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Taylor'd Genetics - Powdered Peak Feminised Cannabis Seeds

An image of the Rocky Mountains with it her crisp clean air and white capped cornices will tempt you to connect with this super strain. The genetics are a Brazilian and South Indian cross which offers the connoisseur a perfect blend between a relaxing indica feeling ...

Taylor'd Genetics - Powdered Peak Feminised Cannabis Seeds

An image of the Rocky Mountains with it her crisp clean air and white capped cornices will tempt you to connect with this super strain. The genetics are a Brazilian and South Indian cross which offers the connoisseur a perfect blend between a relaxing indica feeling that evolves in a bursting sativa high. The end result is a very intricate but enjoyable ride down the slopes. Its massive resin production is second to none with the added benefit of being mould resistant. Flowering times are 8 to 9 weeks indoor with outdoor being mid October in the northern hemisphere will in the south mid May. Indoor you can expect 700 gr/sm and outdoors about 900 gr/sm.

  • Flowering Time: 8-9 Weeks.
  • THC:
  • CBD: 1.4%
  • Yield Outdoor: 900 gr/m
  • Yield: 700 gr/m

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Characteristics

Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor/Outdoor
Indica/Sativa: Indica/Sativa
Strains: Other
Flowering Time - Outdoor: Mid October
Type: Feminised Seeds
Photoperiod/ Autoflowering: Photoperiod
Flowering Time - Indoor: 8 to 10 Weeks
Breeder: Taylor'd Genetics