Power Plant Regular Cannabis Seeds
90% Sativa. Genotype: South African IBL hybrid. Bittersweet, fresh lime aroma and fresh sweet lime flavor. Massive buds with lots of resin. Ultimate commercial plant with big yields. Outdoor on a balcony. Powerful high; uplifting and mental. Potential THC level high.
Power Plant was created in Holland, but her parents are IBL strains from South Africa. This hybrid was developed in the late nineties. She can reach stupid levels of THC with the plants absolutely covered in trichomes. Because of Sativa genetics Power Plant might stretch at first. Making her a little more vulnerable and fragile in the first few weeks of growing. Leaf structure is narrow and sharply teethed and the leaves have a very darkgreen color. Power Plant has the perfect flower-to-leaf ratio with hardly any leaves on its tight bulging buds. A joy to manicure. When she reaches clone size give her five days of pregrow and then switch to a 12/12 schedule.
When pruned she will develop multiple compact buds. Otherwise she will grow three to four main buds. Rapid flowering sees the plant showing the first signs of flowering after only one week. Power Plant can also be grown outdoor in a sheltered area. She has great potential, a strong buzz and big yields. Power Plant has a pungent lemon aroma and the taste is bittersweet and she packs an energetic, rushing high.
|Suited for:||Indoor (I)||Outdoor (E) zone B/C|
|Flowering:||I) 8 weeks||E) September / october|
|Plant height:||I) 0.70-1.00 m||E) 1.00-1.20 m|
|Yield:||I) 400-500 gr/m²||E) 550 gr/plant|
Cannabis seeds like a humidity of around 70% during germination and a temperature of around 20-27 degrees. Preferably use a propagator for easy manipulation of temperature and humidity. Germination starts off in the dark and after hatching the seeds are placed in the light. During the growing stage they should have 18 hours of light and 6 hours of darkness. Cannabis seeds can easily be stored for 2 years in a dark and cooled space without losing much of its germination power.