The Black Feminised Seeds – 6 from BC Bud Depot for sale at Seedsman Shop Online. Get Free seeds with every order. Offering the best seeds since 2003. Black Sugar Feminised Seeds from Seedsman for sale at Seedsman Shop Online. Get Free seeds with every order. Offering the best seeds since 2003. Lebanon #1 x Lebanon #5
The Black Feminised Seeds – 6
The Black is a fat, juicy indica that is not for the faint-hearted. This powerful medicinal indica (90%) was developed in both California and Vancouver during the late 1980s. Its dark purple leaves turn black at maturity.
This is a plant which can be grown both indoors as well as outdoors. Indoors it takes between 8 – 10 weeks to complete its flowering phase. Outdoor northern hemisphere harvests will be ready during the middle of October. The central colas develop into massive contiguous buds and become liberally-coated with glistening resin crystals.
This is a night-time smoke par excellence, its almost narcotic quality soothing and relaxing the body. Likely to be very useful with sleep problems.
One of High Times Top Ten Strains, 2008 and an entrant to the Spannabis Cup in Barcelona.
Black Sugar Feminised Seeds
A cross between a powerful indica, a potent medical strain, and a modern classic, Black Sugar retains all of the best characteristics of its parents.
From its Black Domina line, this strain maintains an incomparable relaxing effect and fast flowering traits.
From its LA OG parent, Black Sugar offers potency and potential therapeutic benefits.
How Black Sugar Grows
Black Sugar plant retains its short stature from its Critical lineage, making it an ideal strain for indoor or limited space cultivation.
However, what Black Sugar lacks in stature, she more than makes up for in yield – where she can reach up to 600gr/m2.
Black Sugar Taste, Smell and Effect
With an intensely fruity aroma and dense bus covered in crystals, Black Sugar is a high-THC strain that you need to try ASAP.
Black Lebanon is a real treat for the true connoisseur of old school strains. This is the original Black Lebanon dating back from the 1980’s, a true Hash plant. The producer has been busy with this strain since 2008 and selected the best mothers out of hundreds of plants. This strain is made from two original Black Lebanon landraces, a crossed between Lebanon #1 and Lebanon #5. Of course we took into account our desires towards quality, potency, taste, effect and of course a good yield.
We are very pleased and proud with the successful breeding results. Black Lebanon is one of the strongest landrace strains from Lebanon. She is naturally very resistant to high temperatures and dry climates thanks to the Lebanese landrace genetics.
The plants are very dark green with some leaves showing purple colourations. Some can look almost black. This makes these plants a real treat for the eye. The spectacular appearance is enhanced by the glittering white resinous trichomes which really stand out against the dark foliage of the plant.
The taste is a little fruiter than the original Black Lebanon, more flavoursome with less of an earthy taste. The production levels are medium to high, depending on the growers skills and lights used. We recommend a minimum of 600W per m2 of HPS, or perhaps around 400W/m2 of quality LED. In optimum conditions 500 gram per m2 is possible.
She grows between 80cm and 1.50 m tall and is also very suited to the SOG grow technique. SCROG is possible but takes longer because she isn’t the stretchiest of strains. Black Lebanon is very sticky and resinous with THC levels reaching in between 16% and 22%.
The indoor flower period is around 60-65 days. Outdoors she can be harvested around the middle of October. Indoors, she is very resistant to stress and high temperatures. The genetic background is very strong and the team were surprised and impressed with the resin levels, terpene profile and bud production. It’s not very common to see a plant this vigorous with such growth speed.
So if you want to impress yourself and your stoner friends try it out now and enjoy the relaxing vibes and old school memories from the 1980’s.