- Fabricante: Mr. Nice
Valoración 4/5 basada en 3 voto(s)
Edición limitada exclusiva. G13 x Haze, híbrido IBL que destaca por su fuerza y efecto, que combinan perfectamente para hacer nuevos polihíbridos. G13, antes únicamente disponible en forma de clon hembra, es una genética habitual en muchos cruces medicinales. Floración en interior: 9 - 11 semanas; cosecha en exterior: finales de Noviembre - principios de Diciembre. Interior - exterior.
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This is a hybrid that has had to be inbred since the G13 was only available as a female clone. In fact all the G13 hybrids offered at MNS are IBL as that was the only way to retain the strain in a form to produce seed for distribution. Strength and effect are two attributes to look for in this strain and can be combined well in making new poly hybrids. It is already used in several medical strains and for those who have grown her they know it is pure medicine!
Heritage: G13 x Haze
Category: Exclusive limited editions - New blends of old school genetics
Family of breed: G13 (50% predominantly Afghan), 50% Haze (IBL)
Breeder: Nevil and Shantibaba
Preferred medium: Bio and Hydro, Indoors and outdoors/greenhouse
Expected yield: This strain is something less predictable but with the breeds that make it up you can arrive at rather large yields if you have some Sativa experience. Would expect 500-750 grams per m2.(IBL)
Flowering period: Indoor flowering done well can be surprising but count on between 9 -11 weeks. In the Northern Hemisphere we expect it to be completed by November early December. The Southern Hemisphere would be between May and June.
Recommendations: For the experienced growers to the most advanced cultivators. A highly valued end product from the past.
Special Notes: This strain is something that needs a little attention to details as the offspring can be challenging at times. If you are looking for strength combined with flavor then it will be worth a grow for you. The only thing to be warned of is the different phenotypes need different levels of EC, and the more sativa expressions should not be fed high EC levels.