World of Seeds Diamond Line High Tension Feminized Cannabis Seeds
World of Seeds Diamond Line High Tension marijuana is Colombian Mangobiche and a stabilized hybrid of Orange Bud, Black Domina and Jack Herer. The highest qualities of the three champions of various cannabis cups have been put together in this hybrid. An ability to give excellent performance both indoors and outdoors and a deliciously zesty flavour from Orange Bud, high tolerance to irrigation and resistance to diseases from Black Domina, and strong narcotic effects from Jack Herer, are the properties of High Tension seeds. Being 70% Sativa means the plants can reach their maximum high (1,3 m.) within 63 days. It's recommended to tip the tops of High Tension during the maturing period. It will prevent them from overgrowing and increase the yield. Indoors harvest lasts 9 weeks with a usual yield as high as 300-500 gr. per plant. When grown outdoors, High Tension seeds is ready at the end of September; you can get as much as 400-500 gr. per plant. High Tension has an excellent leave to bud ratio - her buds are not overcrowded with the leaves and have enough space and light to grow. When completely developed, they get an orange shade in their hair, reminding us about their Columbian citrus blood. They are covered with sticky glittery crystals that looks like they are "rolled in sugar". High percent of THC (15-20%) gives this marijuana great medical value as a part of effective treatments against depressions. The effect is described as highly energetic, uplifting and giggly.
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