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white dream seeds

The aromas generate a powerful high, sharpening one’s concentration and mood, boosting low energy levels, and doubling efficiency. Users report feeling energized, with a solid and refreshing impact. The high from this hybrid is also very long-lasting. The effect is initially energetic and cerebral, then gradually transforms into a smooth and comfortable relaxation.

Type: Sativa dominant (60%)
Genetics Parents: Blue Dream x White Widow
Flowering Period: 10-12 Weeks
Climate: Warm
Yield: 12 to 16oz/m2 indoor / 16oz/p outdoor
Flavors: Creamy, Sweet, Citrus, Sour, and Skunk
THC Level: 24%
CBD Level: Low
Height: Unknown
Harvest Period: October-November
Growing Difficulty: Easy

More About White Dream Autoflower Strain

Thanks to its Blue Dream and White Widow genes, White Dream has intense notes of creamy, sweet, citrus, skunk, and sour taste and is known for its one-of-a-kind scents and flavor. Citrus and skunk notes have become more prominent in this strain, making users feel like they’re getting a divine massage at the best treatment. Marijuana connoisseurs adore the blend of flavors and aromas in this strain.

Description

Thanks to its Blue Dream and White Widow genes, White Dream has intense notes of creamy, sweet, citrus, skunk, and sour taste and is known for its one-of-a-kind scents and flavor. Citrus and skunk notes have become more prominent in this strain, making users feel like they’re getting a divine massage at the best treatment. Marijuana connoisseurs adore the blend of flavors and aromas in this strain.

Not a winter Radish but a thoroughly good summer root for eating whole. Mild, juicy and crunchy, it remains healthy and ‘pithless’ even under the worst summer sun.

Radish is an easy to grow and quick to mature salad crop. Summer radishes are small, walnut-sized, round or cylindrical in shape and are eaten raw in salads. Winter radishes a larger and more turnip like. Like summer radish they can be eaten raw in salads or they can be cooked like a Turnip or Swede. Radish seedling leaves can also be used as cut and come again salad.

How to Grow Radish from Seed

Sow fortnightly from February to September for a constant supply of fresh radish. Sow radish seeds directly into shallow drills, around 1 inch deep, or under cloches. Germination normally takes 5 to 7 days. Thin out the seedlings as soon as possible, to give more space for maturing roots to swell, you can use the thinnings in salads.

Radishes prefer moist fertile soil, with regular watering in dry periods to promote rapid root growth.