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Purple Reign is a mostly indica variety from The Bank Genetics and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ) and outdoors . The Bank Genetics’ Purple Reign is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.

Recommended Grower Experience: Any
Indica: 75%
Sativa: 25%
Indoor/Outdoor: Both
Yield: Above average to heavy
Flower Time (indoors): 58-63 days
Growth Stature: Tall
Phenotypic Variation: Low
Common Terpene Profile Characteristics: Sweet, berry, spice, candy
Possible Desirable/Interesting Traits: Extreme purpling, fast finish, high yields.

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Additional Notes: If you like "the purple stuff", you just found your new best friend. Purple hues show early in veg, with even the stems turning dark purple. Terpene profiles are all on the sweet end of the spectrum, and has relatively low phenotypic variation. High yields, quick finish.

The Bank Genetics’ Purple Reign Description

This time around, six teams competed in single-elimination playoffs with the top two seeds earning a bye straight to the semifinals, and the NWSL Championship on CBS, which was originally scheduled to take place at Providence Park in Portland, Oregon, instead being contested at Lynn Family Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky, home of Racing Louisville FC.

Let’s take a look at the playoff schedule:

NWSL playoff schedule and bracket

First-round byes into semifinals:

Sunday, Nov. 7 (Quarterfinals)
Chicago Red Stars 1, NJ/NY Gotham 0
Washington Spirit 1, North Carolina Courage 0 (a.e.t.)

Reign seeds

Prediction: The Reign will get revenge for the October loss and edge a Spirit team that gives a valiant effort. In the end, OL’s experience and depth—particularly up front—will be too much.

The league’s expanded postseason, which featured six of its 10 teams making the cut, debuted last weekend, with the No. 4 seed Chicago Red Stars knocking off No. 5 Gotham FC and the No. 3 seed Washington Spirit edging No. 6 North Carolina in extra time. Chicago now travels to Portland to take on the Thorns, while Washington heads to Tacoma to meet the OL Reign.

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Woodward's Impending Exit Marks the End of Man United's Error

This 2021 NWSL season, beyond all the off-field turmoil, has been one of the more wide-open in league history, with the recently dominant North Carolina Courage taking a step back and a number of teams rounding into form in time for the playoffs.

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OL Reign vs. Washington Spirit

Despite all of that, a young and burgeoning Washington squad took the next step, finished third in the standings and won its quarterfinal with North Carolina, setting up Sunday’s juicy semifinal. The Spirit are the only team to defeat the Reign since mid-August, and that should give them confidence heading in. Golden Boot winner Ashley Hatch and 19-year-old standout Trinity Rodman have combined for 16 goals on the season, while Andi Sullivan continues to impress and control games in the midfield and Aubrey Bledsoe is as dependable as they come in goal.

Both NWSL semifinals matchups will kick off Sunday, Nov. 14, for a spot in the Nov. 20 championship game in Louisville. Ahead of that, Sports Illustrated looks back at how all four teams got here, who Sunday’s X-factors may be and predicts the winners.