Ladyburn 1974 is a cross between Jack Herer and Ice Dream which provides a strong high that slowly fades. It has a 9 week flowering cycle when grown indoors and can yield up to 800g/m². When grown outside Ladyburn 1974 can be harvested at the beginning of October and can yield 1000g/plant. It is ideal for SCROG setups and easy to grow.
|Parents||Jack Herer x Ice Dream|
|Flowering period||9 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||Early October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Greenhouse Seeds|
Not only does Greenhouse Seeds produce state of the art cannabis genetics, they’re also into time traveling. They set the timer on their time machine to 1974 to retrieve all the necessities required to produce Ladyburn 1974. They used Jack Herer and Ice Dream as parent plants; Jack Herer is a top-class sativa strain, named after Jack Herer, the dedicated cannabis activist and together with Ice Dream, the perfect mixture was complete. The aromas and flavors are out of this world. Seriously, when that aroma hits your nostrils, you’ll be over the moon.
Ladyburn 1974, with its old-school genetics, contains a perfect 50% indica - 50% sativa balance. You'll experience the best of two worlds. At first, you’ll be stoned, couch-locked, chilling, and grinning for no apparent reason. The high evolves into a strongly uplifted state. If you’re the creative type, bring out your equipment, set everything up and get to work! You’ll be surprised at the magnificence you can achieve whilst under Ladyburn 1974’s spell. With 21.8% THC-levels, the potency hits that 1974% mark. You’ll require trace amounts of this lady to get excellently high.
After only 9 weeks of flowering, Ladyburn 1974 will be ready for harvest. Make sure to provide her with required nutrition and love, she’ll reward you with generous yields. Indoor growers can expect 800g/m² of nugs covered in beautiful white crystals. Outdoors, Ladyburn 1974 reaches medium heights and produces up to 1000g/plant.