Alaskan Ice feminized seeds
Alaskan Ice from Green House Seeds is a descendant of the noble White Widow and Haze. This feminized hybrid demonstrates amazing endurance and brings a decent harvest of 1000g/plant even in not favorable climatic conditions. With a menthol-spicy taste and instant cerebral hit, Alaskan Ice is a pleasant combination of euphoria and energizing body buzz.
- Green House Seeds
- Fresh and Couch-locking Stone
- White Widow x Haze
- High outdoors
- 800 g/m² indoorsup to 1000 g/plant outdoors
- 63 days
- Early October
- 70% Sativa / 30% Indica
- 16.41 %
- 0.19 %
- 1.07 %
Alaskan Ice: Proud Descendant of Illustrious Ancestors
Alaskan Ice is one of the most powerful marijuana in the Green House Seeds line – no wonder the strain won the first place at the Copa de las Canarias marijuana festival. To get this strong cannabis strain, the breeders from Green House Seeds crossed the best qualities of the original White Widow and pure Haze. The result is a 70% Indica, 30% Sativa plant that resembles a pine in shape and has a very powerful Sativa effect.
This hybrid is not stable and is suitable only for experienced growers and patient farmers. The strain is branchy and tall reaching up to 2.5 meters and has a strong aroma that can attract some unwanted interest. Those who will dare to tame this beauty will be rewarded with a super potent harvest of resin-soaked buds by early October if grown outdoors. In the indoor setting, Alaskan Ice needs 9 weeks to finish flowering and brings 700-800g/m2.
- Experienced growers advise growing Alaskan Ice fem in the open air;
- Well suited for SCRoG and LST;
- It is recommended using hydroponic systems indoors, keeping the EC of water - 2.2.
A Happy Grin On Your Face
Alaskan Ice has a pleasant Haze flavor with hints of spice and menthol. The buzz is soft, quickly starting, first cerebral, and then turning into a steady stone-effect with hints of body numbness. Bringing giggles and positive vibes, the strain can help to defeat stress and depression. It is ideal for daytime use and social gatherings.