Sweet Tooth by Barney’s Farm is a multi-award winning champion cannabis strain from the early 2000’s. She packs some well-rounded traits, being easy to grow, having high yields, and being extremely potent. Expect a deep, long-lasting heavy stone, and a sweet candy flavour. Sweet Tooth has a flowering time of roughly 8-9 weeks, and yields up to 550g/m².
|Genetics||70% indica - 30% sativa|
|Parents||Afghani x Nepalese x Hawaiian|
|Flowering period||8-9 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||End of September|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Barney's Farm|
Sweet Tooth by Barney’s Farm made its way into the spotlight with three back-to-back Cannabis Cup wins in the early 2000’s. From the very beginning, people were blown away by its potent strength and complexity. Bred by crossing Afghani, Nepalese, and Hawaiian strains, the end result is an indica-heavy hybrid (70% indica to 30% sativa) with a delicious taste to match the name.
Sweet Tooth is an excellent strain for beginning growers; easy to grow, produces substantial yields, AND delivers potency. Outdoor growers will harvest medium yields and indoor growers about 550g/m² yields. Sweet Tooth matures to a medium height outdoors and 80-90cm indoors, so it will need some support at the end of its flowering period, due to developing heavy, resinous buds. This will be at about 8-9 weeks. The harvest time for outdoor growing is the end of September.
Sweet Tooth has an interesting complexity in flavor and aroma; it has notes of mango and nutmeg along with the candy-like sweetness. This sweet package delivers a heavy body high, that settles in nicely and deeply for full relaxation. Testing shows up to 20% THC, and 1.2% CBD.
This strain has got it all. It’s tasty, it’s strong, and it’s easy to grow. This strain would pair perfectly with anything relaxing activity; Consider a massage or a bubble bath, cozying up with a good book, or feeding the birds in the park. If you’re looking for a way to decompress from the day, or even get ready for bed, Sweet Tooth is a solid bet.