Moby Dick Strain
Moby Dick is a superstar in sativa cannabis circles. The strain started in Amsterdam and had since inspired various breeders across the globe. Moby Dick also won Soft Secret's "Girl of the Year" strain in 2010. It has a robust cerebral stimulation which delivers a charged buzz. The aroma of Moby Dick is sweet citrus, which dominates the palate with lemon and eucalyptus tones.
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Overview of Moby Dick
Originating in Amsterdam and currently bred by Dinafem Seeds, Moby Dick has a high THC content which makes for a powerful sativa-dominant hybrid. The strain stands out due to its strong sativa genetics. Moby Dick fosters a buzzing mental high that simultaneously relaxes and stimulates. Furthermore, the strain's pleasant aroma, vitality, and yield make Moby Dick the sativa of choice for many growers. Moby Dick boasts THC percentages well above the 13.5 percent average for sativa strains. On average, Moby Dick bud contains 15 percent THC; however, THC content often reaches up to 21 percent. Due to its resin-covered bud and higher potency, recreational and medical users favor Moby Dick.
Positive Effects of Moby Dick
When smoking Moby Dick, smokers report feelings of euphoria, happiness, energy, creativity, and relaxation. The high starts off with a burst of energy before mellowing you into a state of relaxation. Moby Dick's energizing effects can help jazz up social situations and other daytime activities. The strain's uplifting qualities foster a sense of friendliness.
Negative Effects of Moby Dick
Many smokers, recreational and medical, experience cottonmouth after consuming Moby Dick. Dry eye, paranoia, dizziness, and anxiety are less common adverse effects of Moby Dick.
The Lineage of Moby Dick
Dinafeam Seeds breed feminized Moby Dick seeds. The strain is a cross between Haze and White Widow. Haze is a Californian-born strain crafted by the famous Haze Brothers. Moby Dick's other parent strain, White Widow, is a popular hybrid known for its balanced effects and winning genetics. Together, these two all-star strains created a cult-like following.
Growing Moby Dick
Moby Dick seeds have the potential for high yields of quality flower in a short amount of time. It takes the strain approximately 60 to 70 days to flower indoors. Moby Dick seeds grown in nutrient-rich environments, like greenhouses, can yield up to 650 grams per square meter. Moby Dick seeds can yield even more flower per square meter outdoors. In temperate and Mediterranean climates, plants can grow up to 3.5 meters tall and yield 1500 grams per square meter. Outdoors varieties should be expected to flourish in mid to late October.
Where to Find Moby Dick
Moby Dick is a prevalent strain throughout Canada. This strain is also forming a following in Colorado.
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