Purple Trainwreck feminized seeds
Purple Trainwreck de Humboldt Seeds comes from the cross between a Mendo Purps and Trainwreck. The result is a Sativa dominant hybrid, strong, robust, easy to grow, short flowering, powerful and productive.
- Humboldt Seeds
- Will take you on a trip inside your mind
- Mendo Purps x Trainwreck
- 100 - 300 cm outdoors
- 400 - 600 g/m² indoors1000 - 2000 g/plant outdoors
- 58 - 63 days
- Early October
- 35% Sativa / 65% Indica
- 15 - 17 %
- 0.1 %
Purple Trainwreck Feminised Cannabis Seeds Info
Purple Trainwreck develops wonderful medium sized plants, with a solid and slightly open structure, with an average distance between nodes, and intermediate leaves. It grows very strong so it is desirable to control its growth indoors, so you must have enough room for flowering. It develops with the appearance of a Christmas tree, with abundant production of large and heavy buds, covered with resin. It is a beautiful plant that can acquire shades of purple/violet if exposed overnight at low temperatures in the flowering period. A real beauty!
Purple Trainwreck has an intense aroma and flavor, with notes of lemon, lavender, and pine wood. Its effect causes a moderate cerebral high, stimulating and euphoric. Ideal for sharing good times with friends. This is an appropriate variety for medicinal use.
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