It is not every other time easy to get a marijuana strain that tends to balance its genetic code, as does White Widow Marijuana Regular seeds. Nonetheless, this strain is made up of 60% Indica and 40% Sativa. The strain’s THC level stretches between 20% and 30%.
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What Makes This Strain So Special?
There are few yet essential things you need to know about this strain. WWMS (Regular) will not give you much difficulty when growing. In fact, many growers who choose this strain find it a moderate marijuana strain when tending it.
The other things you are likely to appreciate about this strain are the flowering time, the height, and the yield. Later in this strain review, we will tell the details of the specialties mentioned above.
For now, it is important to know that this strain has a unique and strong spice. Perhaps, that is the main reason why most marijuana users prioritize it.
Of course, it is also necessary to mention that White Widow Regular gives users a clean and fresh pine taste. At Amsterdam Marijuana Seedbank, we try to find the best strains our users can appreciate. These strains come with different unique tastes.
Which Effect Does This Strain Give?
Do you remember when we said that White Widow Regular strain is energetic? That is right. This strain is ideal for all purposes. You will not go wrong with the strain’s energy. When you decide to use this strain, you should prepare yourself for an instant high.
In addition, White Widow Regular strain will make you hyperactive and social. Your friends will no doubt know you have taken something different from your usual redundant strains. At Amsterdam Marijuana Seedbank, we can confirm that the White Widow Regular strain has medicinal value thus, it is you to decide why you are taking it.
One of the reasons why we believe White Widow Regular strain is right for your health is because of its unmeasured calming effects. You would definitely love the balance this strain will give you between its calming effects, sociability, energy, and of course, the power the strain comes with.
What Is The Difficulty Of Growing This Strain?
Although some growers may not deem it difficult, at AMSB, we have observed this strain (alongside hundreds of others) for a long time. The experience we have shows that in general, growing White Widow Regular strain will not give you a lot of work.
Nonetheless, be sure to have strings or supporters especially if you are going to grow the strain outdoors. We say so because the strain grows up to 70 inches high when grown outdoors. If you are contemplating cultivating this strain indoors, you will not need to worry a lot.
Nonetheless, whether you decide to grow White Widow Regular indoors or outdoors, you might want to be careful about spacing. In fact, White Widow Regular is one of the few marijuana strains mentioned on AMSB that require maximum attention with regard to spacing.
A few days after transplanting your seedlings, you will notice that White Widow Regular start to be bushy. As such, you need to create enough space between a plant and another of course, the space between lines should be sufficient.
Did you get the difficulty of growing this strain? Well, to emphasize, upon germinating your seeds and transferring them to their ground, whether indoors or outdoors, make sure there is space between one seedling to the other.
The bushy nature of White Widow Regular strain would otherwise facilitate branches and leaves to linger and cling on the next plant. This would be even worse if you feed your plants enough nutrients.
What Is Needed To Grow This Strain?
From the previous section, you have seen a few characteristics that make White Widow Regular unique. Those standing out characters help in the proper cultivation and growing of the strain. Here are some super things you need to put in mind when cultivating White Widow Regular strain:
Space – The greatest secret of growing this strain is adequate spacing. White Widow Regular is characterized by a bushy-looking stature. With sufficient nutrients in the soil, the strain will continue to grow into a medium bush.
When preparing your land, ensure you keep a distance between one plant is not less than one meter. You should also create enough space between one line of plants and the other so that as the plants grow, they don’t get too bushy and too close.
Attention – All plants in the garden need attention. However, White Widow Regular may need extra attention. The strain’s bushy nature will not give you the laxity to visit your crops occasionally. If you do, you will get all the plants lying down. You should be checking your plants often to ensure no branches are clinging to others or leaves from one tree trespass their neighbours’.
Watering – Watering crops is essential. It is logical to increase the number of times you water your plants during dry seasons.
Essential nutrients – Watering alone will not help your plants a thing. Like any other crop, White Widow Seeds (Regular) needs nutrients. Thanks to essential nutrients, you will reap good. Some of the nutrients you can try include specified marijuana fertilizer and coffee grounds. When these nutrients blend, they form a perfect compound for your strain.
How Much Yield Can I Expect From This Seed?
When grown indoors and supplied with enough nutrients, expect White Widow Seeds (Regular) to give you up to 18 ounces or 500 grams for every square meter. Outdoor yield will be slightly high with mature and well-fed White Widow Regular strain giving you a yield of up to 23 ounces or 650 grams per square meter.
Everything About The Flavour/Scent
Its distinctive pine taste characterizes white Widow (Regular) strain. Whether taken in small portions or large amounts, the strain is likely to leave your mouth and throat with a unique and pleasant citrus flavour, which tends to linger for a long time.
With a strong pine taste and the strong citrus flavour that lingers longer, you are likely to remain active, sociable, and energetic.
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