Apple Fritter: A Balanced Marriage between Flavour and Potency
The genetic profile of Apple Fritter is rumoured to be made up of Sour Apple and Animal Cookies. This pair created a nicely balanced hybrid that delivers both flavours and potency, with delicious apple undertones and 25% of THC. Apple Fritter will bring about pronounced effects, so beginner smokers should keep this in mind. An attentive and experienced hand can yield good results come harvest time, but the strain won't disappoint those who are just starting their growers' journey either. Overall, there's much to love about Apple Fritter and its unique fragrance is just the cherry on top.
Aroma, Flavour and Effects of Apple Fritter: Freshly Baked Pastries
As the strain's name suggests, the terpene profile of Apple Fritter offers aromas and flavours of apples. Courtesy of its parent strains, plenty of myrcene and earthy, sweet and cheesy notes come through in its smoke or vapor. Definitely a treat for the senses and a cultivar that will be appreciated by all cannabis connoisseurs, in particular those who enjoy flavoursome strains. Apple Fritter is all about balance when it comes to the effects and it leaves users not only happy and uplifted, but also relaxed and peaceful.
Growing Apple Fritter: A Solid Performer
Apple Fritter is an excellent choice for growers who want to practice training techniques, as it responds very well to all sorts of interventions. Think SOG, topping or LST, these should all bring satisfying results and won't stress your plants too much. In an indoor setup, after 9–10 weeks of flowering, these medium-sized plants can produce up to 400g/m². If you choose to grow under the sun, Apple Fritter will be ready for the shears in mid-October with harvests amounting to 400–450g/plant.
Grow your own Apple Fritter
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