It’s hard not to think about a dense meatloaf when hearing the name of this strain. Sugar Loaf is a first generation hybrid that was realized after a Capricho male, a hybrid of Manali and Colombian genetics, pollinated a Pakistani variety. Upon toking the Sugar Loaf buds, the highs become quite psychedelic and contemplative.
The vegetative phase lasts for around 20–25 days. The entire flowering phase lasts for 55–65 days, after which growers can bask in their Sugar Loaf buds. Outdoor growers harvest the plants at the end of September or beginning of October. The plants have a good calyx-to-leaf ratio, delivering growers with heavy buds. String support is necessary as stems can snap under the sheer weight of the buds.
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