Shark Shock Regular seeds
This is definitely the most successful breed of the late 90's, since its inauguration by Shantibaba as great white shark.It has genetic heritage equally as famous and has been awarded a multitude of cannabis cups under the names of the peace- maker and the great white shark.
- Mr. Nice Seedbank
- Introspection and contemplation
- Black Widow x Skunk #1
- Multiple Cup Winner
- 500 - 600 g/m² indoors450 - 500 g/plant outdoors
- 50 - 56 days
- Early October
- Sativa / Indica hybrid
- No official information
Shark Shock Regular Cannabis Seeds Info
It has parents that are equally well known as white widow ( a brazilian sativa combined with a south Indian hybrid) and Skunk#1. It is a pleasure to watch this plant grow into a densely compacted white skunk with extreme aromas! Equally pleasurable to use and strickly tested ONLY ON HUMANS! We never use our products on ANIMALS! Expect a yield indoors of between 500-600 grams per square metre. When cultivating this variety outdoors, then expect a 50-56 day flowering cycle. In the northern hemisphere harvest in September to early October, and in the southern hemisphere in March to early April. A TRUE-BLUE champion, from the JAWS OF LIFE!
Expected indoor flowering time is between 40-50 days. In the northern hemisphere it will be finished by Sep. to early Oct.and in the southern hemisphere it will be completed by March to early April.
Winner of multiple HTCC since late 90's. Exceptional flowers with a wonderful aromas. The most successful breed of the late 90's.
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