S.A.D. Fast Version

€18,50

Availability: In stock

* Required Fields

To buy, select pack

Choose from options to the left

Sweet Afghani Delicious now also has a sister with an accelerated blooming period that was reduced by 2 weeks. Other than that, this version doesn’t have any differences. It’s still an old good S.A.D. that gives plentiful yields (400-500 g/m2 indoors, ~400 g/plant outdoors). Indica dominance means that plants look, develop and work on your mind in the way similar to classic Afghani plants. Usually there is a large central cola encircled by a bunch of lateral ones (which are of pretty much the same size). Broad, dark green leaves unmistakably indicate rich Indica heritage. Buds are really tight, resin production is over the top. Strains like these one are used in India and Pakistan for making charas (hashish).

The best thing about Fast Version strains is that they are capable of finishing the flowering in the areas with colder climate. This means that F1 hybrids can be a great alternative to the autoflowers, which are commonly being used in those areas. You can harvest your crops as early as September outdoors, when it’s not that cold yet. Although Fast Version plants do have some Ruderalis genes, their initial potency and performance were basically left untouched. Even the most power autoflowers can’t really compete with photoperiodic strains when it comes to these properties.

Overall, S.A.D. Fast Version is simply a wonderful all-around Indica strain.

Properties

Feminized Feminized Feminized
Type Photoperiod
Gentype Genotype Indica/Sativa: 90%/10%
Genetics Genetics S.A.D. Auto x Black Domina
Flowering Flowering 6-7 weeks
Harvest Harvest 400-500 g/m2

Taste

Earthy
Pungent
Sweet

Effects

Euphoric
Happy
Relaxed

Ratings & Reviews

0 reviews
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Sweet Seeds S.A.D. Fast Version

How do you rate this product?

Product Tags

Other people marked this product with these tags:

Legal Disclaimer

Warning Germination of Cannabis seed is illegal in most countries. Read more