White Widow Feminized


Genetics:Brazilian Sativa landrace x South Indian Indica


Flowering Time:8–9 weeks

Yield: 16–25 oz./m²

Type: Feminized

Feminized White Widow seeds need little introduction. This revered, old-school Cannabis Cup winner boasts sensational genetics. The strain was an instant success upon its Amsterdam coffee shop debut. Thirty years on, the potent snowy buds remain a bestseller.

5 Original price was: $100.05.Current price is: $79.05. 21%
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Product Details

Most consumers seek the uplifting, rejuvenating impact. This strain provides a mental buzz and immediate euphoria. It energizes your mind and relaxes your body. Astounding resin production makes it ideal for extraction and potential use in medicine.

It’s easy to grow and promises hefty yields. The glittering bounty is rich in critical cannabinoids like THC. We explain its lineage, growing needs, unique flavors, and potential yields. This iconic strain is available from DNA Genetics in packs of 3 and 6.

A Brazilian and South Indian match

White Widow seeds originate from a Brazilian landrace sativa female and a South Indian male. The result is a balanced hybrid that’s easy to grow and yields impressive harvests of resin-soaked buds. THC levels are high and produce extensive reactions.

This 1995 Cannabis Cup winner earned its name from the thick trichome deposits that cover it like snow. White Widow’s crystalline colas comprise dense, pale green buds that bend branches. 

The original breeder of this legend remains a point of contention. Today, you can get the feminized version of this superstar strain. These seeds produce female plants at a 99% rate.

Tantalize your taste buds

This strain has an unusual earthy flavor. It also boasts spicy, herbal, and woody tones. White Widow seeds grow into plants that aren’t overly aromatic, aiding low-profile growth.

The buds show off their flavors once you dry and cure them, unleashing a unique combination of terpenes. Scientists have isolated myrcene, caryophyllene, humulene, alpha-pinene, and several other compounds in White Widow.

Smokers report an initial sweet citrus flavor on the inhale. It soon makes way for savory tones with floral hints. The exhale blends woody notes of pine with earthy flavors.

Some reckon the metallic scent is a little harsh. Others balk at the faint smell of ammonia. Flavor issues can result from growing, drying, or curing methods.

If you’re looking for sweet and fruity vibes, this herbal, earthy legend may underwhelm. The comprehensive effects are the main draw of this weed strain.

A hybrid blend of effects

The White Widow strain is energizing yet simultaneously relaxing. The surge in cerebral stimulation means you’re hyper aware. At the same time, your limbs are comfortably numb.

The balanced sativa and indica genetic combination produces a potent high. Weed grown from White Widow seeds boosts happiness, invigorates, and exhilarates. Consumers describe an immediate burst of energy and euphoria.

The boost stimulates conversation and socializing, making it great for events. Artists, musicians, and writers love the creative kick. They say it sharpens focus and extends attention span. 

Some users insist it helps with issues like depression, stress, and anxiety. They claim White Widow improves their mood and combats negativity.

Grow White Widow like a pro

You can cultivate this strain indoors, outdoors, or in a greenhouse. White Widow seeds produce top-shelf cannabis and highly coveted flowers. Carefully negotiate the growth cycle to get the best out of this exceptional strain. 

The first step is germination. The paper towel method produces excellent results with minimal investment. You need two sheets of paper towel, two dinner plates, bottled water, (preferably with a spray nozzle), tweezers, and your White Widow seeds.

Make one paper towel damp with the purified water and lay it down on a dinner plate. Lift a corner to check there isn’t any standing water. 

Use the tweezers to place the cannabis seeds on the damp towel, leaving an inch of space between them. Wet the second towel and drape it over the seeds.

Invert the second plate and enclose the medium. The plates should match well so no stray light can enter. It’s best to leave them in a dark, warm, accessible location. Check daily and keep them hydrated. If they don’t pop within five days, they probably won’t.

Replant in their permanent medium when the white taproot is about half an inch long. Let the seedlings develop three or four pairs of leaves before you start a feeding schedule. They’re sensitive, and chemicals could burn or even kill them. Start with a half dose.

Indoor cultivators can promote robust growth with long hours of light. Choose 18 hours on and 6 off, or 20 hours on and 4 off through the vegetative stage. At this time, your crop requires more nitrogen. Use a suitable NPK fertilizer to boost development. 

Change the lighting schedule to 12 on and 12 off to induce bloom. Plants grown from White Widow seeds need more phosphorus and potassium to bolster flower production. Expect rewarding indoor yields of about 16 oz./m².

White Widow plants grow about three feet tall indoors. They generally have a single central cola and short side branches. Ensure good ventilation. 

The Sea of Green (SOG) and Screen of Green (ScrOG) methods boost output. This strain is an excellent indoor option, as you can fit several plants in a small space.

Outdoor plants are bushy and can grow six feet tall in Mediterranean or continental climates. In the Northern Hemisphere, flowering begins after the summer solstice. 

The trichomes should change from clear to cloudy in early October. Outdoor harvests may approach 25 oz./plant.

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