The Church feminized seeds
The Church is an outstanding Indica/Sativa cannabis strain with European origins. As a powerful hybrid, it is slowly becoming a favorite among users who are drawn to its substantial yielding nature and the sheer force with which it induces an upbeat high.
- Green House Seeds (Netherlands)
- A portion of vivacity and relaxation
- Swiss Sativa x Super Skunk x Northern Lights
- 100 - 150 cm
- 800 g/m² indoors900 g/plant outdoors
- 56 days
- Late September
- 40% Sativa / 60% Indica
- 20.28 %
- 0.16 %
- 0.16 %
The Church - Heavy Yielding, Resistant Strain
The strain was created by Dutch breeders who crossed native Swiss Sativa hybrid called “Erdbeer”; Strawberry in German, with two popular and potent strains; Super Skunk and Northern Lights.
The Church produces large dense buds of a light green hue, which are known to be quite sticky, with trichome spilling out onto the tiny sugar leaf that surrounds the thick, dense colas. The buds are also covered with orange hairs with a slight tinge of purple. The plant is easy to manage and resistant to mold, mildew, and pests. Indoor growers can expect a yield of about 700g per square meter after a short flowering phase of 56 days. This resilient strain will thrive in a wide range of growing conditions, even the not so optimal locations in Europe. Outdoor growers should expect a yield of up to 900g/m² per plant in September.
- Water - pH: 5.5, EC: 1.8 - 2.1;
- Humidity level: 60-70%.
A Cannabis Variety That Will Bring You To Your Knees
The plant has a skunky aroma with fruity undertones and a piney yet sweet flavor when smoked. The high starts slow but soon builds up to an intense, upbeat rhythm, leading you on a creative journey to cosmic heights.
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