The Strawberry Prize strain has a skunky aroma with undertones of ripe fruit while the flavor includes tones of citrus and sweet strawberries. The high starts off as a soaring euphoria which mellows into a relaxed body stone. Medical practitioners recommend this weed for poor appetite, stress and muscular pain.
Strawberry Prize seeds produce plants that grow to between 75 and 100 centimetres indoors although they may stretch much taller outdoors. The leaves are thin-fingered and pale green while the buds are dense and covered in silvery crystals and orange hairs. THC levels have been measured in the lab at as high as 26.2%.
Indoors, Strawberry Prize is a vigorous grower and you can expect to see many side stems which can be trimmed to keep the plant in bounds.
The plants can be prone to mold and pest infestation, so it pays to keep a close eye on them. Remove pests by hand if they appear and prune out any leaves that show signs of yellowing. Flowering time is eight weeks and you can expect harvests of between 350 and 375 grams per square meter.
To grow the Strawberry Prize strain outdoors, you’ll need to cultivate it somewhere with a climate akin to the Mediterranean. Harvest in the northern hemisphere comes in October.
Strawberry Prize is a strain that needs close attention during the growing phase, so it’s probably best for people with some gardening experience. If you have the patience and application to grow this strain, you’ll be rewarded by a quality crop with a delicious, fruity flavor and high potency.
Type of High
Indoor/Outdoors: Indoors best, possible outdoors
THC Level: 20% – 26%
Flowering Time: 9 weeks
Plant Type: Sativa/Indica
Genetics: NYC Diesel x Strawberry Cough
Yield: 350-375 g/m2
Grow Difficulty: Easy-moderate
Naturally feminized at the plantation during the plant lifecycle process.
Feminized using our unique 2 stage organic feminizing process that lets you be tomorrow’s strain hunter.
We utilize a 2 step method of feminizing, allowing our customers the joy of feminizing. Our first process is on the farm where plants are feminized prior to harvest to achieve up to 80% feminized ratio. This method of seed production offers organic grown seed batched with plants highly resistant to mold and pests and crop diseases.