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420 FastBuds

car | Rhino Ryder

car | Rhino Ryder

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Description

One of the best strains when it comes to making hash, extracts and rosin. It is one of the easiest strains to grow and will produce large yields in as little as 9 weeks. This hybrid will express both indica and sativa heritage while remaining shorter than most strains, making it an excellent choice for growers with limited space. Earthy flavor and a slightly spicy cinnamon and pear scent make for one of the best tasting hash types.

Bud description

Large buds so resinous they resemble herbal ivory. The colas are known to be shaped like a rhino horn. Thick and dense buds that have an impressive chunky appearance and boast a wonderfully fresh cinnamon and pear terpene profile.

smoke report

The name is an indication of how powerful the strain is and what to expect. With a THC level of 20% and 1.2% CBD, this medicinal wonder plant is excellent for relaxing the body, resulting in heavy eyelids and the feeling of wanting to lie down and catch up on the sleep you need. A very physical effect that can be hard to shake off, so be warned before this girl goes full steam ahead. Recommended for medical patients and those with a very high tolerance to the strongest indica.

Look

The plant will grow short, with short stem spacing and small, thick fan leaves. The height will be between 60-100cm once fully bloomed. During this time she will produce large numbers of thick, golf ball sized buds. Thanks to her indica influence, the plants will take on a bushy Christmas tree structure that will surround the lower plants with side branches and leaves. It's perfect for keeping low and for those with size concerns. Her main stem is thick and she will be extremely wind resistant due to her low and bushy structure. The plant will begin to turn white with intense trichome production and then develop resinous rails across the fan leaves and surrounding plant matter.


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