About Sugar Klingon
A hybrid created by the breeders at Dutch Passion, Sugar Klingon descends from two of their strains the mother, called Klingonberry, and a Fig Widow Queen father. Klingonberry was a cross between a Sagarmatha Blueberry, a Bubblegum clone and Aloha 98. The father's genetics include 98 Aloha White Widow and Cinderella 99. The purpose of crossing these two strains was to weed out some of less than desirable traits inherent in the genetics of Klingonberry. Dutch Passion chose the mother from dozens of Klingonberry plants, searching for the best to cross with the father. Sugar Klingon carries a cerebral high that is good for elevating moods without making users sluggish and tired. Patients that use this strain often love the buttery and berry taste of it.
Created with purpose, Sugar Klingon is a stronger blending of the two other strains in an attempt to make the plants stronger. This fusion lessened the difficulty of growth, the leaf to calyx ratio and a powerful stench. It also added more structure to the plants. Now Sugar Klingon grows to a medium height with relative ease but is still not recommended for those just starting their grow set ups. Requiring between eight and nine weeks to flower, this strain can be grown outdoors or in a greenhouse but is most often grown indoors. It can produce up to 30 grams per square meter. Sugar Klingon can contain as much as 17 percent THC.