A wonderful strain of cannabis to consider is called Train Wreck. Don’t let the name of it keep you away! Since it was introduced in the 1960’s, it continues to be a wonderful product. It is Sativa and it was first introduced in California. Today, you will find it and the seeds for your own plants all over the USA. This is a very durable plant with a thick stem to support it as it gets tall.
The resin from Train Wreck is thick, and you will get a generous amount of it from each plant. As a result, you don’t need too many plants to have enough product for your own use. The leaves are light green. In the weeks before it is time to harvest the plants, you will see bright orange hairs emerging. This is a hybrid strain, with three wonderful parents to gain its delightful characteristics from:
Up to 23 %
|Indica / Sativa||
Indica 60%, Sativa 40%
Indoor / Outdoor
Up to 400 gram / 14.1 ounces per sq meter
Up to 550 gram / 19.4 ounces per sq meter
Up to 70 cm / 27.6 inch
Up to 100 cm / 39.4 inch
2 times a year
Easy / Moderate
It is common for Train Wreck to offer about 20% THC. It depends on the quality of the seeds it was derived from. This product offers a strong buzz that hits you very quickly. The brain will be affected by additional adrenaline while the body is able to relax. This is why so many people use it to improve focus and to increase creativity.
Most people are fond of the citrus scent Train Wreck features. It can be very strong and there is an Earthy undertone to it. The taste offers a great citrus flavor along with some skunk. Even if you have tried other skunk types of cannabis before, give this one a try. The citrus helps to balance it, offering a smooth and delightful experience.
People use the Train Wreck marijuana for different reasons. Some of the common ones that people rave about include:
You can grow these cannabis plants inside or outdoors. However, it is tall plant when fully mature, about 6 feet. Therefore, it is hard to hide them outdoors and you may do better having them inside. This also allows you to control the environment for them to thrive. Should you choose to grow your plants outdoors, you should do so in October and November. They need cooler temperatures. It takes about 10 weeks for them to be ready to harvest indoors and about 12 weeks outdoors.