A customer has a question and I hope we can get some opinions on it, thanks
Hi, In all that I have read about growing marijuana, I have never heard any mention of the local fauna, especially trees, having an effect on the flavor of the cured herb. In my experience, local trees played a big part in flavor, at least in the past, where guerilla growing was the only outdoor way. Weed grown in Trinity County, California, had a strong piney flavor, while weed grown in Humboldt County, CA, had a redwood/sequoia flavor. A grower in southern California who grows out in the middle of citrus orchards has herb that tastes like citrus, no matter what the variety. Marijuana grown in Newton County, Arkansas, has a mild oak/hickory flavor. I don’t know if it is the pollen in the air, the tree roots, or what, but there seems to be a connection. Any thoughts?