Biddy Early 11 Semillas Regulares

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Biddy Early by Serious Seeds is an ideal plant to get started within the growing world. Very easy-to-grow, this strain withstands cold and humidity. Good results with minimal effort.

Flavor Fruity
Climate Rainy
Effect Medicinal relaxant
Genotype Mostly Indica
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Biddy Early regular by Serious Seeds is a strain especially selected for the outdoors, produced exclusively by Gerrit from Magus Genetics to resist the hard Dutch climate. In the Iberian Peninsula it will resist any problem related to humidity, fungi and cold.

It’ll give us good results indoors. However, keeping mothers in a vegetative state high be a bit hard for us due to their tendency to flower very easily and fast. 9 plants per m2 will get us up to 400g of resinous and sticky buds.

Outdoors, this plant is ideal for beginners and guerrilla crops since it doesn’t need much care and resists exposure to bad weather effortlessly. Its flowering is short. It will become a fir-tree plant about 2m high in purple shades which can become red if cold  nights arrive before the bloom has finished. Outdoors, we can expect 250g yields.

Buds are hard and compact, very indica for a sativa plant. It’s very recommendable for regular smokers looking for soft strains without compromising taste. This strain releases an aroma that consists of a mix of muddy scents with a caramel touch that becomes velvety in your palate.

  • Sativa/Indica: hybrid sativa/indica
  • Flowering: 50-60 days indoors. End of September - beginning of October, outdoors.
  • Height: 1-1.5m indoors. 2-2.5m outdoors (350-500 g/m2)

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Category Serious Seeds Regular Reference Serious Seeds UPC 11

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