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Moby Dick (Dinafem) :: StrainReview :: Outdoor

Plant-Profile about Moby Dick (by Dinafem)

This Plant-Profile was generated by 2 single profiles, particular thanks goes to: SwissGreen and MIgrower

Information about the growth of the plants:

Harvest Time Outdoor
End of September +/- 1 Week in CmHmα climates at the northern hemisphere.
End of September +/- 1 Week in CmHmα climates at the northern hemisphere.
Middle of October in BmShβ climates at the northern hemisphere.
Climate zones according to the SeedFinder classification with actual data from 1986-2009
Growth Behavior
Stretch
Bushy
Lanky
Strong
Side Branches
a lot of; very long as well as very strong and vigorous.
The plants of this Cannabis-Strain...
...need place and should not be placed close together.
...are not very tolerant to over- or under-fertilization.
...are not vulnerable to fungal diseases.
...are not susceptible to mold.
...are tolerant of temperature fluctuations.
...have no problems with high temperatures.
...looks and grow more like a Sativa.
...need a lot of room upward.
...build many, thick buds on the side branches.
...should be supported into the flowering period. (Nets, JoJos, Bamboo-Sticks).
...can build pre flowers into the growth period.
...are a good choice for commercial cultivation.
...are well suited to Supercropping.

Harvest, Yield, Taste, Aroma, strength and effectiveness

Yield / Quantity
The crop of this strain is very high.
Buds / Leaves
The ratio of buds to leaves is very good.
Bud Structure
The dried buds are hard and compact.
Strength / Lasting Effect
The weed is very strong and long lasting.
Tolerance Built
extremely slow tolerance education.

General Impression

Moby Dick (Dinafem)
(Outdoor)

is all together extremely good and very recommendable
(On average 9 Points onto a scale between 0 and 10 !)

Additional Information

SwissGreen says

Grown 1 plant outdoors.

Very strong veg-phase, given enough nutes and sun it can grow easy over 100cm before flowering.
Grows vigourously - a thick main-stem and a lot of strong side branches to all directions.
Should be supported in the late veg & the flowering phase!

Outdoors, a well prepared warm place with good soil is a must.

Stretching: 120%
Endsize: 202cm

Smells a bit like peppermint mixed with pine but has that old-school-skunky flavour from sativa weed from the early 90's which is a bit in danger of extinction - what a pitty!
Efect is a floating-sativa-high which stays between 2 or 3 h. Perfect for anything creative. (17.01.2015, 16:44)

MIgrower says

I grew a few different moby dick plants outdoors, a few clones from a seed that I germinated and cloned for 3 years prior to growing outdoors, and a seed that I germinated that spring.All of the plants were started indoors and kept indoors until they were all around 12 inches tall, on a 18/6 hour light schedule and then moved outdoors in early June.The older clones started flowering in July and were mature in late August, and then re-flowered and all of the plants were mature by October 15.I had no problems with mold or anything like that.A few of the plants were around 6 feet tall, my biggest one yielded 8 ounces of dried herb, and the next smallest one had 6.5 ounces.A very easy strain to grow outdoors!Near the end of the flowering cycle it gets some purple hues on the leaves and some of the buds. We have heavy clay soil that I amended with Roots organic potting soil. The plants were watered with rain water, and tap water during the dry times, and no additional fertilizers or chemicals of any kind. (20.01.2015, 02:42)

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