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Pink Plant Marijuana from Eva Seeds is a feminized sativa strain that comes from a crossing between the most powerful sativa Marijuana strain of their catalog, High Level and the also powerful TNT Kush. Very powerful cerebral and slightly relxing effect.
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- Terpenes Complex
- Type Sativa
- Flowering time Average
- Cannabinoids Active
- Yield capacity Very High
- Height Short
- Cultivation needs Low
Feminized Pink Plant Marijuana Seeds
Pink Plant Marijuana from Eva Seeds is a feminized sativa strain that comes from a crossing between the most powerful sativa Marijuana strain of their catalog, High Level and the also powerful TNT Kush.
Pink Plant is a strain that gives a sativa adrenaline, very powerful and cerebral able to make you hallucinate and also gives a slightly relaxing effect inherited from the Indica genes. It also has a fresh eucalyptus and acid medlar flavor.
What really stands out in this specimen is the production of really long and hard resin filled buds. It responds well in any kind of medium, both indoors and outdoors growing in a fast and robust way. In some phenotypes of Pink Plant the pistils tuurn pink just before the end of flowering. Due to its low environmental odor, it is very useful in places where the smell of marijuana is a problem.
Indoors the Pink Plant reaches 1 meter high at most and is capable of producing between 40-70 grams of Marijuana per square meter in 55-60 days. Nonetheless, is in the garden where Pink Plant truly develop its full potential becoming a high yielder able to reach heights up to 4 meters with super generous yeilds between 1kg and 2kg per plant to be harvested in early October. If you prune it, it will multiply the number of of buds. If you grow it in the garden, do it between April and June.
Features of Pink Plant Marijuana:
- Genotype: Indica/Sativa
- Genetics: High Level x TNT Kush
- THC: 15%
- CBD: unknown
- Flowering: 55-60 days (indoor) or early October (outdoor - northern hemisphere )