Critical + 2.0 is a very beautiful cannabis plant with thin, light-green leaves and a tall, slim body that sometimes reaches heights of 2.5 m outdoors. Her open structure helps with better light penetration, which leads to incredibly generous crops of super-bulky and rock-hard buds covered by a thick and smelly layer of resin.
Critical + 2.0 stands out for her incredible yielding potential as well. She offers all one would expect from one of the flagships of this industry: crops of 700 g/m2 indoors and some 900-1300 g/plant outdoors. Her extraordinary yielding capacity has earned her huge fame and so she’s now one of the favourite strains of Dutch gardens for commercial purposes.
Aromas and flavours
Critical + 2.0 delivers very intense sensations perceivable through the senses. The range is so wide that it’s as if we were in front of a selection of cannabis delicacies. Near her, you’ll notice how the whole atmosphere is filled with a strong, fresh and strong aroma of lemon, pine and spices. Take a drag, close your eyes and let yourself be surprised!
Critical + 2.0 delivers a powerful, relaxing and long-lasting sensation that is more physical than cerebral. A slightly soothing and restful effect gets into your body and takes you to a highly relaxed state. Don’t worry about her high THC content (20 %) because it won’t knock you out. This is where her Indica-dominance (70 %) becomes particularly evident, helping you to cope with stressful moments or to disconnect deeply from the world.
Critical + 2.0 is widely known, among others, for her vigorous growth regardless of the surrounding conditions. This resistance to plagues and moisture is a great asset that spares a lot of trouble to all cannabis growers, no matter how inexperienced they are. We can conclude that this plant brings nothing but joy: she flowers incredibly fast (45-50 days indoors and by the end of September outdoors) and the quality of the end product is simply amazing.
The use of anti-odour filters at the end of the flowering is usually necessary as well as some staking for holding the weight of her heavy branches. Don’t overlook her growth in small spaces either since she tends to stretch a lot.