White Widows are stout and fairly funnel shaped and decreased. The bud structure of the blossoms are more sativa than indica, with a free and cushioned surface that can be separated fairly effectively notwithstanding its tenacity. The leaves are spring green with not many noticeable pistils.
At the point when developed effectively, buds are altogether canvassed in since a long time ago stalked trichomes, loaning the whitish-dim appearance that gives the strain its vital name. White Widow is known for having a stinging, smelling salts like aroma with certain traces of hearty pine. Severing buds open gives a more hashy, incense-like smell. The smooth smoke tastes correspondingly natural – clients acquainted with fruity or scrumptious crossbreeds might be frustrated by White Widow’s general absence of flavor.
White Widow can be developed from seed or from clone (accomplished by planting clippings of develop and solid plants). It is a form safe strain, making open air development a choice – albeit a practically Mediterranean atmosphere with consistent temperatures somewhere in the range of 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit works best. In spite of a generally sativa high, White Widow look considerably more indica during the vegetative stage: plants are rugged and wide, and once in a while surpass 6 feet in stature. The plants bloom inside 9 weeks when developed inside and are prepared for gather toward the beginning of October when developed outside. Cultivators can expect around 37 to 55 grams (or about 1.3 to 2 ounces) per square foot of plant.
The super-clingy strain gives a cerebral high that, while here and there overwhelming in huge portions, generally permits clients to stay utilitarian and mindful of their environment.