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White Widow Marijuana Strain

White Widow

Greenhouse Seed Company

Sativa 60 / Indica 40
Origins: Indian x Brazilian
Flowering: 56-70 IN / 70-84 OUT
Harvest: late October

Since its introduction in 1995, White Widow has become an infamous breed in the world of weed. This variety can be found in almost every coffeeshop in Amsterdam, but while imitation may be the truest form of flattery, the genuine item bears the Greenhouse name.

This variety’s reputation has been built on its excellence in smell, flavor, and quality of high. White Widow has fragrantly fresh pine cone nugs that have a taste bordering between fruit and flowers when smoked. Setting the standard for kind bud, White Widow washes over you with a warm feeling of mildly trippy sensations.

White Widow is a compact plant of medium height. The buds only develop a few amber-colored hairs, but the outrageous crystalline resin production of this plant has become legendary. Inevitably the reputation that precedes it leads some growers to decide that it is overrated, but many find this variety to be everything they anticipated and more. White Widow has the potential to live up to its reputation if grown adeptly. This strain is recommended for indoor gardening, where water and fertilizer should be administered modestly to avoid mildew and retain the delicious flavors. Greenhouse suggests changing the lighting to 8 hours during the last 2 weeks of flowering in order to halt regrowth of on the buds and produce just enough stress to coax out the maximum amount of sticky resin per inch.

1st Place, High Times Cannabis Cup bio category 1995.

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8 comments to White Widow Marijuana Strain

  • sammygee

    great strain for insomnia. i think the combination of indica and sativa genetics together is perfect to relax both body and mind, making it much easier for me to fall asleep. love the Widow!

  • terry208

    I planted a white widow seed in soil after 7 days with out sprouting I removed some soil and found a 10th of an inch long stem with the seed husk still attached the stem is strongly rooted I gave it two good tugs and it didn’t move now 5 more days and there has been no growth the husk is still attached and still strongly rooted the stem is bright green what’s wrong thank you

  • young old man

    quickly spray the seed head with water , this will soften the seed husk and allow the head to shuck the shell and emerge. repeat often as needed. as a last resort help it along with fingers and pry tools… oh so gently.it may be too late and wont shuck it as it is stunted. no nutes till it go’s, if it go’s. …. give it a couple of days , best of luck

  • 13LuckyBlackCats

    Want to try. Hopefully I can get once a CT dispensary is open

  • Sandman

    I am growing WW outdoors, in soil, at 4800 ft elevation. It has been resistant to insects, and a fast grower. I have them in 15 gallon containers so I can move them inside during high winds. I have moved them in and out on a handcart since they were 6″ tall. They seem to have developed a high tolerance to “stress.” They are 5 weeks into the flowering stage, and the flowers are much larger than those of 2 other strains that were started at the same time.

  • Widow

    I grew White Widow multiple times, great strain, robust, you can always count on its great dusk plants and sweet buds!

  • Anonymous

    been trying for two weeks germination NOTHING!! Finally today sprouting

  • beast coast

    Nice I’m glad it finally sprouted. Persistence definitely helped this situation out. In on the east coast too. Ct

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