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northern lights x big bud marijuana seeds

The Northern Lights X Big Bud marijuana strain is a highly productive plant with its genetics firmly rooted in the famous Northern Lights. World of Seeds have crossed a carefully selected Northern Lights specimen with the aptly named Big Bud. The result is a strain that is ideal for commercial growers being quick, easy and presenting great yields. Although Big Bud was never considered a partucularly potent strain, by crossing it with Northern Lights World of Seeds have created a much stronger strain that will please serious smokers as well as the commercial market. NL X BB is really easy to grow. She is tolerant of mold and mildew and a whole range of pests. She will also put up with a variety of growing conditions and still produce good crops. Soil growers will obtain the best tasting results; a rich and fruity bouquet that will require good odor prevention during both the growing and drying phases. NL X BB remains a fairly short plant, rarely exceeding 40” in height. Good strong branching makes her a good candidate for SCROG systems. Topping, Fimming and LST will all help you increase yields, although leaving her to grow naturally will still return good yields. The hit from Northern Lights X Big Bud is a deep and intensely stoney buzz, although it is not as potent as the original Northern Lights. High CBD levels make this strain of possible interest to the medical marijuana community as well.

Northern Lights Feminised is a strain that has won so many Indica cups and prizes that they even asked for her to be retired from competition to give other high quality Indica strains a chance.

In response to the therapeutic needs of a large number of people who suffer from severe diseases that involve terrible pains and are forced to use aggressive medical treatments, World of Seeds has developed a collection specially aimed at those persons and their needs.
The Medical Collection offers a range high CBD and CBN content.

Northern Lights x Big Bud Feminised Cannabis Seeds | World of Seeds

The high produced from smoking blunts and joints of Northern Light x Big Bud Auto leans more towards a body high that is produced from the indica genetics within the strain. The body high generates feelings of sleepiness and brings about a couch lock sensation. This heavy and slightly sedative action may serve as a great form of pain relief for some medical patients. The high produced by smoking this strain also produces a slight head high that is represented by a meditative and almost psychedelic sensation.

Typical to most autoflowering strains, Northern Light x Big Bud Auto is a fast grower and can be expected to reach harvest time within only 50-60 days after germination has taken place. Plants will also only grow up to heights of around 80-170cm. Both the quick growing time and small stature of this strain makes it a great choice for those with little growing space, and for those wanting to keep their growing operation brief and stealthy.

Northern Lights x Big Bud Auto is an autoflowering hybrid strain that is comprised of indica, sativa and cannabis ruderalis genetics. This strain was created by the crossbreeding of the parent strains that are mentioned within its name. Northern Light x Big Bud Auto brings together some high performing strains and combines the best elements of both to offer a high THC strain that produces mammoth yields.

Northern Lights x Big Bud Auto: Fast growing autoflowering strain

The autoflowering genetics within Northern Light x Big Bud Auto also makes the plant quite easy to grow, so it makes a great choice for beginner growers who are in a period of experimentation. Autoflowering plants require less work in that their light cycle does not need to be changed in order to force them into flower. This strain offers some pretty outstanding yields, with indoors plants reaching up to 600g per square meter. On the other hand outdoors plants can produce between 45 and 70g of potent flowers per plant. The buds of this strain contain an impressive THC content of up to 22 percent.