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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 leafs, demonstrating its sativa background. Upon flowering is when its Afghan heritage comes to life, with dense, resin-covered nuggets which form all over the plant; however, it will produce a giant main cola.
Around 1.2 meter indoor and over 2 meters outdoor
Flowering is complete after 8-9 weeks, During the flowering process, all buds are formed with a light, resin-covered surface which starts to glow towards the end of the grow.
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.
When it comes to strains that have laid down their mark on the cannabis plant genetics that are around today, there are few names that 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 have been bred, inbred and hybridised so much over the years that the exact genetic remains a mystery. However, one thing that is certain is that Northern Lights has been the basis for many of the award-winning classics in the history of cannabis.
Though claims that this classic cannabis hails from the cold climes of Seattle, Washington cannot be confirmed, what is known is that this strain was expertly cultivated by growers in the Netherlands during the mid 80s. The fast flowering Northern Lights strain can be relied upon to deliver THC levels of 15-18%, up to 22% under ideal growing conditions, with almost non existent levels of CBD. These numbers do not tell the whole story however with Northern Lights possessing some of the most sought after relaxation effects available.
If true beauty lies in the eye of the beholder then chances are this is what they’re holding. The emerald green, crystalline buds radiate light and closer inspection will reveal delicate streaks of purple and blue. Competing for your attention are the pronounced sweet and spicy aromas, with shots of pine and wood soon making themselves known.
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Northern Lights is a classic for a reason, with the ability to lull smokers into a dreamlike state of calm and serenity, all while enjoying its soft balanced flavour and sweet aroma. Growers will be equally rewarded by plants that are easy to grow and provide an abundant, high quality harvest. All things considered it is hard not to recommend Northern Lights to anyone looking for a blissful indica weed.
Northern Lights plants are best known for their shorter flowering time, generally around 8 weeks and ease of growing due to their highly resistant nature. With a moderate plant height of between 100-150cm and solid yields of between 400-500 g/m2, this is a variety that lends itself to new and experienced growers alike. Northern Lights will respond very well to LST should space be an issue, but if left to its own devices outside this hardy variety has been known to grow to tree like proportions.