and outdoors . Indoors, it grows to 120 – 150 cm. tall flowering in 60 – 70 days with great yields of up to 700 gr/m2. Outdoors it can grow to be 250 cm. tall with northern hemisphere harvests being ready in the first half of October with incredible yields of up to 2500 gr. This is a strain that is pretty straightforward to grow, with a good resistance to some common pathogens (botrytis cinerea and powdery mildew), cold, and pests such as spider mites.
Strawberry Lemonade is the latest exciting strain to come from Barney’s Farm. It was created from a cross of the Sativa-dominant Strawberry strain with Barney’s own Lemon OG. This 60% Sativa strain has high THC levels, therapeutic properties, and a great fruity taste making this one you won’t want to miss out on!
It has scents of sweet lemon, earthy strawberry and fruity hashish with taste profiles that include strawberry lemonade, lemon, and strawberry with sweet notes. THC production is above 20%, and in terms of its effect, it is calming, uplifting, creative, happy, focused and energetic. Therapeutically it is recommended to relieve mild pain.
How Strawberry Lemonade Grows
Strawberry Lemonade Taste, Smell, and Effect
The effect of this strain is a Sativa head high with relaxing body effect. That being said, it is not creepy or racy and contains a fairly high level of CBD to balance out the effect of the THC.
Lemonade OG comes in three phenos: one is long and slow to maturity, one is shorter, compact, and fast-flowering, and one of long and fast-flowering.
A Chitral kush from the Hindu Kush mountain range in Afghanistan and Pakistan. She is mostly Indica with a little stretch towards the end. She produces very white, hard and highly resinous nuggets.
It’s the perfect strain for beginners and is suitable for ourdoors in temperate climates where citrus would grow. Ready for harvest at the end of September, this strain is known to produce up to 1 kg of high quality buds per plant.
Lemonade OG is known to treat ailments including chronic pain, migraines, muscles spasms, muscle tension, and inflammation.