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Black Widow


A most infamous strain that since 1994 has won a number of awards, including the High Times Cannabis Cup in 1995, and has acquired acclaim from most corners of the globe - rightly so. It has a pedigree of parentage that combines a Brazilian Sativa with a South Indian hybrid. Basically, it is White Widow changing its colors like its company.It will seem evident to the cultivator that this species needs slightly more attention to achieve the expected results. Do not forget the necessary love and attention in order to get the best results. For indoor methods the grower will find that 10 weeks of flowering will be necessary to realize the immense resin production. Expected yield of 350 to 450 grams per square meter. In the northern hemisphere expect harvest around September/October, having planted as late as June. However, there is a chance that rain could reduce the expected yield.Be Warned. This is the original true blue champion that began a whole new wave of breeds before it consumed its partners

Citral Mass


A reworked excellent version of an old breed once known as Big Bud. This is an absolute must for the cultivator who demands a high yield with an equally high stone. It is the heaviest plant currently in production for commercial farmers and outdoor crops and resembles the male genital protrusion of a giant donkey. Due to its heavy flower construction it can be susceptible to mould if the growing area is too humid. So be warned, and harvest on time. It has a genetic pedigree originating from a particularly heavy Afghani combined with the original Skunk#1. An expected yield indoors would be 650-750 grams per square metre within 50-55 days, possibly more for the experienced cultivators. If cultivated outdoors, expect harvest in September for the northern hemisphere and by March in the southern hemisphere.

Devil


The definitive plant for those interested in outdoors/greenhouses. Due to its Afghani pedigree, taste, reddish aura, and magical mind journey tendencies, this plant provides quite a wonderful therapy. No one can be unhappy possessing this nice devil (and a righteous one at that). It has a genetic make-up of Afghan x Afghan/Skunk and shows initial slow growth until it has an established root ball. Then watch out, brothers and sisters! Expect to finish this plant in the Northern hemisphere by October and in the Southern hemisphere by June/July. Indoors, 8-10 weeks with a yield expected of at least 550-600 grams per square metre. Definitely recommended for first time growers.

Dreamtime


A selection of mixed indoor varieties of excellent parenteage including Skunk, NL, Haze, and Afghan. Highly recommended for the first time grower or those that search for an econmic solution to their problems.

Early Queen


Since the beginning of the 1990's, this three way hybrid has earnt acclaim in the cultivators' world. It is quick to finish both indoors and outdoors and is, therefore, perfect for cold climate countries in the northern hemisphere. The flowering cycle is expected to be between 6-8 weeks with indoor cultivation. Expect harvest time in the northern hemisphere as early as September and in the southern hemisphere by March. The yields will surprise the victims. The genetic composition of this breed stems from early Californian blends mixed with a touch of Mexican. So, Signor Cultivator, enjoy your Early Queen and her fruits like a happy farmer should Real early, real juicy, and the real thing.


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