Phatt Fruity feminized seeds
One of the most flavoursome strains to come from Barney’s Farm, Phatt Fruity is an Indica-dominant hybrid with large buds and sweet, earthy aroma. Her strong Afghani x North Indian x Mexican genetic lineage allows her to deliver as much as 550 g/m² after a 9-week flowering period.
- Barney's Farm
- Ocean of tranquillity
- Afghani x North Indian x Mexican
- 70 - 80 cm
- 550 g/m²
- 56 - 60 days
- late September
- 30% Sativa / 70% Indica
- 19 %
- 1.3 %
Phatt Fruity: Indica-Dominant Hybrid with Great Yields!
Phatt Fruity is a feminized, photoperiod cannabis developed by Barney’s Farm. A concoction of landraces strains from around the world – Afghani x North Indian x Mexican – Phatt Fruity is the ideal cannabis strain for indoor growers due to her excellent yields of dense, resinous flowers and superfast flowering period.
Excellent Resistance to Mould and Pests
Those who are new to growing will love Phatt Fruity as her well-refined genetic lineage gives her excellent resistance to mould, pests and other common gardening errors such as overfeeding. She grows with great vigour in during the early flowering period, stretching to almost double her pre-flowering height, and blooms after a short 55 – 60 days. Indoor yields for this strain are 550 g/m2 but can be improved using techniques such as low stress training (LST) while outdoor yields are already a whopping 750 g per plant! Here is some further information to help you grow this strain:
- Medium height – Phatt Fruity can grow as tall as 70 – 80 cm.
- Max EC of water – 1.4 in veg, up to 1.8 in flower.
- Water pH; 5.8 – 6.0
- Recommended lighting: Veg: 450 W CFL, Flower: 600 W HPS
- Recommended nutrients: Advanced Nutrients pH Perfect® GROW, MICRO, BLOOM.
Sweet Tasting Buds
Phatt Fruity has very large, dense buds which are sure to impress even the pickiest of cannabis connoisseurs. Her effect is long-lasting and deeply relaxes both the mind and body due to her wide array of cannabinoids and terpenes making suitable for both medical and recreational users.
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