Growing the White Widow
It is a fast flowering lady that gives good harvests in a relatively short time. She won’t grow to be the biggest, but is packed with long buds that are incredibly compact. On average, this variety lays around 400 to 500 g/m² in the shell and this in no longer than 8 weeks!
She likes dry and warm weather but if you have her outside she will be ready for harvest before the bad weather sets in. High humidity will naturally increase the risk of bud rot and mould
How long does it take for the White Widow cannabis seed to bloom?
She proves that White Widow is one of the fastest flowering varieties by being ready for harvest in 8 to 9 weeks. You will notice that her leaves get a little slimmer during those weeks and the branches get longer and thicker.
When the flower hairs start to develop, resin production also starts on the sugar leaves. Give them another month and the buds will be packed with THC-rich, sticky trichomes.
What does the White widow cannabis taste like?
White Widow’s scent and flavor profile is spicy and piney, with a host of supporting notes. Certain phenotypes give citrus with sour, fresh and fruity characteristics. For others, diesel will be part of the spectrum, making the buds smell more gassy or metallic. All this allows us to classify her as real old-school weed!
Effects of White Widow cannabis
The action of White Widow is known to be strong and long-lasting. Most users will experience a euphoric high that energizes and puts them in a creative mood. The longer the high lasts and the more you use, the more sedative and relaxed the feeling will be. After the energetic peak, a feeling of general relaxation and tranquility follows, making this strain extremely suitable for sleeping in.