Power Plant feminized seeds
Power Plant is a feminized photoperiod cannabis strain created by Dutch Passion Seeds through an effort to bring high-quality landrace South African Sativa genetics to the masses. Released in 1997, this strain has stood the test of time and is sure to keep growers happy for generations to come!
- Dutch Passion
- Creative energy fountain
- South African Sativa landrace
- Multiple Cup Winner
- 100 - 150 cm
- 500 - 600 g/m² indoors
- 56 - 70 days
- Sativa dominant
- 15 - 22 %
South African Wonder
Unlike most Sativa plants, those from South Africa such as Power Plant have surprisingly short flowering periods, which makes them excellent for indoor growers, particularly those looking to grow using the SCRoG method. This strain has 15-22% THC levels, fantastic appearance and effective growth pattern. Her unique terpene profile is a result of her exotic origin and can be boosted by giving your plants Advanced Nutrients Flawless Finish at the end of flower. Power Plant blooms with a display of trichome covered colas in less than 8 weeks of flower and indoor yields can exceed 500 g/m2 – put this strain on your to-grow list!
- Recommended light schedule – veg: 18/6, flower: 12/12
- LED lighting – 1000 W
- Max EC of water – veg: 1.6, flower: 2.0
- Water pH – 5.8 – 6.2
- Nutrients – Advanced Nutrients Flawless Finish
- Grow in coco coir/perlite mix.
- SCRoG grow style
Power Plant has a spectacular smell like pinecones burning on fire and her taste is smooth on the inhale with a floral aftertaste. You cannot compare this to other strains, the high feels like a burst of power - perfect for those looking to uplift their mood and enhance their creativity.
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