Cannabis cultivators rate Purple Punch’s growth difficulty as medium, so it’s best suited for those with some experience. The main concerns are preventing mold and keeping pests at bay; caterpillars, in particular, love munching on this plant. Purple Punch thrives in a sunny, humid climate, and so those growing this bud indoors will be required to provide high-powered lights and a powerful heating system. Growers opting for outdoor cultivation will need a Mediterranean climate to get the best out of this bud, with harvest time being around mid-late October. The good news is that Purple Punch offers a bountiful outdoor yield ranging between 35-70 ounces per plant. Regular topping to prevent the larger leaves from blocking light and air is crucial for a healthy and robust yield.
She flowers in 50-60 days indoors, so growers won’t have to wait for too long to reap the benefits of their labor! Indoor growers can expect a generous yield of 21 ounces per square meter. Those looking to bring out the purple hues will need to expose the plant to cooler temperatures before the flowering stage. Growers will also have to find the right balance between stimulating the anthocyanin pigments using low-stress training techniques and keeping the plant healthy to maximize yield.