This cannabis variety is known for its medicinal properties. If a long-lasting, narcotic effect is desired, White Rhino can be a good choice. The taste is sweet, with complex aromas of joyful fruitiness. This strain can be particularly helpful to target insomnia due to a soothing and relaxing effect. A flowering time of 9 weeks is enough to produce up to 900g/m². Excellent for SOG or SCROG!
|Genetics||80% indica - 20% sativa|
|Parents||Afghan x Brazilian x South Indian|
|Flowering period||9 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Greenhouse Seeds|
Have you ever seen an albino rhino!? They are absolutely stunning and unique creatures, roaming the African continent. Greenhouse Seeds provides the ultimate safari experience by delivering the extraordinary White Rhino strain. You can simply grow this impeccably dank strain and get closer to nature than ever.
Whether you're into spiritual journeys, kaleidoscopic perceptions of reality, or relaxing on the couch with a pizza slice in hand, White Rhino has got you covered. The tasty nugs induce incredibly physical and narcotic highs. It comes as no surprise, since White Rhino is comprised of 80% indica genetics.
White Rhino contains the spirit of the ganja trinity: Afghani, Brazilian and South-Indian genetics. The Brazilian ancestor derives from “Manga Rosa”, a Brazilian sativa, prevalent at the end of the 20th century. This sativa was used for spiritual purposes in Brazil. The South Indian genetics originate from an already stabilized and selected strain by a ganja farmer from India. The Brazilian and South-Indian genetics also exist in White Widow. Therefore, White Rhino is considered as belonging to the “White” family.
After 9 weeks of flowering, White Rhino is ready for harvest. Indoor growers can expect 900g/m² from the plants. Outdoor growers, who are into free-range White Rhino production, will receive approximately 1200g/plant, which is as bestial as White Rhino herself! The plant becomes short and bushy, perfect for SOG and ScrOG methods. If you’re growing White Rhino outdoors, harvest the buds during October.