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DNA Genetics GYO Collection - Sharksbreath 6 Feminised Cannabis Seeds

Sharksbreath is one of the first marijuana strains to be launched in DNA Genetics' new GYO collection. Available in packs of 6 feminised seeds, the GYO collection is designed to make the preservation of DNA's elite genetics more accessible and affordable than ever before.

DNA Genetics GYO Collection - Sharksbreath 6 Feminised Cannabis Seeds

 Sharksbreath is derived from a cross of the Great White Shark (GWS) and Jamaican Lambsbread strains to produce an indica dominant variety of cannabis with a heavily indica weighted profile.  DNA's test grows of this strain, conducted in their legal climate, showed short, stout plants with dense buds and larger than average yields.  Good airflow was essential to avoid bud rot.  Sharksbreath is a notable producer of sticky resin - the plants finish with a crystalline coating of frosty trichomes.  Sharksbreath is a very potent strain - a long lasting, indica high with lovely flavours of fruits and a hint of pine.

  • Genetics: Great White Shark x Jamaican Lambsbread
  • Flowering Time: 9 Weeks
  • Yield: 500-600g/m2
  • Type: Indica Dominant

We ship seeds worldwide but please check local laws before ordering.

Warning:
Under Section 6 of the UK Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 it is an offence to cultivate any plant of the genus Cannabis in the UK without a license from the Secretary of State.All seeds are sold as souvenirs only. Due to the fact that some countries legally allow growing of hemp seeds some specifics are documented. This data is normally distributed via the World Wide Web and is available internationally. It is supplied to us by the breeder. Ali Bongo can accept no responsibility if you choose to break the law. Please don't.

Characteristics

Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor/Outdoor
Indica/Sativa: Indica Dominant
Strains: White Strains
Flowering Time - Outdoor: Unknown
Type: Feminised Seeds
Photoperiod/ Autoflowering: Photoperiod
Flowering Time - Indoor: 8 to 10 Weeks
Breeder: DNA Genetics