BUDDHA'S SISTERListen to text
Buddha's Sister develops several lateral branches so we recommend to cultivate it as a multi-branched plant rather than using "green sea" techniques (Sea of green). The resinous buds are perfect to make an amazing hashish.
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- Terpenes Complex
- Type Índica
- Flowering time Late
- Cannabinoids Active
- Yield capacity Average
- Height Short
- Cultivation needs Low
Feminized Buddha's Sister Marijuana Seeds
This strain was renamed Buddha's Sister to satisfy the tendencies of the coffeeshops in Amsterdam. This new name was given due to its high quality that is capable of producing that was regularly sold outside the coffeshops becoming one of the best pots sold in Dampkring. This sister of Siddhartha is tall and lanky.
Due to its crossing with Afghani Hawaiian, its production was improved but its sweet flavor was reduced when compared with its parent Reclining Buddha. Buddha's Sister has a flavor like a tart cherry candy and a scent to match.
Its resinous buds are perfect to make an amazing hashish. In fact, you can remove this great hashish with your fingers and after that you will not want to wash them. The effect is high, creative and cerebral.
Buddha's Sister develops several lateral branches so we recommend to cultivate it as a multi-branched plant rather than using "green sea" techniques (Sea of green). However, it can be cultivated in SoG if you care for it. This strain is suitable for hydroponic systems as well as for organic farmings. The buds are smooth and not too dense resistant to mold and offering an interesting yield.
Features of Buddha's Sister Marijuana:
- Indoor and outdoor
- Genotype: Hybrid
- genetics: Polihybrid
- THC: not stated
- CBD: not stated
- CBN: not stated
- Height: up to 90cm in indoors and 200cm (max.) in outdoors
- Production: Medium - High
- Flowering: 55-65 days (indoor) or early November (outdoor - northern hemisphere)/early May (outdoor - southern hemisphere)