ELEVEN ROSES EARLY VERSION, maintains the...
Golosa Early Version | Feminised, Indoor & Outdoor
Manufacturer: Delicious Seeds
Golosa, it is one of the most successful strains in our catalog, although it is the most expensive seed in Delicious Seeds, it is one of our top 3 in sales and one of our top of the cream
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|Variety||01 Mostly Indica (min 70%)|
|Flowering Type||01 Photoperiod|
|THC Content||05 Very High (over 20%)|
|Growing Location||03 Indoor & Outdoor|
|Yield Indoor (g/m²)||04 Very High (over 500g/m²)|
|Yield Outdoor (g/plant)||04 Very High (over 500g)|
|Flowering Time Indoor||06 weeks|
|Harvest Month Outdoor||09 September|
|Genetics||Bay 11 x Golosa x Ruderalis|
Golosa, it is one of the most successful strains in our catalog, although it is the most expensive seed in Delicious Seeds, it is one of our top 3 in sales and one of our top of the cream. People do not stop planting Golosa in their crops both indoors and outdoors. Possibly it is due to its exotic colors or its bitter fruit flavor reminiscent of grapefruit, green mango, with hints of peppermint, coffee and licorice, or it may also be due to its high THC production capacity of more than 26%. So this year we decided to include the Early Version of this Best Seller and give lovers of kush varieties an excuse to be smoking any indica before normal harvest time. The flowers of this variety give off an aroma between green tea and thyme, a very pleasant smell that quickly transports you to wooded places full of vegetation.Golosa Early Version is a plant of medium size and very little branching that will finish flowering in about 45 days, so you can have your harvest very quickly. It is a plant very resistant to fungi and other pests, and very easy to grow.
|Genotype||10% Sativa - 80% Indica - 10% Ruderalis|
|Maturation(Interior)||EARLY VERSION - 45 days|
|Way of cropping||Ind/Out|
|Production||550 g/m2 Indoors | up to 1000 g/pl Outdoors|
|Resistance to mold||High|
|Pest resistance||Very high|
|Lineage||Bay 11 x Golosa x Ruderalis|