A photoperiod Super Lemon Haze can exceed 6 feet and is a moderately challenging grow. The plant can handle higher humidity and thrives best in an indoor hydroponic system. To limit her stretch, growers can use a smaller pot and shorten the vegetative growth once the cannabis reaches half the height you prefer, as she will double in size during the flowering period. The combination of topping and scrogging also does the job while improving bud production.
Super Lemon Haze fully flourishes and may produce up to 1000 grams per plant in places with equatorial, tropical, subtropical, and temperate climates. Problems may arise when she is grown in a colder environment due to her long flowering period. If all goes well, you can expect the harvest to be ready sometime in October. Meanwhile, raising Super Lemon Haze in a properly managed indoor grow can have you collecting around 700 grams of fresh buds per square meter after 9 to 10 weeks of flowering.
If you are cultivating for consumption, the use of feminized seeds eliminates the male removal process. Regular seeds sprout 50% males and 50% female plants, making them suitable for traditional growing and breeding.