Golden Tiger feminized seeds
Golden Tiger Feminized by Ace Seeds is an incredibly powerful and potent 100% Sativa hybrid, bred from the genetic lands of Malawi and Thailand. It has an extremely high 20-28% THC content that can produce psychedelic effects. Only experienced Sativa users can stand it.
- Ace Seeds (Spain)
- Sky-high THC content
- Old Malawi Killer x Koh Chang Thai x Hmong Thai x New Malawi Killer
- 77 - 98 days
- 100% Sativa
- 20 - 28 %
- 0.5 %
Golden Tiger Feminized - Super Charged Sativa
This strain is excellent in both indoor and outdoor situations. Indoors, it can be put into Sea of Green growing, starting straight from 12/12 just a couple of days after germination. This way, the plants are more manageable indoors and you will be able to produce more seeds in a square meter, in turn producing higher yielding plants. It is also ideal for multiple other growing methods, including SCRoG, horizontal or network growing due to the excellent yields in the lateral branches. The strain also reacts well to pruning. It will perform great in 12/12, however, it can be flipped to 11/13 (11 hours of light) in order to produce more hormones when flowering, producing even thicker, resinous buds. It’s recommended to feed each seed low to moderate levels of nutrients throughout the whole life cycle.
- 20-28% THC.
- High-yielding 100% Sativa.
- Ready to harvest in 11-14 weeks indoors or from the end of October/November outdoors.
- Complex taste and aroma.
Not for The Faint of Heart!
This strain gives a unique bouquet of floral, spicy and lemony aromas – reminiscent of Thailand genetics. Having a resinous Malawi background and 20-28% THC content, it provides an extreme psychedelic effect. Definitely not recommended for beginning users.
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