Moby Dick by Dinafem harnesses the unbridled fury and power of the leviathan she is named after, excelling in every way. This mix of Haze x White Widow is easy to grow, high yielding, and extremely potent. She produces a flavour that combines citrus, incense and pine, inducing a very relaxing mind and body high. Moby Dick flowers in 60-70 days, yielding up to 650g/m² indoors or 1500g outdoors.
|Genetics||60% sativa - 40% indica|
|Parents||Haze x White Widow|
|Flowering period||60-70 days|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||Mid/end October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
Moby Dick from Dinafem is a sativa-dominant hybrid that needs no special introduction. One of the most popular strains around, it is Dinafem's flagship strain that made them a major player in the cannabis industry. With the ratio of sativa and indica genes at 60:40, Moby Dick is a high-class hybrid that shows traits from both varieties.
An easy-to-grow strain, Moby Dick will flourish in most conditions, both indoors and outdoors. It is a needy plant and to grow it to its full potential, she will require high-intensity light and a nutrient-rich diet. However, once you have her satisfied, expect ridiculous yields within a flowering time of 60-70 days. Indoors it will produce a hefty yield of 650g/m², but outdoor yields are where it's at. Outdoor Moby Dick can grow up to 300cm and produce 1500g/plant of resinous buds in optimal conditions.
Being an award winner, it can't lack in the departments of aroma and potency. And of course, it doesn't. A complex aroma adorns this strain; an exhilarating mix of citrus, incense, and pine. Marketed as "the most psychoactive strain" in Dinafem's catalog, due to the THC levels being at 21%, Moby Dick packs a punch and then some. The high is very relaxing for body and mind alike.
Moby Dick is a cult classic in the cannabis growing scene. It is the grower's choice due to its potent, hard-hitting high and the out-of-this-world yields this strain will award you with. Don't think twice and give a shot at taming the beast that is Moby Dick.