Cherry Wine is a careful cross between The Wife and Charlotte’s Cherries. It is a particularly sweet strain with abundant growth and resin development. It’s CBD content ranges from 15 to 20 percent and its THC levels average about .25 percent. As such, Cherry Wine is a great way to add both flavor and (compliant) cannabinoid levels to any licensed hemp farm.
The Wife x Charlotte’s Cherries
The Wife is a hemp hybrid of unknown heritage. Nevertheless, she is quite popular thanks to her high CBD profile and impressive durability. Though slightly underwhelming to the eye, her fruity, floral flavor, and surprisingly strong effects more than make up for it. With CBD levels as high as 20 percent, this potent strain tops most others on the market today.
The Wife grows moderately tall and requires about five to six feet of spacing to reach its fullest potential. She likes to sunbathe all day long if she is to develop her dense coat of trichomes. The Wife does not like excessive moisture, however, and fares better in less humid environments. When given the right conditions, she will produce a thick resinous blanket within the last few weeks of her flowering period.
Charlotte’s Cherries lends a real beauty to the Cherry Wine strain. It boasts beautiful, bright green bugs with a spatting of thin orange hairs. It emits a pleasant sweet yet funky perfume and graces the consumer with the subtle flavors of cherry and skunk. The CBD content of Charlotte’s Cherries usually clocks in at around 15 percent. However, due to its sativa-like growing patterns, the size of the Charlotte’s Cherries hemp plant means that farmers can collect more CBD-rich resin per acre than many other smaller varieties provide.
Charlotte’s Cherries proliferates with relatively little effort. The attractive biomass sells well on the open market. Its moderately high cannabinoid content is highly appealing to hemp processors and product distributors, as well. Indeed, it is perfect for both extraction and high-end smokable product.
Growing Cherry Wine
The Cherry Wine hemp strain grows well in organic, alkaline soil. Pesticides and chemical additives are rarely necessary when growing this hearty cultivar. She prefers high heat and abundant sun exposure and should grow to about five feet tall when it’s content in its environment. Growers can expect Cherry Wine to produce about four to five ounces of flowers for every foot of height, which can take between seven to ten weeks from the start of its flowering period.
Due to its abundant trichome content and large harvest window, Cherry Wine is perfect for growers in all regions and of all experience levels. It is predictable and compliant, and a great addition to hemp farms across the nation.
Buy Cherry Wine Hemp Seeds
Cherry Wine hemp seeds are hugely popular among hemp farmers nationwide. These seeds boast incredible CBD levels with minuscule levels of THC, making it a highly compliant cultivar throughout much of the United States.