Chernobyl

10aeadf6049ace9aa784d3a712ef69f2Chernobyl is included in one of the Top 10 strains of 2010 by High Times. Why not Chernobyl? Chernobyl is a cross breed between three strains, Train Wreck, Jack the Ripper and Trinity. You won’t be disappointed trying Chernobyl out.

Great flavor of lime, citrus and lemon is what your palate is waiting for to taste. The unique lime sherbet smile is a definite delight for your nostrils. Chernobyl offers noticeable undertones of skunk, citrus and a very pleasing and funky sweet lime aroma on the finish.

Expect a beautiful, resinous appearance that is almost the same as the one with Trainwreck only buff looking. It has large nugs that look somewhat dense but do not get deceived as this could be large but the weight is almost to none. It is huge but weights like cotton.

Chernobyl is brightly colored with bold orange pistils and bright neon green calyxes all coming together with above average sugary trichome coverage that really amplifies the looks of the buds.

You will definitely get long lasting cerebral high with the offerings of Chernobyl.

Growing Chernobyl

A typical Sativa dominant strain that grows tall. Chernobyl is ready for harvest in as short as 8- 9 weeks or around 60 days, the harvest time is dependent on how you cultivate your plant. Chernobyl is multi branched plant thus expect growth and good volume of yields. A descent 25 – 30 grams per plant is what you could expect in growing the Cannabis Sativa dominant plant.

What to do to increase yields of Chernobyl?

Chernobyl could increase its yields with the help of topping method. This method is commonly used to Cannabis Indica strains but could also be applicable and could work best with Cannabis Sativa dominant strains.

When to Top Cannabis plants?

Topping is best done anytime in the growth stages of the Cannabis plant except during flowering stage. Topping your plant before entering flowering stage is important to ensure that all shoots will flower gracefully with great buds.

How to Top Cannabis plants?

Cutting tall stems to almost the same height as the smallest shoot. This will give a chance for newly sprouted stems and smaller ones to get the light they need to grow. This process will help in equal distribution of all needed nutrients across all plants. You will never get disappointed with the result this method could provide you during harvest time.

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