Train wreck Strain is a cultivar with mysterious origins, most particularly about the meaning behind its name.
Legend has it Trainwreck was so named because the original cut grew on a hill the same summer there was a train crash in the Humboldt region.
Other sources claim the strain was named for the immediate slam of mental invigoration it had on users, which hit the mind like a runaway train.
According to the Seedsman blog, Trainwreck first emerged sometime in the 1980s from the Emerald Triangle region of Northern California.
Trainwreck itself is thought to be a cross of several landrace strains, namely a Mexican Sativa, Thai Sativa, and Afghani Indica.
Lab tests show Trainwreck with high levels of the terpenes terpinolene, myrcene, and limonene, all of which contribute to its reported lemon and pine aroma.
Consumers can point to its limonene content and moderate 28%-38% THC content for Trainwreck’s energy-inducing effects.
For growing this strain with hydroponics, TH Seeds recommends using Botanicare Pure Blend Pro and Liquid Karma
Also to help ensure plants get their necessary enzymes.
During peak flowering time, they also recommend you add Bud Swell for the best yield.
For indoor cultivation, one has to consider the choice between hydroponics and soil.
Plants grown in hydro will have higher yields, but those grown in soil reportedly taste much better.
In hydro, the plants can produce yields between 300 and 400 grams per square meter. In soil, they produce between 200 and 300 grams per square meter.
However A-Train plants grow wide and 120-140 centimeters tall.
A-Train is half-Sativa and half-Indica. It is a mix of Arcata Trainwreck and Mazar-i-Sharif Afghan.
Is a mind-bending, potent sativa with effects that hit like a freight train.
The strain requires anywhere between 53 to 60 days to flower.
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