Buddha Quasar feminized seeds
Buddha Quasar is the synthesis of the production abilities of Indicas, the head high effects of Sativas, and the best of both worlds regarding plant growth and structure. Just growing this cannabis strain will provide fresh joy!
- Buddha Seeds
- Deep euphoria without anxiety
- 450 - 600 g/m² indoors1500 - 2000 g/plant outdoors
- 75 days
- Late September
- 50% Sativa / 50% Indica
- No official information
Buddha Quasar is a feminized cannabis strain that brings the best of Indica and Sativa to the table. Its fresh, menthol driven scents will accompany its clear-headed, euphoric effects. Its dense and compact flowers will fulfill any expectations.
A Real Hybrid
Buddha Quasar is 50% Indica and 50% Sativa. This ensures a high yielding plant, with dense, yet large flowers that can be grown under almost any conditions. Its structure will remind one of big Indicas, but its flowers and branches will fill it into a lovely mid-sized, bushy tree.
This strain is ideal for intermediate to experienced growers. It can withstand most training methods, but these are not necessary for higher yields. She will produce an average of 450-600g/m2 if grown in an indoor setup. If grown outdoors, she can become a monster producing anywhere from 1500g up to 2000g per plant.
Harvests can be done 75 days after flowering has started. This means the flowers will be ready at the end of September if grown outdoors in the northern hemisphere, or during late-March in the southern hemisphere.
A Fresh Euphoria
The euphoric effects from the Sativa heritage of this strain will not lead to paranoia. Its Indica heritage will help reduce its psychoactive effects while providing a nice menthol aroma to freshen the atmosphere.
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