breed by DNA Genetics Seeds
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Basic / Breeders Info
L.A. Woman is a mostly indica variety from DNA Genetics and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±67 days ) and outdoors . DNA Genetics’ L.A. Woman is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.
DNA Genetics’ L.A. Woman Description
The LA Woman is a match of two multi-award winning strains. She is great tasting and very strong. The L.A. Woman flowers a week longer than the original L.A., but a week shorter than the Martian Mean Green, making it a well balanced cross time wise. The taste is sweet and robust with the flavor lasting well after the exhale. The L.A. Woman is quicker to veg than the Original L.A., and her yield is almost double! This cross grows like an indica with one main cola and little side branching, and will work well for sea-of-green. With her incredible smell and strength, it`s hard to go wrong with this cross. People will be satisfied by the bag appeal and frostiness keeping all who try her begging for more. The LA Woman stays short, and if you feed her heavily, the buds pack on the weight early and finish in the best part of 9 weeks. Don`t be afraid to thin the large fan leaves in the 5th week or so. This will allow the light to penetrate the canopy and reach the lower sites and will be replaced within a week. Look for your flavor, is it LA you`re after, or Martian? Or maybe it`s a little of both, you make the call with this one.
Flowering Period: 9 – 10 Weeks
Yield: 400-600 g/m2