Royal Moby Feminised Seeds

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High-yielding plant with exceptional THC production.
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Royal Moby is a 65% sativa strain that was originally developed in Spain. Although it is 35% indica its growth pattern and effect are pure sativa in nature. It grows big and tall with great production and high levels of THC, exactly what you might expect from a strain that was bred for Haze and White Widow.

Royal Moby can grow to a height of 200 cm. indoors and growers will need plenty of room to allow it to spread its wings. Outdoors it grows into a complete monster of a plant which can exceed a height of 300 cm. Its branches are long and stretchy becoming covered in buds which tend to "run" together forming lovely big colas of fun. Indoors expected yields are in the region of 550 - 600 gr/m2 in a flowering time of 9 - 10 weeks - longer than many hybrids but very acceptable given the yield and quality of its buds. Outdoors yields in warm climates such as a Mediterranean one, can deliver yields of 700 gr/plant or more. It is not unheard of for Royal Moby to produce a kilo of buds in sub-tropical climates. Such success is dependent on providing high levels of sun, nutrients and water. North of the equator harvest time will be in late October.

THC production is very high and has been measured at 21% with low CBD figures. The high is highly cerebral and rather psychedelic giving an exilarating effect that is not for novices to experience!

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Fabricant Royal Queen Seeds
Génétique Haze x White Widow
Variété La plupart sativa
Type de floraison Photopériode
Variété Féminisée
Teneur en THC Très haute (20% +)
Teneur en THC 21 %
Teneur en CBD Petite (0-1%)
Teneur en CBD 0.1%
Rendement Haute
Rendement Indoor: 600 g/m2; Outdoors: 700 gr/plant+
Hauteur de la plante up to 3 metres outdoors
Emplacement En plein air, Intérieur
Max le temps de floraison 10 semaines
Période de floraison 9 - 10 weeks
Date de récolte Middle of October
Effet Cerebral, Fort, Psychédélique, Réconfortant
Prix 1st Prize – Outdoor – Oiartzun Cup 2011