Are you looking for a new strain that is extremely versatile, and can be used in a magnitude of different situations? Then you are looking for Golden Goat!
Whether you’re looking for a strain to help you rewind after a long day, or even to give you that boost of creativity, then you need to grow some Golden Goat seeds!
Below we’re going to cover everything there is to know about Golden Goat seeds including, where to buy the best Golden Goat seeds, how difficult they are to grow, and what the strains effects are!
Golden Goat Seeds Overview
|Type: Sativa Dominate Hybrid||Grow Difficulty: Easy-Medium|
|THC/CBD: 23% THC, 1% CBD||Harvest Period: 65-75 Days After Flowering|
|Effects: Stimulating, Creativity, Relaxing/Unwinding||Yield: ~400g Per Plant|
About Golden Goat Seeds
Golden Goat Seeds were created in Topeka Kansas by Mr. Dank. Created by happy accident with breeding between Hawaiian x Romulan strain with Island Sweet Skunk. This strain was eventually kept as just a clone by Mr. Dank, until it traveled to Colorado and now seeds are available around the world!
This strain actually got its name due to their unique fruity and sweet aroma which reminded Mr. Dank of a nearby company called Golden Goat.
You might often see this strain labeled as Golden Goat Kush, but the official name is Golden Goat, so don’t get confused if you see the former.
Where to Purchase Golden Goat Seeds
Prices of Golden Goat Seeds:
Growing Golden Goat Seeds
Once you’ve purchased your seeds, it’s time to get growing!
This strain is very versatile, and as long as you focus on what you’re doing, this can be grown by beginners and professional growers alike!
I would rate this strain as a medium difficulty.
This strain needs a little bit of love and attention, but it can definitely be done by a beginner.
If you’re growing indoors using hydroponics then I would recommend using a medium dosage of NPK nutrients, and once the flowering stage has begun then you can bump up the amount of nutrients. During this stage you’ll notice that this strain has beautiful trichomes and you’ll see a nice pink color.
I would also recommend using a large pot to give these seeds plenty of room. This strain has quite a large root spread, and these roots just like to expand! I generally use 25 gallon+ sized pots. So if you’re growing indoors remember to transplant when needed.
Growing Conditions and Environment:
Golden Goat seeds enjoy warmer and summer climates. I believe the ideal temperatures are around 70-85 degrees Fahrenheit. I wouldn’t recommend temperatures above 90 degrees or below 55 degrees fahrenheit.
That being said, humidity should be kept to a moderate range, so fans are a definite must if kept inside.
When you grow Golden Goat seeds indoors, you’ll see the flowering cycle complete around 9-11 weeks in. I’ve had a few grows of this strain that finished in 8 weeks and one or two that finished in 12 weeks as well.
I know, I know. Everyone wants to know how much the yield is.
This strain averages about a 450 gram yield per meter squared, or around 400 grams per plant. This is one of the main benefits of this strain is that it gives you a large yield!
If you’re growing outdoors, you’ll often get an even larger yield than this, but you do have to keep a watchful eye on your grows!
Effects of Golden Goat Strain
The effects of this Golden Goat strain is the reason why so many people are intrigued in growing it. It provides a large range of effects, and you’re guaranteed to find a benefit for you.
Here is the list of the main effects that I’ve seen with Golden Goat:
- Improved Energy
- Improved Awareness
- Improved Creativity
- More Confident, Especially In Social Situations
- Relaxation and the Ability To Unwind
Furthermore, this strain has numerous medical benefits including reduced anxiety, helps with depression, fights pain and inflammation, gives you back your appetite.
Final Thoughts on Golden Goat Seeds
Overall if you’re looking for a versatile strain that is great for unwinding and dealing with anxiety or confidence issues, then Golden Goat is the strain for you!
It’s available through one of our favorite online distributors Pacific Seed Bank.
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