Northern Light Feminised Seeds

SKU
RQS-NL-Fem
Short Description
Indica-dominant hybrid with a heavy, couch-lock stone.
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Description

Northern Light(s) originated in California and was said to be a pure indica although some of the original eleven plants also contained Thai genetics. What is certain is that the Northern Light(s) strains available today have been heavily hybridised and so the exact composition is a little unclear. Royal Queen's version is an S1 version that is heavily indica-dominant apart from its wide inter-nodal spacing and long, thin, sativa leaves.

Northern Light grows to about 100 - 120 cm. tall indoors or around 200 cm. if grown outdoors in a warm-ish climate such as that of the Mediterranean or California. Indoors yields are very good with between 500 - 550 gr/m2 being harvested in 7 - 8 weeks of flowering under 600 watt lights. Outdoors yields are approximately 625 gr/plant, if given sufficient sun and nutrients, with harvest time being in late September in northern latitudes. During the flowering stage the buds reveal their density and are liberally covered in resin crystals.

The smoke is smooth and rich and its 18% THC and medium CBD levels produce a strong stone that will have smokers rooted to the spot for a while until they get their bearings. The potency of the Afghani genetics shines through and it is now wonder that Northern Light(s) has formed a part of so many top-quality cannabis hybrid strains.

Characteristics
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Breeder/Brand Royal Queen Seeds
Genetics Northern Light S1 (Afghan x Thai)
Variety Mostly Indica
Flowering Type Photoperiod
Sex Feminised
THC Content High (15-20%)
THC Content 18%
CBD Content Medium (1-5%)
CBD Content 1-5%
Yield High
Yield Indoor: 500-500 gr/m2 / Outdoor: 625 gr/plant
Plant Height Indoors: 100 - 160 cm; Outdoors: 180 - 220 cm.
Grows Indoors, Outdoors
Max Flowering Time 8 weeks
Flowering Time 7 - 8 weeks
Harvest Month End of September
Effect Body, Couch Lock, Relaxing, Strong
Awards 2nd Indoor Hydro Cup 2007 Spannabis;