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Power Plant is a renowned pure Sativa that was first bred in 1997 and instantly stole hearts of many growers and smokers. The strain was brought from South Africa and its already incredible traits were enhanced by Dutch Passion’s breeders. The strain became an unbelievably heavy yielder with the indoor production of 600 grams per square meter. The strain hasn’t been subjected to hybridization and, as a result, only retains the features of the very first Power Plant variety. The strain is well-known amongst both cultivators and connoisseurs. It’s legitimately hard to find a grower who’s never heard of it. And for many of them Power Plants has been a strain of choice for a long time. One can easily guess why – it’s just a very good cannabis variety. If you haven’t tried it out yet, well, too bad, because Power Plant is one of the most appreciated Sativas out there. It’s got a sweet taste, savory aroma, and, the most important part, a ridiculously strong high. It unchains your mind and allows it to think in the ways that never seemed to be possible before. The curious thing about Power Plant is that the flowering time of this strain had been reduced to 8 weeks only! This is actually pretty fast even for the Indica-based varieties. Keep in mind that Power Plant stretches a lot and you’ll have to deal with it on a daily basis. Trimming, pruning and SOG/SCROG should work fine. Long story short, Power Plant is an ultimate Sativa strain that is very versatile and applicable for every grower.

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Gender Feminized
Genotype Sativa
Genetics Africa Mostly Sativa
Flowering 8 weeks
Harvest 500 - 600 gr/m2
Height 100 - 150 cm
Thc 15%
Cbd Medium
Method Indoor
Type Photoperiod





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