Golden Goat Strain
Golden Goat strain was created by accident in Topeka, Kansas when a male Hawaiian-Romulan pollinated Mr. Dank’s Island Sweet Skunk mother. The strain is often light green and pink in color, which is indicative of its Hawaiian Sativa side.
The scent is described as being a combination of sweet, sour, and spicy, with a tropical fruit flavor. Effects are strong and felt from head to toe, lasting about 1-2 hours. Flowering time is 9-11 weeks, with a golden appearance closer to harvest.
Happy | Euphoria | Uplifted | Relaxed | Energetic
Stress | Depression | Pain | Fatigue | Headaches
Citrus | Sweet | Earthy
Golden Goat strain is one of the handful of strains with a legit gold coloured hue. The dark, dense nugs are covered with light, green leaves and copper trichomes.
It may come as a bit of a surprise, but Golden Goat features a tropical palate. The fruity flavour is very much welcome, as it balances out the earthy undertones. The smoke itself may feel a little harsher than most indicas, but only extremely novice consumers may find this irritable.
Golden Goat has a medium difficulty grow rating.
Don’t let the medium grow difficulty dissuade you – Golden Goat seeds need an extra bit of love to show you its true potential.
When grown indoors with hydroponics, Golden Goat thrives with a medium dose of N-P-K nutrients. Once flowering is in full effect, Golden Goat can handle high amounts of nutrients to fill out each bud site with plump calyxes, vibrant pistils, and trichomes that look like they might just jump out at you.
Many growers note that Golden Goat is an ideal plant to use with the Sea of Green (SOG) technique if you don’t intend on vegetating for more than 1-2-weeks. If you plan to use a long vegetative period, then the Screen of Green (ScrOG) method will suffice.
Lastly, the Golden Goat strain prefers large pots where it can spread its roots. When growing outdoors, utilize large pots – think 25-gallons and above. When growing Golden Goat seeds indoors, transplant immature Golden Goat plants into 1-5-gallon containers, depending on the vegetative time.
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