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Double Dutch Medical Marijuana Strain Review

Double Dutch Marijuana Strain

Double Dutch Strain Info

Double Dutch Strain Overall Grade: A-
Double Dutch Marijuana Strain Type: Indica Dominant
Double Dutch Marijuana THC Content: 15% to 19%
Double Dutch Marijuana High: head high, then relaxing Double Dutch Marijuana Smell: Fruity, Flowery scent
Double Dutch Strain Genetics/Lineage: Warlock male x Pre-2000 Chronic female
Double Dutch Marijuana Plant Height: Medium 
Double Dutch Marijuana Flowering Time: 55 to 65 Days
Double Dutch Marijuana Outdoor Harvest: Mid October
Double Dutch Strain Indoor Marijuana Yield: High
Double Dutch Strain Outdoor Marijuana Yield: High
Double Dutch Marijuana Seed Bank: Magus Genetics
Double Dutch Marijuana Obtained from: The Green Depot

Double Dutch Marijuana Strain Review 

Double Dutch marijuana is a popular medical marijuana strain originally introduced at the High Times Cannabis Cup 2002 by renowned cannabis seed breeders, Magus Genetics.  

Strain Potency and High
Double Dutch is a mid- to high-potency indica dominant hybrid marijuana strain that is popular among many MMJ patients.  The Double Dutch marijuana strain ranges from 15% to 19% when Double Dutch plants are properly grown and cared for.  

The high hits you like a mid- to strong Sativa high, providing a nice cerebral buzz.  The cerebral buzz lasts less than thirty minutes before the indica high takes over.  From this stage on, the Double Dutch medical marijuana high is mellow and relaxing, yet not sleepy. Very nice for an after work smoke.

Appearance, Smell, Taste

Appearance: Double Dutch weed is a very attractive medical marijuana strain.  Double Dutch strain marijuana buds are a light green, though not a light as some of the near neon colored medical marijuana strains.  While Double Dutch strain cannabis buds are a light tone of green, the buds are covered with an abundance of dark orange hairs, which helps to hide Double Dutch's light green color tone. Double Dutch strain marijuana buds are generally large and somewhat dense.

Smell: Double Dutch marijuana carries with it a strong, fruity, flowery scent

Taste: The fruity, wildflower smell of the Double Dutch strain carries over to its taste.  As a quality tasting medical marijuana strain, Double Dutch cannabis is kind to the taste buds. 

History, Lineage, Genetics
Double Dutch strain is a cross between a Warlock male cannabis plant and a Pre-2000 Chronic female plant.  The Double Dutch marijuana strain was released by Magus Genetics at the High Time Cannabis Cup in 2002.  Since then the popularity of Double Dutch has skyrocketed.  It is considered a favorite to many medical marijuana patients.

Growing Double Dutch Cannabis

Good Double Dutch weed is held in high regard by medical marijuana patients for its medicinal qualities, but also buy cannabis breeders, medical marijuana growers, caregivers and medical marijuana dispensaries.  Why? Because the Double Dutch medical marijuana strain is a relatively easy marijuana strain to grow.

Double Dutch marijuana plants can be grown with success indoors or outdoors. When grow indoors using artificial lighting, Double Dutch marijuana reaches the flowering stage in 55 to 65 days and produces a high yield of four to five ounces.  If you decide to grow Double Dutch marijuana outdoors, harvest should take place in mid-October.  The yield of Double Dutch grown outside varies widely due manly to the environment and conditions under which the cannabis is grown.

You can grow the Double Dutch strain starting with Double Dutch cannabis seeds or clones.  Double Dutch can be grown in soil or using a hydroponic setup.  For the best Double Dutch marijuana with the highest yield, it is strongly recommended to grow your Double Dutch strain cannabis plant indoors using a hydroponic growing system and artificial lighting.


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