Dinachem feminized seeds
Dinachem is a feminized cannabis strain with a complex aromatic profile of fruits, wood and diesel. This easy to grow and heavy-yielding cannabis delight provides a great calming post-effect to soothe the blues.
- Dinafem Seeds
- Creative energy fountain
- GuavaChem x Original Chemdawg 91'
- Up to 300 cm outdoors
- 450 - 500 g/m² indoors600 - 800 g/plant outdoors
- 60 - 70 days
- Late October
- 65% Sativa / 35% Indica
- 18 - 23 %
Dinachem - A Hybrid For Beginners
Dinachem feminized cannabis seeds descend from ChemDawg 91 turn into slim, towering plants with rock-hard, fat flowers growing from every shoot.
It is an excellent choice for both commercial and amateur indoor growing, as well as for outdoors operations. Plants from this strain grow tall but slim. Without much lateral branching, it looks like a tall Rudelaris plant, but flowers are fat and dense, filled with as much resin as any Indica plant. Leaves also look more like those of an Indica leaning hybrid, but effects from its cannabinoid profile are clearly leaning on its Sativa genes.
Resistant to plagues and to issues related to high humidity, Dinachem is a perfect strain for humid environments. The strain has fast growth rates, so beware of growing her in places with height restrictions – the plant can reach out 3 meters high.
- Yield indoors: 450-500 g/m2; Outdoors: 600-800 g/plant
- Flowering time: 60-70 days
- Vegetative time: min. 3 weeks
- Height: 3 m
- Perfect for SOG
- Anti-odor filter is required
Dinachem offers the lingering aromas of wood, citrus and tropical fruits, with diesel undertones. Its complex fragrance is complimented by an instant head high that helps increase creativity and physical relaxation. The effects are euphoric and body uplifting, setting the mind to a creative rush.
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