Mirre feminized seeds

Karma Genetics

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The Mirre regular cannabis strain provides an endless horizon of spear-shaped hybrid flowers that are ideal for commercial gardeners or small-scale cultivators alike. This fast grower finishes in as little as 10-weeks and is one of the easiest buds to manicure. If you’re new to growing, this strain is the Fastrack to growing like a pro.

  • Karma Genetics
  • Feminized
  • Photoperiod
  • Outdoor
  • Indoor
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Mirre - A Sea of Flowers Covered in Diamond-Encrusted Ocean Spray

The Mirre cannabis strain is undoubtedly one of the best yielding cannabis strains around. When grown in rows, this strain will resemble the endless sea while blinding you with her bright trichomes. Her genetics are composed of the mind-bending S.A.G.E. and the seriously potent Jack Herer #22. Beware - this strain may be too potent.

When growing Mirre, you should prepare your garden for an unstoppable plant. This vigorous grower is best cultivated via the Sea of Green method. 9-plants per square meter will yield untold amounts of marijuana.

You must keep your vegetative period to a minimum, as she’ll take as much space as you give her in a snap.

  • Container Size: 11L and above;
  • pH (Hydro): 5.6;
  • EC: 1.8;
  • Temperature Requirement: Less than 32℃;
  • Humidity Requirement: Less than 65% RH;
  • Flowering Lighting Requirement: 12/12;
  • Vegetative Lighting Requirement: 18/6.

When All Else Fails, Mirre To The Rescue

Mirre is a special cannabis plant because she offers something that most strains don’t have: extreme potency. Mirre offers the ceilingless high offered by Hazes while leaving your body decimated by S.A.G.E. You won’t find a strain this strong anytime soon - so it’s best to act fast before this powerhouse disappears forever.


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