The Power Plant seeds you get from Dutch Passion are purebreds that have not been hybridized. As a result, these plants grow consistently and uniformly when you have the original. It is highly stable and offers an excellent yield if grown correctly. You can grow it indoors or outdoors, and it flowers relatively quickly as well. When grown outdoors, Power Plant is ready for harvest by the middle of October. It can yield anywhere between 21-35 ounces per plant. When grown indoors, the flowering time is between 7-9 weeks. Indoor growers can expect a return of between 17-21 ounces per square meter planted. Those who have grown Power Plant say it performs well indoors when you use a standard soil mix. You have the option to top the plants after they reach the vegetative stage. Change the light schedule to force Power Plant into the bloom stage within six weeks. By then, your plants should be close to two feet tall.
You might see the first pistils appearing by the end of the first week of flowering. Training the plant will increase the number of colas, although this also results in smaller buds. Growers report that large buds begin to appear by the third week of flowering, and the thick resin production begins thereafter. By the end of the seventh week of flowering, your Power Plant crop could be ready for harvest. Make sure you check the pistils and trichomes to determine the perfect time for harvesting. It is also essential to flush your plants at least one week before you intend to cut them down.