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Lemon Tree Cannabis Seeds

Type: Feminised strain

Lemon Tree strain by Barneys Farm

Lemon Tree strain is an award-winning combination of the US classics Lemon Skunk & Sour Diesel oozing with deliciously high levels of Limonene and Myrcene. This easy growing perfectly balanced 55% Indica hybrid, delivers significant yields of succulent compact frosty light-green buds laced with a thick coating of trichomes releasing fresh lemon citrusy aromas, a real sensory pleasure to grow.

Lemon Tree strain Indoors utilising low stress techniques, this plant reaches final heights of around 90-100 cm, with an output of up to 650g/m2, after a relatively short flowering period of just 65-70 days. 

Outdoors with longer time to evolve Lemon Tree strain can reach up to 2 metres and yield up to 1.5kg per plant finishing from the middle to end of October. Once cured savour the pungent super skunk and sour lemon aromas due to its high levels of terpenes, it’s refreshing sharp tangy lemon and diesel undertones make this strain incredibly unique, keeping you lifted and joyful whatever you do throughout the day.

Is Lemon Tree Indica or Sativa?

The Lemon Tree strain by Barneys Farm is 45% Sativa 55% Indica.

What is the best way to store my Lemon Tree strain seeds?

To properly store Lemon Tree seeds, it is recommended to keep them cool and dark in an airtight container ideally in a refrigerator with proper labeling and dating, avoiding freezing.

What is the best method to germinate Lemon Tree strain seeds?

There are numerous techniques for germinating Lemon Tree cannabis seeds if it is allowed in your location. The paper towel method is a common method in which the Lemon Tree seeds are placed on a damp paper towel and covered with another damp paper towel to keep them moist. After that, keep the paper towel in a warm, dark spot and check on it every day to ensure that it remains moist. When the Lemon Tree seeds have germinated, gently place them in soil or similar growth media.

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