Somaui feminized seeds

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Somaui is ready to be added to your collection of high-quality strains, developed by Soma Seeds. The strain is perfect for use all day and is great for an uplifting high with friends or for general socializing.

  • Soma Seeds
  • Feminized
  • Photoperiod
  • Outdoor
  • Indoor
  • Take the best of this life
  • G13 Haze x Hawaiian Sativa
  • Min 25 g/plant
  • 84 - 98 days
  • 80% Sativa / 20% Indica
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Incredibly Sweet and Tasty Strain

Somaui is a Cannabis-Cup winning strain which is still relatively new. The strain is a cross-breed of G13 Haze and Hawaiian Sativa, creating a sativa strain which has the potential to grow incredibly high and produce thick white hairs.

Somaui Growing Details

This strain is not recommended for beginner growers as it can easily get out of hand with height when growing either indoors and outdoors. This is due to the Sativa-dominant genetics, coupled with the unique structure and unusual-looking white hairs displayed when flowering. Indoors, it will take around 12-14 weeks to finish flowering and can easily grow tall and high. It has a very pleasant sweet smell when in the flowering stage and will produce thick, hard buds which are easy to form and manicure. You should be getting around a minimum of 25 grams of buds (dried) per plant, from either indoor or outdoor growing. Outdoors, the flowering time is similar and it is recommended to give the seeds plenty of space to grow wide and high.

  • Fruity tropical smell, with clear notes of passion fruit 
  • Ready to harvest at the end of October
  • Intensely sweet and floral taste
  • Energetic effect on both the body and mind

Energetic And Uplifting Effect

Somaui comes with a very pleasant sweet taste which is unusual for a Sativa-dominant strain. It is overpowering with floral notes and has a great tropical smell to go with it. This bud is definitely worth the growing troubles, as the sweet, sticky buds could easily become your new favorite.