Sleestack feminized seeds

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Sleestack by DNA Genetics is a Sativa dominant hybrid, a cross between Shrom and Marian Mean Green, made with hash and concentrate production in mind. This cannabis strain produces a decent yield of highly potent and resinous buds that usually test well over 20% THC.

  • DNA Genetics
  • Feminized
  • Photoperiod
  • Outdoor
  • Indoor
  • Take the best of this life
  • Shrom x Martian Mean Green
  • 1st Legends of Hash Dinner 2011
    1st Legends of Hash Dinner 2010
    3rd Outdoor Highlife Cup 2009
  • Medium
  • 350 - 500 g/m²
  • 63 days
  • 70% Sativa / 30% Indica
  • No official information

Sleestack: A Resinous And Potent Hash Maker

Sleestack will grow practically on its own, requiring little nutrients and attention and care which paired with short flowering time and good resistance against mold and mildew. That makes it a good choice for new and inexperienced growers. More experienced growers can take this plant’s potential to the max and make use of its high resin production in order to make tasty and potent concentrates. Buds will be smaller but hard and densely stacked together, forming grape-shaped colas. Colors are vibrant and light green with some phenotypes expressing purple, dark blue or violet hues to it.

  • Sativa dominant (70%), a cross between Shrom and Martian Mean Green;
  • Finishing flowering in ~9 weeks indoors, or by mid to late October outdoors;
  • Yield is 350-500 g/m2 or around ~500g per plant;
  • Height is 100-120cm indoors, 100-170cm outdoors;
  • Usually testing at 20-25%THC with <1% CBD.

Great Strain For A Great Day

Effects are typical of a Sativa (dominant) strain - uplifting, energizing and creative, leaving you focused, alert but relaxed and calm. Aromas are musky, citrusy and skunky with hints of pine and fuel. Flavors are sweet and citrusy with earthy and piney undertones.