Information about Industrial Plant:
Heavy industries need a massive source of electricity. As such, a cannabis strain named Industrial Plant suggests a correlation with power. And energy is precisely what this marijuana gives its users. Not only does it provide a boost, but it does so without completely overwhelming people.
Creating new hybrids has always been a fascination or a matter of economics, or both. Dinafem Seeds wanted one that will not only have its unique set of traits, they also wanted one that grows very well indoor. As such, they used two timeless landrace strains – Afghani Indica and Thai Sativa.
Known to deliver an incredible boost in energy, it is a trait inherited from its Thai origin. The choice of using Afghani makes sense as the Indica side balances perfectly with the cerebral effects. As a result, its mental high does not leave one going overboard. In other words, it does not cause psychedelic effects.
To their credit, Dinafem Seeds has created Industrial Plant that is perfect for enhancing activities.
Information about Industrial Plant:
|ORIGIN||Afghani Indica and Thai Sativa|
|EFFECTS||Energetic – 10
Uplifted – 8
Euphoric – 8
Happy – 8
Relaxed – 7
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||Dry mouth – 10
Dizzy – 4
Paranoid – 4
Dry eyes – 1
|FRAGRANCE||Spicy, skunky, woody, citrus, bubble gum|
|FLAVORS||Sweet, spicy, skunky, woody, citrus, herbal, pine|
|MEDICAL||Depression – 10
Stress – 10
Headaches – 7
Insomnia – 5
Pain – 5
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||7 to 9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||late September to mid-October|
|PLANT HEIGHT||8 to 10 feet outdoor|
|THC CONTENT %||14% to 23%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||50% / 50%|
|INDOOR YIELD||22 to 34 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||46 ounces per plant|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Once we look at the effects of Industrial Plant, the similarity with heavy industries are noticeable. In any manufacturing company, machines need time after starting before they are put to use. Think of a car after starting the engine. We always give it a few minutes for the oil to circulate before driving. Such is the case with this marijuana strain.
It is also for that reason that some people end up using too much. It comes with a very high level of THC, but it does not feel like that at all in the beginning. In fact, it may even take more than 10 minutes before its effects hit users.
On its onset, a rush of euphoria sweeps into the head. Feeling uplifted, the accompanying boost in energy is evident as most users feel the urge to be more active. Having a clearer mind and better ability to focus, users are able to do their daily tasks with no trouble at all. Some attest that they can do better because of these effects.
As alluded to earlier, Industrial Plant is a balanced hybrid. During the time that it wields its cerebral magic, it also starts to affect the body too. In other words, feeling happy, cheerful and full of energy, the physical manifestation results with users feeling relaxed as well.
Industrial Plant comes with a curious blend of scents. On one end, it has the spicy and skunky smell. On the other end, it also has a distinct smell of wood and bubble gum when users break the buds. Add the scents together, and the mix has proven to be a delight to many users.
With some cannabis strains, they come with great aroma, but their taste can leave much to be desired. In the case of the Industrial Plant, most of its fragrance carries over to its flavors. Making it a gastronomic treat is the mildly sweet and citrusy aftertaste.
Heavy in THC, the Industrial Plant is very potent. For that reason, some of the common unwanted effects of using cannabis may be more pronounced. While dry mouth is common, dry eyes are not often experienced. Both effects, though, are nothing new to people who use marijuana regularly.
Of more concern is that it may cause users to feel dizzy. For that reason, do not drive after taking a few tokes of this hybrid. In some cases, too, some people may feel a little more paranoid. One way to lessen or avoid these reactions is to use a lesser amount.
One power is turned on, it cannot be stopped. Of course, we are using hyperbole to describe how the potent effects of Industrial Plant can wipe out any signs or symptoms of stress. As such, it can be useful in helping people deal with mental health issues including PTSD and depression.
Although it can cause dizziness (for some people), the strain has also been reported to work well in reducing or eliminating headaches.
The combined mental and body effects of Industrial Plant may, to some extent, help alleviate mild pains and aches. For some people, they may also feel a little tired once the effects wear off. Afterward, going to bed often results in quality sleep.
The Industrial Plant is proficient in producing buds. Even with its high yield, its stems and branches seem to be sturdier. As such, growers may not even need to support it. In the right weather condition, it has also proven to be quite resilient. For these reasons, it makes for an excellent cannabis for beginners to start with and grow their own.
Growers can expect a robust growth of this plant. In as early as the seventh week, they can trigger the flowering phase. However, it is better to wait for at least a week or two before doing so to allow the plant to grow stronger and sturdier. Once it is ready for harvesting, expect a yield of 22 to 34 ounces per square meter.
It does not have a pungent odor, but that does not mean that it cannot be smelled by some neighbors. But if growers are lucky to be in an area where it is legal, then the plant will be a delight to grow. It starts its flowering period before reaching the middle of October and comes harvest time, each plant will yield up to 36 ounces.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Industrial Plant? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.
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