Seedsman - Northern Lights
Cannabis Seeds Information
The genetics of Northern Lights is one of the most confused of all existing cannabis seeds strains because there is no one who can take entire credit for its creation. Northern Lights was developed as an indoor cannabis seed strain in the late 1970s near Seattle in Washington, although the genetics involved in the cross were known to have come from California - the original home of a great many of the most famous cannabis seeds strains. It was initially a stabilised cannabis sativa strain crossed with an Afghani Indica hybrid.
Northern Lights travelled to Holland as a clone where it was introduced to the commercial cannabis seed market in 1985 by The Seed Bank.
Because it arrived as a clone it could not be inbred for stability and cannabis seed production, therefore Skunk No 1 and Original Haze were used to produce seeds off it so it could be used as a parent plant.
Northern Lights distinctly show its Afghani Indica genetic background; it is a small plant that produces big highly resinous flowers. Although it was initially developed for indoor growers excellent results have been produced outside. Northern Lights has a sweet resinous taste and produces a physical comfortable but lazy feeling, known to some as 'couch lock'.
Genetics: Afghani/Skunk No. 1/Haze
Variety: Strongly Indica (>80%)
Type: F1 Hybrid
Harvest Date: Mid - Late September
Flowering Period: 6-7 Weeks
Characteristics: Early maturing plant producing large flowers.
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