Black Demon OG is a hardy cultivar that is simple to grow and can thrive in or endure moderate conditions. Growers need to know basic cultivation practices, such as feeding, pruning, and maintaining optimal conditions. To be more specific, ensure your medium’s pH is within suitable range (between 6 to 6.8 in soil and 5.5 to 6.5. in soilless), grow in the correct size pots, always use good nutrient solution and clean water, and follow VPD charts. Also maintain proper airflow and give access to ample light.
This little devil, which rarely exceeds 100 cm, is excellent for limited indoor spaces and stealth growing. She’s a branchy beast, though, so regular snipping of her lower foliage is crucial, especially during the flowering phase. This not only helps with air circulation but exposes lower bud sites to more light and also ensures that more energy is spent nurturing the main cola.
Black Demon OG explodes with color and overflows with delightful scents, delivering boundless bag appeal that will have you beaming with pride come harvest. Quickly after switching to flowering, trichomes will start to develop, but these tiny cannabinoid and terpene factories don’t go on overdrive until the final weeks of fruiting. The trichomes start small and clear, then they swell and become cloudy. Start collecting the buds for drying and curing once around 70% of the trichs become sparkly ambers and the rest are also beginning to change.
Because Black Demon OG is a naturally compact cannabis plant, a grow room or tent with immense vertical space is unnecessary. Nonetheless, marijuana cultivation experts recommend employing the Sea of Green (SOG) technique to reduce the height even more, make sure she doesn’t stretch, and prevent bushing out. In addition, the flowering stage will arrive sooner, as well as increase the yield. With this method in place, an impressive harvest of 400 to 600 grams per square meter can be achieved after 8 to 10 weeks of flowering.
Black Demon OG is a marijuana strain that thrives in warm, sunny places like the Mediterranean or Southern California. That said, dipping nighttime temperatures will not be a concern as long as it’s not frosty. Quite the contrary, it will even bring out the plant’s purple hue, boosting the buds’ bag appeal. An outdoor grow also allows for greater ventilation, which prevents moisture accumulation and helps to remove excess moisture from her thick foliage. Growing from an optimal outdoor space can produce 500 to 700 grams of fresh flowers per plant, which can be collected around October in the northern hemisphere.