Hawaiian Snow feminized seeds
Hawaiian Snow is a feminized cannabis strain bred to produce great amounts of resin that you may think it’s snowing in the island! The tall plants exude a sweet onion smell that captivates everyone, and its effects are great for shy people who want to make new friends!
- Green House Seeds
- Get High and socialize
- Hawaiian Sativa x Laos
- Multiple Cup Winner
- 700 g/m² indoors1200 g/plant outdoors
- 84 days
- Late October
- 80% Sativa / 20% Indica
- 23 %
- 0.17 %
- 0.12 %
Hawaiian Snow feminized cannabis seeds grow into tall, heavily resin-coated plants. Not suited for small indoor growing spaces. Its uplifting effect makes it ideal for social gatherings, and its unique aromatic profile will make everyone fall in love with her right away!
A Champion Monster
This glorified strain proved its fame with multiple awards:
- 1st HTCC 2003,
- 1st IC420 Growers Cup 2007,
- 2nd Champions Cup 2007,
- 2nd HTCC 2011.
With enough indoor height space or outdoor environments, everyone appreciates this champion strain, because it doesn’t require much food and has a high resistance to humidity issues.
It performs great in tropical and equatorial climates. It grows very tall and wide while producing large and resinous flowers on several side branches. It will need support to avoid the heavy flowers from bending the stalks into the ground.
With at least 1 month of vegetative growth, if you keep the following EC and pH values, you should be able to harvest 700 g /m2 indoors in 3 months after flowering begins, or up to 1200 g per outdoors plant by the end of October.
- Vegetative feeding: In soil, 1.0-1.4 EC with 5.6-6.0 pH; in hydro, 1.1-1.5 with 5.5-5.6 pH
- Flowering feeding: In soil, 1.5-1.7 EC with 6.0-7.0 pH; in hydro, 1.6-1.8 with 5.6-6.2 pH
Creeper Sativa Effects
Effects are aimed at the mind, slowly uplifting the soul into a socializing plane of existence where everything is a breeze. Effects last long as well as its aromatic profile composed of caramelized, roasted onion flavors. Great for combating pain and depression.
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