Canuk Seeds now proud to bring you our White Widow in an Autoflowering variant !
White Widow first appeared in Holland at the beginning of the 1990’s and quickly became a hit in all the coffee shops and not long after, around the World.
It is a potent cross of a Brazilian and an Indian sativa.
Its name stems from its immense crystal production that makes it shine and glimmer. Its buds are white with crystal resin as the name would suggest, warning you of the strong effects to come. A powerful burst of euphoria and energy breaks through nearly instantly, stimulating both conversation and creativity, for this reason we highly suggest the use of White Widow for social engagements.
White Widow Auto can be grown both indoors and outdoors finishing indoors in around 8 weeks.
This is a great strain for wannabe breeders. It is an easy to grow strain with a very strong sativa effect.
|Strain Genetics||Indian/Brazilian x Ruderalis|
|Flowering Time||8 weeks|
|Where to Grow||Indoor, Greenhouse, Outdoor|
|Plant Height||Short - Medium|
|THC Content||Over 20%|
> and I expect I'll be VERY impressed with the harvest I get from these girls.
As it turned out, I got 66g of leaf and (mostly) flower from the 2 White Widows. Potency was good, a very nice smoke. Again, those of you who have more space and larger pots than I will probably achieve even more copious results. If you _do_ have those things, go for it! You likely won't be disappointed. [Sorry to be so late with this info!]
I bought a 5-pack and, of the first 3, only 1 actually became a plant. I wondered if the last 2 would be duds so I put them in a shot glass and, glory be, both sprouted. Put each in its own pot and was VERY surprised at how large they got! I had to find a way to move my light higher. Even at that, they still crowded the light. The buds were everywhere! They just kept popping out wherever there was space. When they started to show, I gave them some flowering nutes. They kept getting bigger and growing into each other and I expect I'll be VERY impressed with the harvest I get from these girls. I'm going to take them down one day this week. Pleased as I am with the outcome, I probably won't grow these again! They're just too big for the space I have available. But you people with more space, go ahead, buy these seeds. You should have a big harvest too.