Who does not know it, the world of fruits! There are plenty of them and the nice thing is that everyone somehow has his own favorites. With this variety, each Terpsnacker can pick out his favorite fruit itself.
Our Fruit Basket, which was created from a Fuzzy Melon (Forbidden Fruit x Watermelon Zkittlez) mother and a mysterious father, provides diversity.
Orange, lemon, watermelon or grape – or rather passion fruit? A well-filled fruit basket has everything of everything. Decide for yourself what appeals to you the most!
The Fruit Basket was tested on a large scale with several testers and over 100 seeds. Depending on the environment, the results were different. There were only isolated problems when there was too little light incidence in the lower part of the plant. We attach here a cultivation report from one of our testers.
Out of 9 seeds, all 9 have germinated. In the first weeks of the growth phase, the phenotypes have not shown much difference. After the pre-bloom showed two males (P2&4) and seven females. I removed the two males and planted the others in larger pots.
After the initiation of the flowering phase, one pheno (P6) very quickly showed the purple coloration. Phenotype 9 started to turn purple a little later and is not as intense. After 3 weeks of flowering Phenotype 1 has also changed color, the tips of the sugar leaves and isolated calyxes have also turned purple.
The stretch has progressed consistently in all phenotypes and the internode distances are also all the same size.
The plants have spread their odor in the tent from the middle of the third week of flowering. Every time you opened the tent it smelled like an orange plantation.
Phenotypes 5,7 & 8 each formed two pollen sacs in the lower part of the plant.
Phenotype 6 had 1 “banana” in a headbud.
These probably came from not enough light in the lower part of the plant and also did not seem to pollinate any buds. Otherwise I have not noticed any irregularities.
Based on this knowledge, it is recommended to keep an eye on the lower shoots, especially in the first two to three weeks of flowering. Since the stretching is particularly strong in this variety, “lollipopping” the plant is worthwhile. This involves ridding the lower shoots of smaller branches and leaves, leaving a slightly longer stem with a beautiful crown at the top. The energy is thus fully transferred to the upper part of the plant, which counteracts stress.
Many of today’s hybrid plants show such stress symptoms, only few notice it, because they themselves pay no attention to the whole thing or do not even cultivate themselves. Also the worldwide cannabis producers often have so called “bagseeds” in their flowers. It makes no difference whether it is medical cannabis for pharmacies and patients or cannabis for recreational use. This is, among other things, a reason why many nowadays also tend to prefer a processed product. It can be e.g. water hash or an extract.
In today’s cannabis bubble it is now common to further refine one’s cannabis, which is why many aim for a high quality extract. As always, our Fruit Basket offers that certain “WOW effect” when it comes to terpenes. It’s worth a squeeze!
Particularly significant flavour profiles were as follows: Sweet/Candy Orange, Watermelon Orange, Pineapple, Passion-Fruit