Yo, what’s good? My name is Dan and I’m here to talk to y’all about one of the illest strains out there – Golden Goat. This bud is versatile as hell and can be used for any occasion you can think of. If you wanna feel like you’re flying high or muster up the courage to talk to your crush, then you gotta get your hands on some Golden Goat seeds.
Let me tell y’all a little somethin’ about this strain. Golden Goat is known for its pulse-pounding effects and nose-curling aroma. It’s a sativa-dominant hybrid with 18-22% THC and less than 0.1% CBD. The terpenes in this strain include terpinolene, caryophyllene, and myrcene, and it has stimulating, creative, and relaxing effects.
Golden Goat was accidentally created in Topeka, Kansas by Mr. Dank (yeah, you heard that right). He crossed a Hawaiian x Romulan male with an Island Sweet Skunk female and voila – Golden Goat was born. Mr. Dank kept it as a clone-only strain and it eventually made its way to Colorado where it became a holy-grail level cannabis strain among both medical and recreational users.
Now let’s talk about growing this bud. Golden Goat has a medium difficulty grow rating, but don’t let that discourage you. It just needs a little extra love to show off its true potential. Indoors with hydroponics, use a medium dose of N-P-K nutrients during flowering and it can handle high amounts of nutrients to fill out each bud site with plump calyxes, vibrant pistils, and trichomes that look like they might just jump out at you. Outdoors, use large pots (think 25-gallons or more) so the roots can spread out.
Golden Goat performs best in warm summertime conditions with temperatures between 70-80°F, but not higher than 90°F or lower than 55°F. It doesn’t like high humidity so make sure to use spacing techniques, oscillating fans, and dehumidifiers if necessary. Flowering time is between 9-11 weeks indoors and late October outdoors, with a potential yield of 450g/m² or up to 400g/plant.
This strain grows tall, up to 10 feet indoors and even taller outdoors, so keep that in mind if you’re limited on room height. It’s also highly resistant to diseases and pests which is always a plus in my book.
When it comes to the appearance of Golden Goat weed, you’ll notice resin-coated flowers with pistils jutting out of fat calyxes that make the buds look like they’re dipped in 24-karat gold. As for the high, expect increased energy, heightened awareness, creative thoughts, social motivation, and relaxation. Medical patients may find relief from anxiety, depression, pain, inflammation, and appetite stimulation.
There are a few cons to growing Golden Goat though. It grows tall which may not be suitable for stealth growers and has an overpowering aroma that may not be everyone’s cup of tea (or should I say puff of smoke). It can also be too intense for beginners so take it slow if you’re new to cannabis.
Now if you’re lookin’ to score Golden Goat cannabis seeds, you’re in luck. My homies over at Blimburn Seeds be keepin’ this strain in stock and ready to buy. So hit them up for those Golden Goat feminized seeds and tell ’em Dan sent ya!
Overall, Golden Goat is an incredible strain that deserves all the hype it gets. If you’re looking for a versatile bud with high-quality flower and unique terpene content, then give Golden Goat a try. Happy growing!