Monday, August 29, 2016 9:49:49 PM Grossiste De Graines De Canabis En Gros
ed by light green leaves entirely
covered with tiny white crystals. The bud is almost absent of hairs, save sparse, barren brown ones that dot the
bud. Its scent is mild and flat with the tiniest touch of green that tells droves about its Northern Lights
parentage. Light, semi-sticky buds snap apart from yucky tasting stems, perhaps overfertilized, perhaps not.
The smoke has a mild flowery full taste. The high is a little of everything--a bit cerebral, and bit forgetful and
stony. Nice trippy feeling but very mild. ***” – Homepage Amsterdam"
"“Arjan at the Greenhouse first introduced the White Widow strain in 1995. All reports that I have read state that
it has a very complex lineage. In Amsterdam most every coffee shop now sells WW. On my last trip I tried 3
different ""WW"". One sample from the Green House Centrum, one from Homegrown Fantasy (Hydro) and one
from a small local's shop called coffee shop ""Tops"". All three were very different. In all honesty my least
favorite of the lot came from the green house. It was a nice bud but it didn't have the resin coverage like I
remembered from previous trips to Adam. The Hydro from Homegrown fantasy was excellent, as was the super
resiny sample from “Tops."" Other items that I have read state that WW is still very much unstable and therefor
you could get almost anything.”"
"""The way Marc told it was like this: Arjan had a WW on display at some expo in a-dam. Someone from Dutch
passion/aloha stole a clone and hybridized it. That is the plant we bought for 130.00. This plays a part in the
great variance we see in the plant, it's not just WW being unstable, we know what happens when we inbreed f1
generations- gene recombination produces various phenotypes representative of the hybrid and p1 plants as
well as different genotypes. It's great if you’re a breeder because you can begin to dial in your own
preferences. I have one f2 plant I believe to actually be a throwback to the original WW. It is considerably
larger and more indica than the rest."" -LadyJ"
"“It's a very strong weed (which has unfortunately had the effect of spoiling me for other herbs, which seem not
to get me high like they used to), but not too sedating. And extremely tasty, one of the more fragrant herbs
I’ve run across (makes NL seem weak, odorless). Strange that the widow would do so lousy in hydro, as I find
her to be VERY easy to grow in organics. A smallish medium yielding plant that was super potent but not real
tasty. I been smoking along time and I prefer a tasty herb that you can puff a couple times to some thing that
knocks you on your ass after one hit and tastes like pure thc almost narcotic. Some of my friends loved it but
most were like me.”"
"“I heard that the mother was First Lady which parentage comes from Mullimbimby Madness a stable sativa
strain down here in Aus. The father I heard was from a Dutch Shiva Skunk (NL#5 x Skunk#1) giving it the
famous white crystal.” – Delta9"
Two lamps would be
140 watts putting out about 12k lumens, so it's better than FL, but a 150 watt HPS puts out about 18k lumens, the
bulb life is longer, bulbs are cheaper and the lamp more efficient to operate. The biggest problem is that the mid size
lamps like the 150 and 250 watt HPS are almost as expensive to buy as the larger 400's. For this reason, if you have
room for the larger lamp, buy the 400.
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