Originally Posted by Indicanna Bones
I really enjoyed growing out your Charlie Horse last summer. It was a good strain for 42°N, plants started flowering between the last week of July and the first week of August, and I had almost no problems with mold. The smoke is great, a strong hybrid high that is uplifting and does not incapacitate.
I got some of your Højte testers, and I was wondering how they would compare. Charlie Horse was described as a semi auto, whilst Højte is semi auto x auto. Is Højte more prone to autoflowering, or is it a fast flowering photoperiod like Charlie Horse? Thank you in advance for any input.
Thanks for chiming in, Indicanna. Glad you enjoyed the Charlie Horse...it's a favorite around here with a few underground growers providing for their customers.
The Højte is a fast flowering photoperiod and a joy to grow. We trimmed several plants recently and gave samples to several friends. Nice, very sticky, resiny plant with very hashy taste. Great UP feeling. We smoked the finger hash- smooth, potent, very satisfying.
While Charlie Horse has more CBD, the Højte is a fun hazy, hashy strain.
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