Betazoid Review

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Betazoid

The sativa-dominant Betazoid weed was created by crossbreeding three strains; Grapefruit, Northern Lights and an African Sativa. As all faithful Star Trek fans know, the Betazoid are friendly humanoid beings from the planet Betazed, known for their telepathic powers and unswerving honesty. This Sativa dominant weed may not give you special powers, but any Betazoid review will mention its strong cerebral high.

The Betazoid strain has a tropical fruit smell and the flavour is smooth with an undertone of quality hash. The high is intellectually stimulating and will leave you smiling and ready for company or creative activities. Medically, Betazoid can help with chronic pain and poor appetite.

The Betazoid strain produces bushy plants of medium height with robust stalks and plenty of light green foliage. Buds are large and heavy with silvery crystals and the THC content is medium to high.

Betazoid weed was bred to grow indoors if you live in a cooler climate, although you can grow it outdoors in places that have hot, sunny summers. Indoors, the plant does best grown in soil. Give it a good balance of extra nutrients to ensure vigorous growth. In those circumstances, yields will be about 100 grams per plant. Flowering time is eight to nine weeks while outdoor harvest comes in late September.

Growers with some gardening experience will get the best results with Betazoid weed and they’ll be rewarded by a crop that produces an upbeat, active high.

Strain Characteristics:

Indoor/Outdoors:
Indoors or outdoors in a warm, sunny climate
Height:
Medium
THC Level:
Medium to High
Flowering Time:
8 - 9 weeks
Plant Type:
Sativa/Indica
Harvest:
Late September
Genetics:
Grapefruit x Northern Lights x African Sativa
Yield:
100 grams per plant indoors
Grow Difficulty:
Moderately difficult

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Betazoid Review, 4.1 out of 5 based on 8 ratings
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