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rene mist seeds

Rene mist seeds

The Rene Mist strain is a hybrid strain both sativa as indica with THC levels around 11.5%. This strain has CBD levels which are pretty low. Rene Mist is geneticly corresponding with Cannatonic and Rene and the proportions are 40% indica and 60% sativa. Rene Mist will grow into a fine marijuana plant with a great yield. Growing Rene Mist seeds is fun and with the right info anyone can cultivate this cannabis plant, the Rene Mist has an average flowering time.

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You want to buy Rene Mist seeds? Get yourself informed about the effects of the Rene Mist strain. Rene Mist is known for the following effects:

Rene mist seeds

Grow your own gorgeous cut flowers that bloom in succession throughout spring and summer. Make lavish bouquets using nature's own paint box of beautiful colors and forms.

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Ample 1.5 oz. seeds covers 350 to 450 sq.ft.


The seed mix is packed with a larger quantity of organic rice hulls to help space the tiny seeds. Before opening, shake canister thoroughly to mix them together.

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