Wappa - Feminized Seeds 3 pcs Paradise Seeds

Price
16 €

Manufacturer
Paradise Seeds

Product code
884

In stock
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Wappa is a massively built and stable Indica. Because of its low height, it is sought after among growers who have a problem with insufficient space. More

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Wappa with the genes from Amsterdam

Wappa is a massively built and stable Indica. Because of its low height, Wappa is a popular model among growers. It is particularly appreciated by those with limited indoor space.

The effects of strangulation will provide you with a classical body relaxation that only the Indica can do. Fortunately, without stiffness.

Wappa is a rugged but rugged plant that quickly becomes a home bird. It has an attractive appearance, is easy to grow, and matures quickly.

If you force it into a flower at a height of only 30 cm and then mature, it will double its size and obscure the bloated and narcotic flowers.

Wappa has a high ratio of flowers to leaves, so there is no single problem with "manicures". Fruitful and sweetly tasting sticks cause intense and creative states. The onset is very strong but pleasant.

Caution: it is very sensitive to light, so even opening the door in the grocery store registers can affect it

As has already been mentioned technically, the majority of Indica.

Growing indoor: 55-60 days with a yield of 400-500 grams per m²

Growing outdoor: ripening at the beginning of October with a yield of over 500 grams of the plant

Effect: Bidding and very pleasant

Smell/Flavor: fruity/sweet

Higher THC content: 15-18%

Parameters

Flowering type photoperiod
Version feminized
Flower length medium (8-10 weeks)
Genotype indica
Packaging 3 seeds
CBD content low (do 1%)
THC content high (15-20%)
Yield medium
Placement outdoor
Height small (up to 1 m)
Trophies unknown
Difficulty medium
Terpenes myrcen, ocimen
Genetics Sweet skunk