Moby Dick #2 feminized seeds
Moby Dick #2 is a feminized cannabis strain excellent for trying out the benefits of SOG. Clear Sativa effects that take your mind on illuminating journeys, while providing sweet aromatic profiles that situate your soul in fields of lemons and spicy incenses.
- Dinafem Seeds
- Creative and active lifestyle
- JYD Haze x Northern Lights
- Up to 350 cm outdoors
- 475 g/m² indoors1000 g/plant outdoors
- 60 - 70 days
- Mid October
- 55% Sativa / 45% Indica
- 16 - 20 %
Moby Dick #2 feminized cannabis seeds grow into strong plants with big flowers that can be consumed in low dosages and still produce potent cerebral highs. Experience incense and lemons against the sweet undertones of this delicious and powerful strain!
White Whale Reloaded
Bred from the legendary JYD Haze, most phenotypes of this cannabis strain might grow taller than expected, while still covered by countless resin glands. The plants grown from this strain will also be wide and dense. They will share the high crystal and flower production capabilities of their Northern Lights father.
Some growers report that this strain can be ready in 2 months if at day 50 of flowering the photoperiod is changed from 12/12 to 11/13. Make sure to supplement UV lighting in indoor setups to bring out its unique equatorial traits.
- THC Level: High (16-20%)
- CBD: Low
- Yield Indoors: 475 g/m²; Outdoors: 800-1000 g / plant.
- Flowering time: 60-70 days
- Height: 3.5 m
- Great for SOG
- Max EC: 1.8
Moby Dick #2: Sweet Whale
There is a distinct sweetness to this strain that is brought up by hints of lemon, sandalwood, incense and spices. It makes your mind wander into more creative and psychedelic realms. Great for a day at the beach or fun social gatherings.
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