A relatively easy strain to grow, being resistant to mold, spider mites and heat, Satori can easily be over fertilized if a grower is not careful. For that last reason, it is recommended that growers have a grow or two under their belts before they try Satori, still others have started with Satori and had good results. Plants of this strain are ready for harvest in October outside or after 65 to 70 inside. Satori can produce quite a stench and grow quite tall. Indoor yields can reach up to 600 grams, while some outdoor grows report up to 1200 grams. Tests show that the THC range for Satori is between 23 and 28 percent.