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Sweet tea seeds

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Outdoors, you’ll need to be careful when it comes to how fast and massive this strain goes – during the flowering period it can shoot up and over 3m tall. This is why we recommend topping this strain and guiding its branches outwards so that it grows horizontally. In order to do this you’ll need to meticulously train the branches. When done right and given a full feeding schedule, you can harvest an entire kilogram from one of these plants. You can also grow it without such an intense schedule thanks to its natural resistance. That’s why it’s such a great choice for guerrilla growers or for those that don’t have much time to get their chores done. It should be ready to harvest towards mid-October.

Learn to grow Sweet Tea Regular indoors

Sweet Tea Regular by Subcool The Dank is a strain that comes from a California Orange (delicious aroma, high yields) crossed with an Alcatraz OH, which in turn comes from a cross between a potent, psychoactive Hell’s Angel OG and a Fisco OG (Hell’s Angel OG x Dead Head OG). They then took the result and crossed it again with one of their favorite strains to use when making new ones; Space Queen. The final result is a plant that’s high-yielding and easy to grow; highly similar to California Orange in regards to growth and structure. However, once it begins to flower it’ll begin to start showing signs of the other strains involved in growing it. This strain is perfect for both indoor and outdoor growing.

This sativa-dominant strain grows at a decent pace, producing a branchy, wide structure with an average distance between nodes. This means that, if you want to grow this plant properly indoors, we highly recommend giving the plants plenty of space to grow out their branches. With a decent feeding schedule (it needs quite a lot of nutrients) and a little care, you can easily harvest 500g per m2. During the flowering period, especially during the last few weeks, we recommend keeping humidity as low as possible – its flowers grow quite thick and can easily become infected by fungi. It should be ready to harvest after 55-65 days.

Learn to grow Sweet Tea Regular outdoors

Sweet Tea Regular is the perfect strain if you’re fan of California Orange, as the final yield is incredibly similar although more aromatic, resinous and high yielding.

Sweet tea seeds

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Sweet Tea is a native or wild plant. Currently on the market is a wide variety of food plot seed such as various clovers, cereal grains, brassicas and a number of other greens. They are mostly annuals but some are short-lived perennials and most are very high in nutrition and palatability. If you have good soil or have it amended properly and have a good system of getting these crops planted and growing successfully every year then you are lucky. We are not trying to discourage anyone from using these products. We use them too. We just want to help people recognize that there are perennial native plants that are much more forgiving about soil quality, pH and low rainfall. In fact they thrive in that environment. That is their “briar-patch”! It’s all about choosing the right ones. These plants keep making high-protein browse throughout the growing season, whether or not you have success with your annual food plot planting efforts. Hands down, Sweet Tea is the best one of all. If you don’t mind doing a little experimentation to determine where it performs best on your specific site you will be rewarded in a big way.

FAQ’s about Sweet Tea

In most cases as hunting season fades away, so does the available forage in our food plots. The bad thing about this is that spring and summer are when deer utilize large amounts of protein for does to produce milk, fawns and yearlings to grow frame and bucks to grow antlers. Additionally, when there is no food, deer stop using the plots. This hinders the effectiveness of our plots from a hunting standpoint. “Sweet Tea” routinely tests in the mid to high thirties in crude protein; higher than iron clay peas, clover, alfalfa and soybeans. Sweet Tea is also much higher in calcium and phosphorous content. These levels are very important for growing antlers and bone.

Sweet Tea is a special selection of a perennial plant in the Mallow family named Sida that is highly attractive to deer. There are about a dozen species of Sida that occur in the Southeastern United States, some native and some non-native. There are numerous common names for different Sida species and many times the same common name is used for different ones, which leads to confusion. This is probably because there are several that look a lot alike. Sweet tea has been identified as Sida acuta, which is a native plant of the Southeastern United States. Some of the common names used for this plant include Ironweed, Teaweed, Broomweed, Fanpetals and Wireweed. Teaweed is also used as a common name for Sida spinosa, which is an invasive plant in agriculture. Since it is native, Sida acuta could never be considered an invasive plant. If it were going to become a problem plant, this would have happened many eons ago! This said the seed is easily transported by tires, which is why Sida is commonly found along roadsides and disturbed areas. Of all the Sida acuta and other Sidas we studied, one stood out from all the others and seemed to be irresistible to deer.

What exactly is Sweet Tea?

Sweet Tea (Sida acuta) provides your deer with high protein browse all summer long, increasing the productivity of your deer hunt by supplying a consistent nutrient source that will help does make milk and bucks grow antlers and frame. The live plugs we sell are large with a 5″ deep x 2″ wide root ball. Read below for more info.