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The Sweet Tart strain might remind you of candy in elementary school. The strain is just one of a number of strains to be named after sweet treats from candy to fruit to cake. The strain is very potent so please don’t underestimate it on account of its name. 

The science of genetics of marijuana has improved vastly. Look for more strains to be created that wow you in the flavor and potency departments.

Below will outline what you need to know about the Sweet Tart weed strain

Sweet Tart Marijuana Strain Genetics

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Is Sweet Tart strain an Indica or Sativa?

Sweet Tart is a balanced hybrid of ATF, Purple Thai, and Afghani. The high will hit you as soon as you exhale and will wipe away any negative thoughts. The high is one of the happiest in all of marijuana which is fitting due to its name. 

ATF is also called Alaskan Thunder Fuck which can be grown in nearly any condition. Besides having a hilarious name, you can expect up to 20 percent THC in this strain. You will be energized and possibly a bit hungry with this Sativa-dominant hybrid. 

Purple Thai can sport up to 23 percent THC while having a beautiful berry flavor. The strain might be better dabbed as the flavors can truly be accentuated. The high is energizing but could be a bit too intense for new smokers. 

Afghani will allow you to relax after a long day so you can relieve stress levels. The strain has up to 19 percent THC so it is pretty potent. Expect your mood to be boosted with this classic strain. 

Sweet Tart Weed Strain Yield

You are going to want to grow Sweet Tart indoors as outdoor yields are not substantial. Indoors you can expect 2 to 3 ounces per square meter. Outdoors you can expect around 150 grams per plant. 

If you are looking for a massive yield then this is not going to be a strain for you. Some strains can yield a few pounds per plant which is nothing short of amazing. There are growers that try to grow unique strains while others that want the highest yield of the most potent flower possible. 

Flowering Period Of The Sweet Tart Pot Strain

The flowering phase of Sweet Tart lasts 50 to 60 days. The nugs of this strain will be light green and accompanied by amber hairs. The trichomes have a golden appearance with this aesthetically pleasing strain. 

THC Content Of The Sweet Tart Strain

Sweet Tart can range in THC from 18 to 28 percent. There is no grow of Sweet Tart that is going to be considered anything less than potent. 

Flavor And Aroma Of The Sweet Tart Weed Strain

The flavor of Sweet Tart will be fruity and herbal. The aroma consists of notes of berry, earthy, and fruit. The terpene profile of this strain is comprised of Myrcene, Camphene, and Carene.

Myrcene can help a person relax their muscles and mind relax as well. You can find relief from insomnia with this terpene. Gorilla Glue #4 and Sour Diesel are both potent strains that contain this terpene. 

Camphene has been used for a wide variety of things including fuel in the past. You can expect your inflammation and pain to be mitigated. Jack Frost and Fruity Pebbles are two delicious strains that have this terpene at high levels. 

Carene comes with the scent of lemons. Terpene has been known to enhance memory and reduce inflammation in a consumer. The strains that contain this terp are Jungle Cake and Grape Pie.

Sweet Tart Strain Weed Seeds

Neptune Seed Bank and Seed Finder both carry these seeds. You need to know that receiving seeds in the mail from a seed bank is actually illegal. This might change with the federal legalization of marijuana but this has not happened yet.

Finding seeds at a dispensary should not present a huge challenge. You can even ask fellow growers for seeds if you are having a hard time finding feminized Sweet Tart weed seeds. 

Price Of Sweet Tart Weed

1/8th of an ounce is going to cost nearly $70. The full ounces can run you up to $440 due to the potency of the strain. 

Prices are going to fluctuate due to the availability and rarity of a strain. Certain new marijuana markets have a difficult time keeping up with demand for certain strains. Shop around by looking online to see the inventories of the dispensaries that are closest to you. 

Medical Conditions Sweet Tart Can Help

Marijuana is medicine for so many people that don’t want to rely on potentially dangerous pharmaceuticals. Finding relief might take trying a few different strains with various cannabinoid and terpene profiles. Sweet Tart can help with the following medical conditions:

  • Chronic Pain
  • Loss Of Appetite
  • Depression
  • Nausea
  • Stress

The CBD content in this strain tops out at 8 percent so it is a great medical strain. You won’t have to supplement anymore CBD if you find flower that also sports a CBD content of 8 percent. 

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Final Words On The Sweet Tart Weed Strain 

Sweet Tart is a strain that you definitely need to try if you are lucky enough to find it available. Take the time to research each strain you purchase to educate yourself on the effects it will have. Always try smoking a strain before growing it as the effects might not agree with you at all.

Growing marijuana can present a challenge for some as you need space when growing indoors or outdoors. Indoor grows can limit the yields of certain strains while outdoor grows can make it difficult to conceal odorous strains when they are flowering. Take the time to figure out what your optimum growing setup will be before even putting the seeds in the soil. 

Sweet Tart is another strain named after a popular consumer item. What is a candy that you would love to see a strain named after? 

Gavin Kushman. Cannabis strain writer in a cannabis garden
Gavin Kushman

Gavin is a worldly adventurer and cannabis connoisseur, embarking on journeys that take him to the far corners of the globe to explore and document the varied effects, flavors, and histories of both renowned and lesser-known strains. From the misty high-altitude farms of the Hindu Kush highlands to the vibrant cannabis cafes of Amsterdam, Gavin's quest for knowledge spans continents. A recognized authority in the cannabis industry, he frequently lends his expertise to leading publications such as Cannabis Training University, where his captivating blog articles chronicle his unique experiences with different cannabis strains.

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