Shark Attack

Shark Attack

Shark Attack

Shark Attack

Shark Attack is very easy to grow. Almost any kind of grower, regardless of their experience and expertise, could make the most out of her. Shark Attack is not particularly greedy, so a standard diet should do. Her compact size makes it unnecessary to monitor her growth and to use any trellising or staking to support the weight of her buds during the flowering. And this is quite an accomplishment if we remember her impressive yields: each plant could produce up to 1 kg of buds outdoors. Another great asset of Shark Attack is her fast flowering, lasting no more than 55 days.

Her Achilles’ heel is moisture. The density of Shark Attack could turn this plant into a paradise for fungi, which love wandering around in humid conditions. Indica plants come from dry and hot regions such as Afghanistan. That’s where their morphology comes from. Their thick and stumpy structure, with wide leaves, is ready to make the most of the little water they receive. The issue here is that, in other environments, this strength becomes a weakness. That’s why, at the end of the flowering phase, particularly if we’re growing outdoors in a humid climate, we have to be careful with the appearance of fungi such as botrytis.

Royale Haze

Royale Haze

Royale Haze

Royale Haze

Royale Haze is accessible to all because she showcases three major advantages: she grows vigorously, she does it very quickly and she copes well with moisture-related problems. Indoors, SOG and SCROG growing methods are the ones the make the most out of her. Outdoors, she thrives in dry, sunny, temperate and Mediterranean climates as well as under the protection of a greenhouse. She requires a more moderate fertilization than other Sativa hybrids, so avoid any kind of excess. The flowering takes just 70-80 days indoors and she’s ready for harvest in late October when cultivating outdoors.

Remo Chemo

Remo Chemo

Remo Chemo

Remo Chemo

Remo Chemo thrives when grown in dry environments and provided with intense light. Thanks to the legacy of Bubba Kush, the lack of water is not a problem for her. However, if we want to boost her yielding properties, she’d better be well hydrated. As for the right amount of nutrients, we must ensure our plants are not overfed since this could be detrimental to the flavour’s intensity.

Purps #1

Purps #1

Purps #1

Purps #1

Purps #1 delivers a clearly relaxing high. However, despite her high THC levels, she’s not devastating. Her effect is indeed cerebral and helps to flee the frenetic daily thoughts, but it’s a trip with a smooth return. Physically speaking, your muscles will feel fully relaxed.

With Purps #1, it’s enough to meet her basic care requirements. She’ll thrive when provided with moderate levels of water and nutrients. Despite her Indica-dominance, no extra time is needed for her to grow tall. Her growth is vigorous and she flowers in some 60 days.

Purple Orange CBD

Purple Orange CBD

Purple Orange CBD

Purple Orange CBD

What a nice surprise when we analysed the cannabinoid content of Purple Orange CBD! Our gas chromatograph revealed there was something very special in her, a 1:2 THC/CBD ratio that made her effect vastly different from what we were used to, creating a brand new way to enjoy cannabis. A far more gentle and balanced experience was ahead of us. Thanks to that THC/CBD (5%/10%) ratio, Purple Orange CBD showcases many therapeutic properties that can alleviate anxiety issues, boost the appetite and even relax muscle tension. The high she delivers is moderate and a bit euphoric but highly clear. Our Purple Orange CBD and a good massage with grapefruit essential oils is the perfect combination to make all the stress accumulated during the day disappear.

Purple Orange CBD is really easy to grow. Given her Sativa dominance, she’ll be happy to receive a more generous fertilizing than indicated in the manufacturer’s instructions for use. Besides, thanks to her open structure, this cannabis beauty is resistant to moisture and plagues. In short, in exchange for a bit of attention, this DinaGirl will produce numerous buds with a delicious scent of citrus.

Purple Moby Dick

Purple Moby Dick

Purple Moby Dick

Purple Moby Dick

This insatiable big girl needs lots of light, fertilizing, water and space. So if we want to cultivate this beautiful plant, we’ll have to be ready for her hearty appetite. Not for nothing does she grow so big! If we fail to feed her properly, the risk for microelement deficiencies will increase, which is why we have to make sure her needs are fully met. This heavy producer will know how to make it up to us.

Purple Moby Dick is a fungi-resistant cannabis strain that is likely to require the use of stakes to hold the weight of her heavy branches full of buds. With a flowering of no more than 70 days, she’ll be ready for harvest by mid-October in the northern hemisphere and by mid-April in the southern hemisphere. Whether you decide to grow Purple Moby Dick outdoors or indoors, you’ll have to remember her amazing vigour and dimensions. That’s why we recommend providing her with plenty of space so that she can stretch comfortably.

Purple Afghan Kush

Purple Afghan Kush

Purple Afghan Kush

Purple Afghan Kush

Purple Afghan Kush is easy to grow. She’s capable of withstanding extremely hot and dry weather conditions without any difficulties. The amount of irrigation water, but not the frequency of the irrigation sessions, should be reduced by 10 % compared to other cannabis plants. Let’s remember that, despite her tropical scent, Purple Afghan Kush has been raised in the Hindu Kush mountains, which is why she can thrive in dry, extreme climates.

However, there is one aspect we have to be very careful with: the vegetative time. Her being so short makes it necessary for her growth period to be a bit longer than usual, so extending it some 20 extra days before the flowering is highly advisable. This means we should wait about a month and a half before the visual show starts, that is, before the 60-day flowering kicks off.