Breeder: Outlet Cannabis Seeds UK
Genetics: Power Plant South African
Lineage: Pure Sativa Dominant
Flowering Time: 7 Weeks
Yields: 500-600g per m2
THC Content: 20% plus
CBD Content: under 2%
Pack Options: Female Seed Packs
Seed Type: Fast Version Photo Period
Power Plant FAST V Fast Version finishes 1-2 weeks faster than the original strain, but retains most of the original features. There will be a very slight reduction in yield and THC Content, but not more than 10%.
Power Plant Fast V is a serious yielding Sativa that grows vigorously from day one. The central stem becomes thick which makes it deliver nutrients to the buds fast. With a limited amount of experience, you can grow monster harvests with Power Plant Fast V and finish in as little as 7 weeks flowering.
Power Plant Fast V is a South African Pure 100% Sativa. The plants grow not typically of a Sativa strain with them staying relatively short and very dense. They grow with an indestructible stature that ends up with fat buds that can be better suited to multi branch growing techniques. Single colas can be the perfect environment for mould so splitting the size of the bud across multi branches works well.
Power Plant Fast V is a Cannabis Sativa dominant variety. Typically, Sativa strains have higher ratios of THC than Indica Strains and usually lower percentages of CBD. They are typically taller growing with narrower leaves and much lighter green in colour. Sativa Cannabis Strains originate from Countries such as Columbia, Thailand, Mexico and South East Asia and Africa. Power Plant Fast V is a high THC over 20% which affects you in a powerful and cerebral way. Power Plant Fast V is known more for its head buzz rather than the Indica body stone. Effects can be energetic and trippy and most high strength Sativa strains are less suited to novice beginner smokers.
Fast Version Power Plant was created by reversing an Automatic Flowering Power Plant so that it no longer flowers Automatically so it might have a small reminiscent of ruderalis in its genetics. Using this technique makes it return to standard photoperiod and takes 1-2 weeks off the original Power Plant Flowering Time:.