Cobra is a regular auto-flowering plant that is a cross of DJ Short's Blueberry with Breeder Stitch's own-sourced Lebanese strain and then made into an automatic strain by the addition of Lowryder. It gets its name from the shape of the mature plant which is basically one main stem with a large cola atop making it resemble a cobra ready to strike.
Cobra has a genetic make-up of 15% Lowryder, 45% indica and 40% sativa. It grows between 50 - 120 cm. tall producing between 30 - 90 gr/plant. The total grow time from seedling to harvest is anywhere between 65 - 85 days. Both buds and their attendant leaves glisten with sparkling resin crystals. During flowering the plants exude a delicious strawberry aroma.
The dried and cured buds of Cobra have a very fruity perfume, reminiscent of ripe berries, peaches and with an unmistakable underlying scent of old-time Red Leb hashish. THC production is high at 19% with 0.9% CBD. It is a good smoke/vape at any time of day and while it is strong with physical relaxation it is also an uplifting and energetic strain that makes socialising fun and not a chore and it is also rumoured to be very good with romantic liaisons.
|Genetics||(Blueberry x Lebanese) x Lowryder|
|Pack Size||8 Seeds|
|Variety||Indica / Sativa|
|Yield||30 - 90 gr/plant|
|Plant Height||50 - 120 cm.|
|Grows||Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors|
|Flowering Time||65 - 85 days|
|Taste / Flavour||Berry, Fruity, Peach|
|Effect||Aroused, Body, Relaxing, Talkative, Uplifting|
About Flash Seeds
Flash seeds is a new project created by an experienced auto-flowering seed breeder and aficionado. He has worked for decades cultivating his unique strains. Through experiments, Flash Seeds has succeeded in creating a varied collection of auto-flowering strains which now include some very sativa dominant auto-flowering strains.
These sativa strains can grow to 2-3 metres and give yields comparable to standard, non-automatic plants - These they call super automatics - Annapurna, Nirvana Sky & Number One all of which are available to buy at Seedsman now.