Growers who like to see purple will be thrilled by this strain’s color. While some varieties become tinged with purple, especially when the temperatures drop, the Lethal Purple strain turns entirely purple by the time it reaches ripeness. Developed by a company whose specialty is outdoor strains for temperate climates, Lethal Purple delivers happy smoke in a gracefullyshort growing season.
This sativa-dominant strain was developed to be grown in the great outdoors. On the prairies of Canada, Lethal Purple finishes at the end of September, reaching a height between 5 and 6 feet. the many branches sport long foxtail bud formations that are loose and airy with a detectable floral perfume.
In Canada, the average yield per plant is 4 ounces, but at lower latitudes where the fall season is long, yields can reach 12 or more ounces on each plant if the grower provides proper fertilization. Lethal Purple’s high is excellent , with a smooth entry into the sensation, and a light yet potent mental exhiliration that raises the mood while remaining functional.
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