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Shark is a feminized hybrid Marijuana strain that can be used daily. Very easy to grow being the ideal choice for the beginner grower.
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- Terpenes Earthy
- Type Índica
- Flowering time Short
- Cannabinoids Active
- Yield capacity High
- Height Short
- Cultivation needs Low
- Family Skunk
Feminized Shark Marijuana seeds
Shark is a feminized hybrid indica dominant (80%) Marijuana strain, coming from the cross between Super Skunk and the Northern Lights. The resulting plant is very easy to grow with excellent flavor and pungent smell and with an effect that makes it compatible with everyday use.
Shark does not have a fast-acting high like the majority of the Indicas have. In opposite, it hits gradually but in a potent way allowing to be functional during all day with a progressive feeling of relaxation and well-being that will last for hours.
The plant is compact and robust typical of Indicas with broad olive green leaves which thrive very well in any cultivation system being easy to grow being therefore the ideal option for the beginner grower.
Please note that its intense smell does not go unnoticed during the flowering period, so we recommend to use ventilation systems and carbon filter if you plan to grow it indoors.
But above all, Shark is an outstanding producer with a large amount of resin on its buds. In fact and due to the weight of the resin it can get to bend the leaves.
In a growing room, this specimen can reach heights ranging from 60-130cm, and can give considerable yields between half kilo and 600 grams per square meter after 55 days of waiting. In the garden, you will have a beautiful plant measuring 1-2 meters high, and able to give you productions of between 200 and 1200 grams per plant in September.
Features of Shark Marijuana:
- Genotype: hybrid
- Genetics: Super Skunk x Northern Lights
- THC: 16%
- CBD: 0.8%
- Flowering: 55 days (indoor) or September (outdoor - northern hemisphere)