Yumbolt

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Yumbolt plant

Indica dominant Yumbolt was originally cultivated in California’s Humboldt County about 200 miles north of San Francisco, and famous for its splendid Giant Redwood forests. It’s based on an Indica brought from Afghanistan to America in the 1970s.

Yumbolt weed has a fairly pungent smell, reminiscent of woodland after rainfall and the flavor is earthy with hints of spice and incense. The high has a dreamlike quality, and you’ll also notice a pleasantly relaxed sedative feeling. After the hit wears, you may well feel like a snooze. In medical use, Yumbolt is good for sleeplessness and stress. If you’re feeling strung out after a hard day at the office, this is the smoke to get you relaxed.

Yumbolt seeds produce bushy plants in the short to medium range. Indoors they’ll grow to about 60 to 70 centimetres while outdoors than can reach 150 centimetres. The leaves have thick-ish fingers and are medium green. The medium-sized buds are dense with a pinecone shape and covered in sticky resin and orange to brown hairs. THC content is around 18 percent.

This is a versatile plant that will thrive in most types of indoor set-up. Expect flowering to start after a two-week vegetation period, and to last from nine to 10 weeks. Grown with care and attention, your crop should yield up to 400 grams per square metre.

Outdoors, this vigorous plant thrives in a warm climate like that of California and should be ready for harvest by late October. Each plant can yield up to 450 grams.

Yumbolt offers the flavor and smells of the famous Californian forests. On top of that, it packs a relaxing hit and it’s not too hard to grow.

Strain Characteristics:

Indoor/Outdoors:
Indoors or outdoors
Height:
Short-Medium
THC Level:
18%
Flowering Time:
9-10 weeks
Plant Type:
Indica
Harvest:
Late October
Genetics:
Humbolt California
Yield:
Up to 400 gm2
Grow Difficulty:
Moderate - Easy

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Yumbolt, 4.0 out of 5 based on 4 ratings
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