Heavy Head feminized seeds
A special NYC diesel was hand chosen for its bold, dominant fuel taste and then carefully crossed with an extremely powerful Black Domina that displayed consistently high THC levels in several lab tests.
- Big Head Seeds (Great Britain)
- Medicinal High - Stone
- NYC Diesel x Black Domina
- 500 - 600 g/m² indoors
- 63 - 77 days
- Sativa / Indica hybrid
- 15 - 20 %
Big Head Heavy Head Feminised Seeds Info
The resulting hybrid enters the flowering period with impressive vigour and at a commercial level thanks to Big Head Seeds' BigHead #1 that was also introduced. Stunning foxtail size buds bunched tightly together make Heavy Head a tremendously hefty plant.
The SOG method is a good way of maximising indoor yields, bending out side branches during its vegetation stage and watching the enormous central kola rocket up, tall and proud when it goes into flowering. Heavy Head is all about the brain numbing, noggin drooping, deep deep couch lock effect and stunning Diesel flavour coming through in the inhale and exhale.
Heavy Head is a fantastic choice for making high quality concentrates, oils and hash as it's orangey, dark green buds are tremendously resinous. The pungent fuel and hash smell will need some control towards cropping time and it is important to keep humidity levels low as with all highly resinous varieties.
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