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Author: Robert Bergman  13/06/2018 - 19:11:00

Information about Bandana:

Bandana is known for its mild yet mentally stimulating effects. It sends a cerebral rush that gets users talking and buzzing with excitement. The energizing banana and coffee flavors have also helped catapult its name to fame. But, the high level of CBD is its most significant benefit.

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Another way that people use this is to combat fatigue. During the height of the psychedelic high, the tendency is for people to feel reinvigorated. While it may not necessarily pump in the seemingly limitless energy that some high THC Sativa strains do, it is quite capable of motivating people to complete chores.


Like 707 Headband, Bandana does not have sturdy branches. Due to the weight of the flowers, it may droop. Hence, growers may have to provide support.

During the vegetative stage, it may appear to be a squat plant often reaching 3 feet only. However, as it approaches the flowering phase, it can quickly reach 7 feet tall. In the weeks leading to its harvest, it is best to apply low-stress training to stimulate the production of flowers.

Apart from stretching, the initial weeks of the blooming stage reveal Bandana’s beautiful mint colored buds. Shaped like spades, they are large and coated thickly with trichomes that shimmer under the light. Giving depth to its color are the surrounding amber hairs.

Flowering Time

The flowering period, once it begins, takes 10 to 11 weeks. While it may sound like a long time, that is typical of Sativa plants. One advantage of extended bloom phase is that it allows for the production of more flowers. During harvest, growers can expect up to 16 ounces of buds.

Bandana should thrive well in a Mediterranean-like climate. By early November, it should produce 16 ounces of buds or more per plant.

Have you ever smoked or grown your own Bandana? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.


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