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Sensi Seeds - First Lady

Sensi Seeds - First Lady cannabis seed
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SEN2317
Genetics:
AfghaniPakistani
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First Lady is a pure Afghani seed-strain offering the uniformity and rich flavour of old-time cultivars backed up with the vigour and punch of modern hybrid cannabis. This strain's direct ancestors originate in Afghanistan and Pakistan, in the high-altitude passes and lower steppes of the Hindu Kush, between Chitral and Kandahar. 

The prized Cannabis Afghanica strains of these neighbouring regions share very similar genotypes and strong Indica growth patterns, having been selected over years or centuries to enhance the qualities prized in traditional hashish production - resin content, stocky growth and quick, heavy flowering. 

Indoor Grow?Yes
Regular?Yes
Photoperiod?Yes
Mostly Indica?Yes
HeightMedium
Flowering TimeShort
YieldGood
THC ContentMedium
GeneticsAfghani , Pakistani

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