What strain is Chronald?
hybrid marijuana strain
What is a gLeaf?
gLeaf is Maryland’s source for a large selection of safe, effective medical cannabis products. The team strives for innovation. Whether creating new products like cannabis-infused lozenges or perfecting existing ones like flowers and salves, gLeaf provides Maryland the best of the best.
What is sugar leaf gLeaf?
Sugar Leaf is exactly as the name suggests – small, “sugar” coated leaves removed from buds during the manicuring process. Sugar Leaf is intended for infusion purposes only – we do not recommend smoking Sugar Leaf.
Does sugar leaf get you high?
Like buds, sugar leaves produce fragrant trichomes which protect the plant and contain the cannabinoids and terpenes that get you high or offer medicinal benefits. Because of the trichomes, they look as if dusted in sugar, hence their name.
Why are my sugar leaves dying?
It could also be environmental. Too low of humidity with too intense of light/heat will cause a plant to stop transpiring, they then seize to drink and eat. This will cause a lot of weird things. It could be watering practices too.
What do you do with fan leaves after harvest?
You can also dry fan leaves and brew them into tea and or use them in recipes for salves. Sugar leaves, on the other hand, produce a thick coat of cannabinoid-packed trichomes.
Should I cut off big fan leaves?
Fan leaves that are growing inward toward the plant should be removed. Bud sites that are lower down on the plant may be removed so that the plant can focus on the bud sites closer to the top. Dead or dying leaves should be pruned.
Should I remove fan leaves in veg?
As in veg, you should still be removing any leaves that are laying on top of each other, and focus on removing those lower leaves (only bigger fan leaves) on the plant if possible. You especially want to remove any big fan leaves near the top that are hiding buds from the light.