Greenhouse Seeds Great White Shark Feminized
Land a Bio HTCC Winner with Great White Shark Seeds!
Green House Seeds
- 1st Place Bio HTCC Winner!
- 800 gr/m2 or 1,000 gr/seed Yields
- GreenHouse Seeds
- Super Skunk x South Indian x Brazilian
A seductive White Strain, Great White Shark practically drips sugary crystals by the time she’s fully mature! The scrumptious trichomes are a product of Super Skunk, South Indian and Brazilian genetics, but it’s not hard to imagine that one of the great-grandmothers is the epic White Widow! Solid and super-sticky, this girl smells of fruit and flowers and pumps out a mix of fruity and skunky flavours. Very tasty, your mouth will water at the very thought of Great White Shark!
Great White Shark is a Potent HTCC Winner!
With consistent results, an elegant appearance and generous yields, Great White Shark took her own trophy as the Bioplant winner at the High Time Cannabis Cup in 1997. THC levels are moderate at 14.94%, but this makes her perfect as an all-around-good strain you can enjoy throughout the day or night. Be ready to dive right in after about nine weeks!
Seductive, Sensual, Savage and Sinful!
All words used to describe Great White Shark Feminized, but we have one more for you: medicinal! We can’t confirm this, but some say the Great White Shark eats aches and pains like a crippled tuna! However, you’re on your own with this one; everyone seems to react differently. However, even the breeders say that Great White Shark Seeds deliver long-lasting effects on the body.
Buy GreenHouse Great White Shark Feminized Cannabis Seeds Today!
Before The Gorilla finds his board shorts and takes off with the Great White Shark, listen to what he has to tell you. Your order will contain dormant cannabis seeds meant for collection, but they won’t look like this account. Unless you want to end up in the slammer, never try to cultivate or germinate cannabis seeds in the UK or any other country where it’s illegal.
|Super Skunk x Brazilian x South Indian.
|Medical Cannabis Info
|1st Bio HTCC
|Beginning of October
|up to 800 gr/m2
|up to 1000 gr/plant.