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Seedsman - White Widow

Seedsman - White Widow cannabis seed
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SMAN21
Genetics:
BrazilianIndian
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White Widow is one of the most famous strains you can find. No surprise that you'll get this amazing variety from Seedsman as well!

It's suggested to flower (12 hour light) this marijuana variety for 8 weeks, but 10 weeks will really give you the crystals you are after. Try to turn the lights off altogether the final 2 weeks of the flowering cycle- or at least down to 8 hours. This keeps the flowers from re-growth and stresses the plant into giving up its last drop of goodness as crystal to protect the flower! The buds have so much THC on them that it is hard to see them at all.

Indoor Grow?Yes
Outdoor Grow?Yes
Greenhouse Grow?Yes
Feminized?Yes
Photoperiod?Yes
Mostly Indica?Yes
HeightMedium
Flowering TimeMedium
YieldAverage
THC ContentHigh (> 15%)
Noted EffectsStrong
GeneticsBrazilian , Indian

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