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Female Seeds Cannabis Seeds Red Purps
Female Seeds Cannabis Seeds Red Purps
Female Seeds Cannabis Seeds Red Purps

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Genetic lineage: The Purps x Ice Indoor: 7-8 weeks Outdoor: YES, EARLY FINISHER. See page … for suitable Outdoor zones worldwide and corresponding harvest periods Height: Indoor 40-80 cm | Outdoor: 100-150 cm Yield: Indoor: 350-400 g/m² | Outdoor: 100-150 gr/plant Taste/smell: Candy, licorice and grapes taste, flowery, fruity and diesel smell Effect: Strong and motivating. More of a Sativa high Obtained from a breeder in Canada 2011, Ferry got to work. Out of the three phenos he selected the most beautifully looking purple/blue pheno and crossed it with the ICE to stabilize it and improve its production. It was backcrossed over several generations to fully bring back that wonderful grape and licorice taste. Not best yielding strain, yet one of our favorite strains when it comes to taste and smell. It is very easy to grow both indoors and outdoors and is a very quick finishing strain. Flowering indoor takes around 7 weeks. Flowering outdoor finishes mid September in the Netherlands. Outdoor Red Purps grows to just around 1.5 metres, so she is perfect for guerilla grow. First signs of flowering appear in mid July. Overall it has a very compact structure. The buds show dark purple to red coloration. Beautifully dense buds with impressive resin output. Not the biggest yielder yet very high-quality connoisseur bud. It has a hint of purple in the taste that has an amazing depth with candy, licorice and grapes tones. A connoisseur strain! The smell is flowery, diesel and fruity. The effect is strong and motivating, more leaning towards its Sativa roots. A great all-day smoke that doesn’t get you too bat-eyed.

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Ferry, the main breeder started making regular seeds during his study, in the early '90's, as an extra income. Due to high demand from the Dutch seed companies, it became a massive legal regular seed production business for seed banks during the 90's. "I never thought an extra student income would lead to such a serious business. Ultimately my dream was to save money for a small self sufficient eco farm.." At the end of the 90's the first female seeds came on the market. They were very popular, but also very unreliable. The breeders' experience in massive regular seed production along with his engineering back ground motivated him to investigate into how to produce 100% reliable female seeds. Female Seeds entered the market in 2003. It became a huge success because of the low priced quality seeds concept. Our seeds became so popular that we had difficulties with supply. At that moment many more feminised seedbanks started to enter the market. However, a good reputation, reliable and unique product and friendly service helped us to differentiate ourselves from the mass. "Female Seeds has now entered a state of transition, from a company to a movement to invest in sustainable independent growing systems, like aquaponics and LED systems." "Furthermore all profits will be invested into cooperative systems, ecological projects and regenerative agriculture. Helping people to have a happy sustainable lifestyle."

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Tue Sep 15 2020
Out door grow with local compost soil in 15 gal cloth bags. No veg nutes other than TPS Organic Cal/Mag and Ph-ed New England tap water. For flower I used Root Organic's terp tea all through and late I added Humboldt's Secrets Flower Stacker and TPS's Signal terpine booster. From the bottom of the stalk it grew to 6.5 feet(about 2 meters). I topped only once and not really any type of training like I do my indoor grows. I ended up just shy of 2lbs(.9 kg)of dried flower! Which amazed me because I kept reading it's not that great of a producer, but those 2+foot long colas it grew told me otherwise! Smells of skunk/diesel and candy. Taste about the way it smells. Really great smell. I like the skunky stuff, not the pansy fruity stuff that became so prevalent because of the lack of great skunky smell for fear of being busted. Great for hash and rosin as well. Super resin producer. The only downside I had wasn't mine or the seed bank's fault: it got a bit seedy. Not too bad, but enough to bum me out a little. I bet there's a CBD or hemp farm or some wild cannabis around where I live that's the culprit. But other than that issue it's a super easy plant to grow. The local compost soil(it's about 50 USD a ton here all mixed up and rdy to go)and the terp tea was a sick combo. SUPER cheap and easy. Happy smoking!!
Wed Feb 06 2019
Just ordered my seeds I will let you guys know how it is from seed to smoke as soon as I can.