“Northern Light” Feminized Cannabis Seeds
Of all the hybrids around the world, Northern Lights has consistently remained a favorite of the cannabis community.
This strain may look like a classic Sativa, but the effect is distinctly and deliciously Indica. There aren’t many other strains that can compete with its ability to produce so many versatile, high-quality varieties. Native to the west coast of North America, Northern Lights comes from eleven seed varieties.
Each of these strains have been bred and bred several times over the years, at this point Northern Lights is a bit of a genetic mystery, but certainly one of the best strains available today.
Northern Lights is said to have originated from an Afghan Indica and other parts of the plant are said to have come from Thai genetics. When grown indoors, this strain grows to around 3 feet, but can grow to nearly double that planted outdoors.
Afghan genetics really come out during the flowering phase; the flowers develop thick buds dripping with resin with a large primary cola.
The yield reaches around 500g per square meter when grown indoors and once again exceeds expectations when grown outdoors.
To realize their potential, the Northern Lights require constant heat and light, and if given all the love it needs, it will grow into a huge, high-yielding plant. This particular version of the Royal Queen has by far the most impressive genealogy behind it.
Thought to be the product of years and years of mixing and crossing, its exact background is unknown. It is said to come from an Afghan Indica plant and to be an Indica-dominant strain despite its clearly Sativa leaf structure.
Additional Information on Northern Light feminized by Phoenix Seeds
- GENETICS Northern Light original
- VARIETY Mostly Indica
- TYPE OF FLOWERING Photoperiod
- SEX Feminized
- THC CONTENT High
- CBD CONTENT Low
- YIELD Indoor: 500 gr / m2
- PLANT HEIGHT 100-120 cm
- GROWS Greenhouse, indoors, outdoors
- FLOWERING TIME 9 weeks