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Here you can find all info about Cluster from CH9 Female Seeds. If you are searching for information about Cluster from CH9 Female Seeds, check out our Basic Infos, Lineage / Genealogy or Hybrids / Crossbreeds for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information – or list all Cluster Strains (±5) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!
A cross between a phenotype of Amsterdam Flame Paradise seeds X ERSB (fem pollen used). Bushy plant, fast Indica Christmas tree structure that will not stretch much. Nectarine, strawberry musky aroma. It will provide nice sinsemilla colas swelling with energy, buds come with an electric sweetness and an ethereal penetrating effect. The flower clusters will exhale a lot of different flagrance until the peak of florescence and harvest time.
Basic / Breeders Info
Cluster is a mostly indica variety from CH9 Female Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±53 days ) and outdoors . CH9 Female Seeds’ Cluster is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.
Flowering time: 7-8 weeks
Indoor yield: Up to 90 gr indoor with 35-45 days of veg
Outdoor yield: Average of 300 gr outdoor or more depend on vegetative time and season. Up to 450 gr
Lineage: Amsterdam Flame x Ersb
Bouquet: Floral strawberry nectarine musky aroma
Type: Indica with sativa influences
Taller, stretchier Sativa plants will have a larger internode spacing than squat, compact Indica varieties, although environmental factors can also influence internode space. The nodes are where the first flowers appear (pre-flowers), so it’s the first place growers look when trying to determine the sex of plants grown from regular seeds. The small, narrow spear-like leaf growing at each node is called the stipule, and shouldn’t be confused with pre-flowers.
Botanists are still unsure as to exactly why cannabis plants produce such a large quantity of trichomes, but most agree that they most likely have the function of protecting the flowers and developing seeds, whether from harsh UV light, insects, grazing animals or extremes of temperature.
The root crown
When we germinate a cannabis seed, the first thing that emerges from the opened seed will be the tap root which will begin to grow downwards, seeking out moisture and nutrition and colonising the substrate. The root system has three main purposes, not only does it anchor the plant in the substrate, it provides it with water and the nutrients, and it also acts as storage for sugars and starches produced by photosynthesis. It’s hard to overstate the importance of the roots in cannabis cultivation, they really are the foundation upon which everything else is built, without healthy roots we won’t harvest beautiful flowers!
For most of us, our introduction to cultivation comes when we buy or are gifted some cannabis seeds for the first time, so let’s set out on our examination of cannabis anatomy starting with the seed.
The stem of the cannabis plant is the part responsible for keeping the plant upright and for supporting the weight of the plant. It contains the vascular system which works to carry moisture and nutrients from the roots to the leaves via xylem cells, and to transport the sugars and starches produced via photosynthesis around the plant for use or storage via the phloem cells. Phloem is otherwise known as bast, the part of the cannabis or hemp plant that is traditionally harvested for fibre to make rope, canvas etc.