Discussion Lemon Cake (Heavyweight Seeds)
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Get your hands on a strain that’s sure to please both cannabis connoisseurs and regular consumers alike. Lemon Cake feminized seeds by Heavyweight Seeds is bound to be a hit addition to your grow list thanks to this strain’s delicious sweetness, strong aromas, and well-balanced high. While it may be an Indica in name, some of its characteristics such as the uplifting, euphoric high will make even Sativa fans rejoice.
- Heavyweight Seeds
- Cerebral and creative high
- Lemon Skunk x Cheese
- 90 - 140 cm indoors 120 - 180 cm outdoors
- 600 - 700 g/m² indoors 800 g/plant outdoors
- 63 - 70 days
- Mid October
- 20% Sativa / 80% Indica
- 23 %
- 0.3 %
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