While Taiga #2 does not quite originate from Siberia, there the strain definitely has some ties to Siberia. Cannabis Ruderalis, a subspecies of a Cannabis genus that is rumored to originate in Russia. Though modern autoflowers only contain a slight bit of Ruderalis genetics, which is just enough to keep its impressive perseverance and the ability to flower independently of the light schedule. Taiga #2 also bears the genetics of Power Plant, that allow it to be remarkably potent, especially for an autoflower.
The usual height of this herb rarely exceeds the point of 100 centimeters. Taiga #2 grows at an exceptionally fast pace; by the 75th day plants should be ready for harvesting. During the flowering the smell gets pretty strong, so you better be ready. Or maybe you would want to stick with the smell just because of how lovely it is. There are undertones of candies, strawberries and fruits. Not every perfume smells that good. In regard to the taste, it’s kind of a regular weed taste, not too harsh, but still can cause cough for some people.
The size of the buds is actually rather decent, same goes for their density. The strength of the Taiga #2 is also undisputable; one fat milky bong hit will be an adequate dosage for the majority of smokers. Still not stoned enough, huh? Well, we say go for edibles, or hash, or extracts… We’ll see how you feel after consuming all of the above.
Taiga #2 is a win-win for any kind of grower, to be honest. Lots of highly potent bud in a short time – who wouldn’t love this?
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