Durga Mata feminized seeds
Durga Mata from Paradise Seeds is a feminized Indica-dominant strain known for its ability to thrive in any conditions. Impressing with a high THC of up to 22%, the incredibly short flowering time of just 56 days and yields of 450–500g indoors/outdoors, her care requirements are minimal, and the effects are relaxing and long-lasting. Everything a newcomer wants.
- Paradise Seeds
- Relaxing stress killer
- 400 - 450 g/m² indoors500 g/plant outdoors
- 56 days
- Early October
- 10% Sativa / 90% Indica
- 18 - 22 %
Durga Mata: Rapid Flowering for Quality Results
Durga Mata is a strain of unknown origins, with an Indica dominance of 90%. The Durga Mata feminized seeds are super easy to grow and are one of the most merciful as far as errors and cares are concerned. She will thrive in any environment and her relaxing, mental effects are long-lasting.
This girl just wants to live; it doesn't matter if you are a novice grower or if you already have green thumbs, if you have your crop indoors or outdoors, with a warm or cold atmosphere; she is going to grow happily. But, if you want to get the best results, she has a preference for warm Mediterranean climates outdoors where she brings an average yield of 500g/plant in early October.
Durga Mata doesn't need much light. She is a shrub with large flowers that get closer to each other as they grow. She is very resistant to mold and withstands pests well. Her buds are small and covered in white trichomes, with the smell of roses. Her THC levels range from 18% to 22%, while CBD levels are at 0.2%. It normally takes 56 days and brings 400-450g/m2 indoor.
- Nutrients recommended by growers: Grow Big from Fox Farm during vegetation.
- Better results during the flowering stage can be achieved with plain unsulphured molasses.
- Suitable for LST and topping.
Heavenly Tastes with Stabilizing Effects
Like all good Indicas, Durga Mata has a strong relaxing and calming effect, stabilizing the following impulses of joy. The mental high it offers is heavenly. Users first get hit by the fruity taste, followed by earthy, woody, tobacco-like touches with a spicy and herbal taste.
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