Biddy Early regular seeds
Biddy Early from Serious Seeds is a well-balanced Indica-Sativa hybrid named after a 19th century healer. With 22% THC and 1% CBD, this regular strain works as a medicinal sorcery delivering potent yet pleasant highs and amazing candy-like scents.
- Serious Seeds
- An early bird, a high fly
- Multiple Cup Winner
- 200 cm outdoors
- 300 - 400 g/m² indoors
- 50 - 60 days
- Early October
- Sativa dominant
- No official information
Biddy Early Regular: Resistant, Vigorous and Colorful
The Biddy Early regular strain is a F1-hybrid, a cross between Early Skunk and Warlock. Developed by Magus Genetics, then further stabilized and improved by Serious Seeds, it is a popular choice for outdoor growers in Northern Europe and similar harsh and humid climates.
Building up on Warlock genetics and adding extra resistance to disease, pests and harsher environments and shortening the flowering time, by adding Early Skunk to the mix, breeders have created a perfect outdoor strain for all growers that aren’t blessed with sunny and long summers and warmer and dry autumns. Finishing in just 7-9 weeks or early October, it will grow fast and vigorous, easily reaching 200cm if allowed for plenty of root space and vegetation time and yield 300-400g/m2. Most plants will display purple and red colors and hues, especially if exposed to slightly colder temperature during night periods in flowering.
- Usually testing at 19-22% THC with <1% CBD
- Easy growing – even beginners can get their hands on
- Cup-winner: Best Sativa at the High Times Cannabis Cup 2003
Uplifting, Energetic and Creative - a Perfect Way to Start the Day
The aromas of Biddy Early are a mix of earthy scents and has a sweet candy taste that attracts many users to try this one out. The effects are cerebral and this strain will give a powerful but pleasant high that will creep up a little unexpectedly.
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