In 2005 Dinafem introduced Moby Dick into the market and it immediately became a seed which produced passion among collectors; it was the first time a local feminised seed surprised collectors and convinced them firsthand that Holland was not the only reference in seeds. It was a first class variety, vigorous, productive and very powerful, with much better genetics than many of those available. The years have passed and it has become the most well-known variety in the Dinafem catalogue.Crossing a JYD Haze mother plant with another non-dominant and highly productive indica mother plant of the Northern Lights strain, Dinafem have managed to preserve its sativa character in flavour and strength but obtaining a higher productivity at the same time. In order to do so, Dinafem have used the most productive mother plant of a special selection, a very stable and productive non-dominant indica. Thus, Dinafem have produced a new improved version which maintains the same strength and flowering period in spite of increasing its productivity. The increase in productivity is more noticeable in Mediterranean climates – as the sun is the principle factor which marks the difference. Harvesting is similar to its sister-plant, between the 10 – 25 October. It is moderately resistant to fungus caused by excess moisture in autumn.