Purple Moby Dick feminized seeds
Purple Moby Dick is a THC-rich feminized cannabis strain boasting exotic features and an improved production of its parent, Purple Afghan Kush. Massive yields, with piney and fruitful flavors complimenting its potent Sativa-like effects – what can be better?
- Dinafem Seeds (Spain)
- A portion of vivacity and good mood
- Hembra Jack Herer x Macho PAK
- Up to 350 cm
- 650 g/m² indoorsup to 1500 g/plant outdoors
- 60 - 70 days
- Early October
- 60% Sativa / 40% Indica
- 21 %
Purple Moby Dick feminized cannabis seeds will mature in exotic-looking plants with outstanding yielding capabilities and powerful hitting flowers. Flavors that remind of pinecones and sweet fruits make Purple Moby Dick a delightful strain. But it’s a demanding strain, not meant for novice growers.
Purple Moby Dick: Branchy Monster
Purple Moby Dick produces extremely tall plants – it can reach up to 3.5 meters outdoors. The plant has widely stretching branches that are not strong enough to hold its heavy flowers and will require some support. Its leaves show Purple Afghan Kush genetics, beginning with wide, lush-green blades. During flowering time, the foliage gets slimmer and can gain purple tones that become more noticeable under cold climates.
Flowers have a distinct purple hue all over, and resin gland are so big and numerous that it is a great candidate for easily making hash and shatter. Buds are rock-hard and big, so have a proper drying environment ready after harvest. The plant needs a well-balanced diet with all essential minerals and plenty of light to show its best. Purple Moby Dick can bring massive yields both indoors and outdoors, i.e. 650 g/m2 or 1500 g/plant respectively.
- THC Level: Very High (21%)
- Flowering time: 60-70 days
- Min. vegetative time: 1 month.
- Height: 3.5 m
- Max EC: 1.6-1.8
Purple Moby Dick showcases clear piney flavors with complimentary aromas of sweet fruits. This strong aromatic profile goes in hand with its extremely potent long-lasting, euphoric effects that can overwhelm most.
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