Northern Light ფოტოპერიოდული – თასის მფლობელი მცენარე, არაჩვეულებრივი ფონით
When it comes to strains that have laid down their mark on the cannabis plant genetics that are around today, few names can be mentioned as often as Northern Lights.
The exact makeup of the Northern Lights’ heritage is thought to have come out of west coast America, originally from eleven different seeds.
Each of these varieties has been bred, inbred, and hybridized so much over the years that the exact genetics remains a mystery.
However, one certain thing is that Northern Lights has been the basis for many of the award-winning classics in the history of cannabis.
According to the legend, it was an exclusive Indica plant from Afghanistan, although some of the original eleven plants were said to contain Thai genetics.
Today we bring you our feminized Northern Lights which is still an Indica-dominant hybrid but carries a lot of sativa in its leaf structure.
Our Northern Lights Feminized will grow as high as 1.2 m tall indoors, but it will stretch to over 2 m tall outside.
It will produce relatively wider internode spacing, with long thin leaves, demonstrating its sativa background.
Upon flowering, its Afghan heritage comes to life, with dense, resin-covered nuggets which form all over the plant.
It will yield on average 50-60 g per plant, or about 500 g per square metre under a 600w light.
Grown outdoors, it can give as much as 625 g per plant but will need the nice warm environment
of southern Spain, California, or North Africa.
Placed in full sunlight and given enough food and water, Northern Lights will grow into a tree and give excellent results for yield.
Flowering is complete after 7-8 weeks, although some growers report harvesting after just 7 weeks.