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Kera Seeds - White Widow

Kera Seeds - White Widow cannabis seed
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Genetics:
Brazilian SativaSouthern Indian Indica
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White Widow is the legendary cannabis plant that's for sale in all Dutch coffee shops.

It's a Dutch classic that also origins from Holland. White Widow was created by crossing a Brazilian Sativa and a Southern Indian Indica hybrid and is 60% Sativa and 40% Indica. It comes as no surprise that this most famous cannabis plant has won many prizes, one of them being first prize in the High Times Cannabis Cup 1995.

The easy to grow White Widow is known for its high yield and explosive effect. 

Indoor Grow?Yes
Outdoor Grow?Yes
Feminized?Yes
Photoperiod?Yes
Indica and Sativa StrainsYes
HeightMedium
Flowering TimeMedium
YieldGood
THC ContentMedium (8% - 15%)
GeneticsBrazilian Sativa X Southern Indian Indica

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