Strawberry Banana has small to medium-sized flowers that maintain a tight, dense bud structure — the tightly-packed leaves do not come easily off of their central stems. The leaves appear light green with a yellowish tint and are set off by bright orange pistils. Some phenotype of This strain are also flecked with purple, the result of pigments in the plant’s genetics being stimulated by colder than average temperatures during the growing process. A furry coating of white trichomes covers the flowers and accounts for their high THC. When properly cured, flowers of the this strain have a sweet and mildly fruity taste, more like banana than strawberry. Breaking open or grinding the buds yields a more hashy, spicy scent, betraying this strain’s OG Kush roots. Strawberry Banana offers a smooth, easy smoke when combusted and tastes distinctly like berries on the exhale. And while it may leave behind a fruity, creamy sensation, Strawberry Banana is also very pungent, so those trying to keep their consumption discreet should take caution. Users will eventually feel a sharpened sensory perception, and may feel like certain sights or sounds have taken on a psychedelic component.
Smokers may look to take a load off in the closest comfortable surroundings. Associative thinking persists throughout the high and may lend itself to creative thinking and problem solving. Couch lock is common in the later stages of the high. Because of its delayed sedative onset, Strawberry Banana is best suited to evening or nighttime use.
Strawberry Banana Growing INFO
Strawberry Banana available for purchase online, therefore consumers have to be sure that they’re buying from reputable and censored sellers. Growers can also obtain clippings from mature, healthy plants of the strain in order to grow genetically identical “clones.” strain developed by DNA Genetics in collaboration with Serious Seeds. Strawberry Banana is forgiving on novice growers and can be grown indoors or out — although successful outdoor cultivation depends on humid daytime conditions with temperatures in the 70 degree Fahrenheit range. Those looking to bring out the leaves’ eye-catching purple potential should also artificially “shock” the plants by exposing them to cold temperatures at night. Strawberry Banana is a big yielder, offering growers between 42 to 51 grams (or 1.2 to 1.8 ounces) of flower per square foot of plant.
After the meticulous process of harvesting their buds, growers should also properly cure the flowers to maintain their valuable resin. Curing involves first hanging the buds upside-down to dry for one week in conditions of 50% humidity and 70 degrees Fahrenheit; and then sealing them in airtight jars in 70 degrees and 60-65% humidity.