Euforia feminized seeds
Euforia is a feminized photoperiod cannabis strain cultivated by Dutch Passion Seeds as part of their Skunk breeding program. Any strain with a Skunk #1 genetic lineage is bound to a high-performer, and with her 22-26 % THC levels and excellent stress relief properties, Euforia is no exception.
- Dutch Passion
- Unique sense of cheerfulness
- Skunk genetics
- 1st Highlife Cup 20022nd HTCC 2000
- 100 - 150 cm
- 400 - 500 g/m²
- 49 days
- Late October
- Sativa dominant
- 22 - 26 %
Wave Away Your Worries
Growing Euforia is a rewarding experience as she suffers little to no issues throughout the grow cycle making her an excellent beginner strain while experienced growers can really bring out all the wonderful benefits this remarkable plant has to offer. With a flowering period of 8 – 10 weeks, this strain will be ready before you know it providing the grower with up to 450 g/m2 of bud.
Most phenotypes tend to stay under 1.5 m and height can be managed using high-stress training techniques such as topping or supercropping. To bring out the best flavour from her, grow in an organic medium while those looking to improve yields should opt for a soilless setup.
- Recommended light schedule – veg: 18/6, flower: 12/12
- HPS/LED lighting – 750 W
- Max EC of water – veg: 1.4, flower: 2.0
- Water pH – 5.8 – 6.2
- Nutrients – Advanced Nutrients Bud Candy
- Easy grow difficulty
A Euphoric Effect
Euforia does what it says on the tin – there are no secrets to this strain, just high-quality genetics which produces high-grade cannabis. Her pale green buds are chunky, dense and covered in a sticky resin which provides a high that will make you say goodbye to your worries.
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