Sweet Cindy is available in regular and feminized seed form. If you’re new to the cannabis cultivation scene, you may be wondering which seed type is best for you. Basically, if you are growing to harvest unseeded marijuana flowers, you’ll only need female plants. With feminized seeds, you minimize the chances of getting males, making the entire process easier. On the other hand, regular seeds, which produce both male and female plants, are more suited for those looking to breed new cannabis strains or their own seeds.
Sweet Cindy is a hardy cannabis cultivar with good tolerance to molds and mildew, among other pathogenic threats. It only grows around 2.5 to 3.9 feet tall and develops sparse foliage of thin leaves, which minimizes chances of moisture accumulation and promotes greater air circulation in the inner, lower vegetation.
To grow a healthy Sweet Cindy, provide basic feeding and nutrition. If you plan to use booster nutrients, we strongly advise doing so in small doses to avoid nute burns. Watering should also be done sparingly, as this strain does not appreciate drowning in its own pot.
Sweet Cindy is a very adaptable plant that thrives almost anyplace with reasonable environmental conditions. Cultivating indoors is the usual route with this strain, especially for beginner growers, as it allows careful monitoring of the plant’s growth and early discovery of any issues. Most importantly, marijuana cultivators can regulate the conditions inside the grow area and introduce pieces of equipment that can help make the space as optimal a habitat as possible.
To maximize the quantity and quality of the harvest indoors, growers can train Sweet Cindy with the Screen of Green grow technique. The method involves tucking the branches away into a net to eventually create a horizontal canopy and guarantee the colas have equal access to light. Combined with topping, it encourages the formation of multiple budding sites and increases the potential yield to 300 to 350 grams of fresh buds per square meter after 8 to 10 weeks of flowering.
Finding a favorable spot for growing is crucial when wanting to cultivate outdoors. Place your Sweet Cindy in a location that receives lots of direct sunlight to maximize the plant’s growth and bud production potential. Ideal conditions can boost the yield up to 300 grams per plant. In the northern hemisphere, the nugs will be suitable for harvest from mid to the final week of October.