Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: The effect from this strain is more potent than most ruderalis varieties, providing a calm, soothing buzz that causes severe munchies. This strain won't couch-lock more experienced users, but casual smokers may be subject to laziness.
Just like their namesake, these buds are gorgeous, tight and compact, with a voluptuous body and great appeal. These nugs are dark-green in overall color, with faint hints of blue, purple and red, adding to the bag appeal. They're also covered in sticky trichomes and put off a pungent aroma of spice, chocolate and hash. Flavors include lemon and hash. This is a strain that has only recently begun to gain a reputation in dispensaries across the United States, so keep an eye open for this ruderalis hybrid.
Outdoor gardeners will be happy to know that it's possible to harvest up to three crops of Cate Harrington in a single growing season. Greenhouse cultivation is not recommended, due to the rock-hard density of the buds, which can accumulate bud rot in humid environments. Indoor and outdoor gardeners alike will see a harvest in just 9 or 10 weeks after germination. Super-cropping these ladies in small pots of soil has proven to generate the best results. This is a good strain for growers who are growing in a very enclosed space or do not have much room for height. Yields will be far below average with this one.
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