Double Dutch feminized seeds
Serious Seeds are proud to announce that they have incorporated 5 new strains which were originally developed and sold by Magus Genetics. The assortment of this small Dutch Seed Company fits wonderfully well into the menu of Serious Seeds. Just like Serious Seeds Magus has produced only a few seeds with unique and superb characteristics because of their outstanding quality they have won several awards and more importantly are loved very much by the people who've tried them.
- Serious Seeds
- Doubles the joy
- Warlock x Chronic
- Multiple Cup Winner
- 500 g/m² indoors
- 55 - 65 days
- Late October
- Indica dominant
- No official information
Serious Double Dutch Feminised Seeds Info
Double Dutch is a cross between a Warlock male and a (Serious) Chronic. During vegetative growth, Double Dutch shows its Indica side with its wide leaves, heavy stem, and a bushy growth pattern. In the flowering stage Double Dutch produces giant Sativa-like buds, like its mother; the Chronic. All tips that receive enough light will form huge buds similar to elongated popcorn balls. Double Dutch buds must be staked due to their heavy weight. The Double Dutch aroma is a pleasant fruity wildflower scent. The effect is complex and strong; the cerebral high and pleasant bodily effect gave this plant several awards.
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