Proper irrigation and feeding, along with suitable light schedule and intensity, guarantee satisfactory results. Although not as generous as the original Critical Mass, the yields from the high-CBD variant are still quite impressive, especially if she is grown outdoors. The plant flourishes under a Mediterranean climate or anywhere warm, sunny, and not damp. Frost can kill this weed fairly quickly or destroy the entire harvest, so starting the grow and collecting the crops should be timed perfectly. The flowers of this strain, between 700 to a jaw-dropping 1200 grams per plant, are ready for plucking by late September to early October in the northern hemisphere.
If you choose to raise Critical Mass CBD indoors, recreate a Mediterranean climate’s conditions for optimal results. The most crucial is maintaining the temperature and humidity levels within ideal parameters. Growers who are not keen on relying on meters or basing everything on numbers simply gauge their comfort level in the grow area. Basically, if you’re comfortable, chances are your plant will be too. On average, the strain flowers for 7 to 9 weeks, producing around 600 grams of fresh buds by the end of this phase.