Dinafem Seeds Purple Moby Dick Feminised
€14.00 – €110.00
BREEDER/BRAND Dinafem Seeds
GENETICS Jack Herer x Purple Afghan Kush
VARIETY Mostly Sativa
FLOWERING TYPE Photoperiod
THC CONTENT 21%
YIELD Indoors: 650 gr/m2; Outdoors: 1500 gr/plant
PLANT HEIGHT Up to 350 cm
GROWS Indoors, Outdoors
FLOWERING TIME 60 – 70 days
HARVEST MONTH mid-late October
TASTE / FLAVOUR Fruity, Pine, Sweet
EFFECT Cerebral, Powerful
A monster-yielder, with high-flying effects and huge dimensions, dressed in purplish tones and even fruitier scents. Purple Moby Dick is derived from the cross of a Jack Herer and a Purple Afghan Kush.
Purple Moby Dick delivers bulky crops with high levels of cannabinoids if grown in optimal conditions. In fact, this beauty could produce up to 21 % THC. With Purple Moby Dick, you’re sure to obtain a ton of purplish compact and huge buds covered in gigantic glandular trichomes that make them look like real cannabis jewels.
A plant that is greedy for light, nutrients, water and, above all, space as it can grow over 3 metres tall.
Purple Moby Dick is 40% Indica / 60% Sativa and is suitable for both indoors and outdoors. Indoor flowering takes 60-70 days with yields of 650 g/m2. Outdoor harvest time is mid-late October with yields of 1500 g/plant. Outdoor height is up to 3.5 m.
Interestingly, Dinafem Seeds are the leading pioneers in cannabis seed preservation. They are internationally recognised for their part in revolutionising seeds storage.
Dinafem Seeds now use packaging that prevents seeds being irreversibly damaged. The seeds are first placed in a clear, plastic vial, similar to ones used in a standard laboratory. This vial is then placed inside a strong metal container ensuring absolute safety when products are being shipped across the world.
Dinafem Seeds have been selling the best selection of sativa and indica cannabis seeds worldwide from their own and from other seed banks for over ten years now. Since their origins as novice growers, they have researched the genetics of many plants to produce their own seeds, all of which are appreciated worldwide.