Biddy Early Weed Seeds – Marijuana Strains
|Type:||Mostly Sativa||Height Indoors:||Medium|
|Origin:||Early Skunk xWarlock||Height Outdoors:||Tall|
|Breeder:||Magnus Genetics||Flowering period:||8-10 Weeks|
|Auto flowering seeds available:||No||Harvest outdoor:||September/October|
|Feminized seeds available:||Yes||THC Level:||High|
|Grow Indoors:||Yes||Stoned or High:||Powerful high|
|Grow Outdoors:||Recommended||Grow Difficulty:||Easy/Moderate|
|Yield:||Medium 400gm (14oz) per M2||Awards won:||High Times Cup 2003 (2nd) High Life Cup 2004 (2nd)|
Biddy Early seeds were developed as an outdoor strain and due to its short finishing time Biddy Early cannabis is ideal for field cultivation in northern climates. It was named for its early crop it but also shares its name with a 19th Century Irish folk healer.
When grown outside it forms the classic Sativa ‘Christmas tree’ shape and will stretch to around 2 metres (6’6”). Of course, it also grows brilliantly indoors and, with a flowering period of only 50–60 days, is ideal for people in a hurry to get results. Biddy Early weed is in such a hurry to flower that it can sometimes be difficult to keep a mother plant in its vegetative stage.
Biddy early weed has a deep reddy/purple colouring that becomes more pronounced in colder climes. The smoke is smooth with a distinctive sweet sugary odour. The high is strong and long lasting with a powerful Sativa buzz. A great weed for socialising with friends.
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