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White Widow Marijuana is a mythical strain producing huge amounts of resin that gives a potent medicinal effect and a great flavor.
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- Terpenes Citric
- Type Índica
- Flowering time Average
- Cannabinoids Active
- Yield capacity High
- Height Short
- Cultivation needs Low
- Family White
Feminized White Widow Marijuana Seeds
White Widow is a feminized Indica-dominant strain of Marijuana a mythical strain that has razed in the 90s and won the fervor and admiration of all smokers and growers in the world. Indeed, this plant is known to have accumulated the most amount of resin to date and thus have delighted both expert and commercial growers.
White Widow provides a crazy powerful and balanced high, affecting both the brain and the body but being too heavy which allows to live a very pleasant experince along with a refreshing citric flavor. For this reason, this specimen is also used for medicinal purposes.
The seed develops into an Indica type plant, robust and of short height, compact, highly branched but developing small leaves. These features allow you to keep it under control in indoors even though you should use anti-odor filters and a ventilator since the stems release a marked bittersweet smell during the 55 days of flowering.
Despite producing a modest amount of weed, such yield is compensated by a high concentration of resin that you can boost if putting it under under total darkness in the last 5 days. Such process will also enhance its aroma and flavor.
If grown in the garden please be careful with the humidity as it is quite susceptible to mold but if you reap it before October 10th it will not give you problems and you can collect between 200 and 500 grams of high-quality weed per plant.
Main features of White Widow Marijuana:
- Indoor and outdoor
- Genotype: Indica
- Genetics: Haze x Skunk x Northern Lights
- THC: 12-16%
- CBD: Medium
- Bloom 55 days (indoor) or early October (outdoor - northern hemisphere)