White Widow | Feminised, Indoor & Outdoor
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|Variety||02 Indica / Sativa|
|THC Inhalt||04 Hoch (11% - 19%)|
|CBD Inhalt||01 Sehr Niedrig (unter 1%)|
|Anbauort||03 Indoor & Outdoor|
|Ertrag Indoor (g/m²)||04 Sehr Hoch (über 500g/m²)|
|Ertrag Outdoor (g/Pflanze)||04 Sehr hoch (über 500g)|
|Pflanzenhöhe Outdoor (cm)||04 Sehr hoch (über 220cm)|
|Blütezeit Indoor||09 Wochen|
|Erntemonat Outdoor||10 Oktober|
|Genetik||White Widow x White Widow|
White Widow cannabis seeds by Dinafem Seeds belong to a feminized, Indica-dominant cannabis strain that results from a 1997 White Widow elite clone. This legendary seed was the queen of the Dutch coffee shops during the 90’s thanks to its excellent Indica properties.
White Widow cannabis seed has been a reference for more than 20 years for many cannabis lovers, which is no coincidence given its well-known relaxing and therapeutic properties. It is a wonderful, easy-to-grow, hardy, vigorous marijuana plant that flowers fast and produces dense buds brimming with resin, which is much more abundant than in other strains and which has been used in many breeding projects.
White Widow cannabis seeds perform best in small indoor spaces and under dry, warm, sunny climates outdoors. The greenhouse is a good option too, as this cannabis strain is somewhat susceptible to humidity. An old classic highly topical nowadays too.
White Widow gives off a fresh, floral aroma and has an intense, bittersweet flavour with a very pleasant floral and fruity aftertaste. The powerful effect is very physical, an invitation to relax. A cannabis seed that is highly recommended to alleviate the symptoms of muscle tension, stress, anxiety, anorexia and insomnia.
Genotype: 35% Sativa/65% Indica
Cross: White Widow x White Widow
Indoor flowering period: 55 days
Outdoor harvest time: early/mid-October
Indoor yield: 550 g/m2
Outdoor yield: 900 g/plant
Outdoor height: up to 2.5 m
THC: high (12-16%)
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