Moby Dick CBD feminized seeds
Moby Dick CBD from Dinafem is a Sativa-dominant (60%) hybrid with 1:3 THC:CBD ratio. Growing fast and vigorous it can easily reach up to 3m outdoors and produce yields up to 650g/plant or more. It has great resistance to mold and mildew and is well suited for beginner growers, allowing them to have a great quality harvest without any fuss.
- Dinafem Seeds
- Positive doctor
- Moby Dick x CBD Crew
- 300 cm outdoors
- 650 g/m² indoors600 - 900 g/plant outdoors
- 70 days
- Mid October
- 60% Sativa / 40% Indica
- 5 %
- 15 %
Fast Finishing Sativa With Great Resistance To Elements
Moby Dick CBD is a Sativa-dominant (60%) hybrid, a cross between legendary Moby Dick and CBD Crew’s high CBD elite clone. Indoors, it finishes flowering in just 10 weeks while outdoors growers can expect to harvest by early to mid October. Yields usually go up to 600-900g/m2 indoors and around 650g per plant outdoors. Dense, smelly and sticky buds will usually tests at around 5% THC and 15% CBD, maintaining the 1:3 THC:CBD ratio.
Moby Dick CBD has great resistance against mold, mildew and bud rot, mostly due to its Sativa genetics that are also responsible for its tall stature, easily growing up to 3m outdoors, long internodes and thin leaves. It prefers cold and humid climates outdoors with lots of light but does well indoors, when those environmental conditions are met.
- It likes a lot of nutrients, especially during flowering but increase the amounts gradually
- At least 7-10L containers are recommended for optimal results
- It can easily double or even triple in size during flowering
Moby Dick CBD: Citrusy And Highly Medicinal
Effect are well balanced between cerebral and body high but due to high levels of CBD, ‘side-effects’ like cotton mouth, dry eyes and munchies are not present. High levels of CBD provide for anti-inflammatory, antiepileptic, antidepressant and antioxidant properties. Flavors and aromas are strong, sweet and citrusy with hints of cedar, spices and incense.
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