Connoisseurs trying to emulate Studio 54 discotheque vibes will never go wrong with Homegrown Cannabis Co’s collection of the best cultivars for concerts, parties, and social events. Bruce Banner, Mazar, and Blue Widow, along with their famed out-of-this-world THC levels ranging from 21% to as much as 30%.
As one would expect, these cultivars are not to be trifled with for it could knock down even the toughest partyholics with a few puffs. While these variants do give an initial surge of energy and ecstasy, be warned for it also brings forth a profound soothing sensation that ultimately weighs down on the body and sends it to the deepest depths of relaxation. Therapeutic effects then follow suit.
Cultivation-wise, these hybrids Studio 54 will never disappoint with its abundant yields of incredibly dense buds brimming with trichomes which explains its insane potency and rich flavor profile. While these vigorous plants are inherently resistant to pests and diseases, it will thrive best at the hands of an experienced grower because it requires deftness in implementing horticultural techniques. Nevertheless, with all the benefits Studio 54 has to offer, the cultivars in it are truly worth cultivating.
The hybrids in the Studio 54 mixpack are moderately difficult to rear. Thus, it is primarily suitable to honed green thumbs, but with adequate knowledge about horticultural techniques, even beginners might have some success growing these plants.
Akin to its namesake’s alter-ego, this Sativa-dominant hybrid Studio 54 bears hulk-like bright green nugs. Despite that, Bruce Banner plants grow to be relatively compact – thanks to its OG genetics. This makes it an excellent candidate for Sea of Green (SOG) cultivation. When combined with a hydro setup, such technique will encourage faster growth and more prolific yields. Topping the plant early on will also increase yields by promoting the development of multiple top colas.
This plant is moderately challenging to cultivate, so it is better suited for those with prior experience in cannabis cultivation. While Bruce Banner is highly resistant against pests, diseases, and colder climates, cultivators must still exert effort to provide it with optimal environmental conditions, lest it affects the quality and quantity of the yields.
Prune lower fan leaves to provide the lower portion with adequate ventilation and trim smaller buds help the plant Studio 54 focus on developing more massive top colas. Keep the temperature in the grow room between 20 to 27°C. Also, protect the dense buds from mold attacks by keeping humidity down to 40 to 50% during the flowering stage. When cultivating outdoors, plant in areas free from rainfalls and spray the foliage with compost tea to prevent powdery mildew infestation.
To further boost growth and yields, provide the plant with above-average helpings of nitrogen and CalMag. If using organic soil, top-dress it with phosphorus-heavy nutrients during the flowering stage. By end of October, expect to harvest 500 grams of bud per outdoor-grown plant. If cultivated indoors, around 250 to 500 grams for every square meter awaits.
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