Trance feminized seeds
Trance is a special outdoor variety bred for specifically for Skunk lovers who want a true Skunk experience in a plant that can mature fully under outdoor conditions. Sometimes, with 100% pure skunk varieties bred for indoor grow conditions it can be difficult to get good results when the plants are grown outdoors.
- Dutch Passion
- 100 - 150 cm
- 49 days
- Indica dominant
- No official information
Dutch Passion Trance Feminised Cannabis Seeds Info
Dutch Passion hybridised a carefully selected Skunk with a tough Indica strain to create Trance. Trance is an F1 hybrid which has come out as a particularly good quality variety that matures earlier than most. Outdoors it may be fully ripened by the end of September or 2nd week of October. Plants may reach 1-1.5m tall and can produce large leaves. Occasionally the plants turn a remarkable and beautiful red colour and deliver an excellent quality high that lasts for 2-3 hours. THC levels are 12-13% which is ample for a top quality supply of weed which retains the genuine skunk taste and flavours.
Users report Trance is ideal for connecting with mother earth and making tantric spiritual journeys of the mind and soul. Trance is a strong reliable outdoor Skunk hybrid that has been popular with outdoor growers for many years. The high delivers a good quality, deep and escapist stone that will allow your mind and body to break away from the 21st century confines and find a true inner peace.
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