Royal Queen
Special Queen #1

Special Queen #1 (Royal Queen Seeds) :: StrainReview :: Indoor :: No.38019395009406286 by Drain

Plant-Profile about Special Queen #1 (by Royal Queen Seeds)

This Plant-Profile is a individual expression by , uploaded at the 27.11.2015.

Information about the growth of the plants:

Flowering Time Indoor
Between 67 an 73 days (Average: 70 days.)
Stretch after the initiation of flowering
±200 Percent
Initiation of flowering onto around 30 cm. - Final Height onto around 90 cm.
Growth Behavior
Side Branches
not very many; short as well as below average strongness.
The plants of this Cannabis-Strain...
...can be placed close together. not need much care.
...are tolerant to over- or under-fertilization.
...are not vulnerable to fungal diseases.
...are not susceptible to mold.
...are tolerant of temperature fluctuations.
...looks and grow more like a Indica.
...are well suited for very low growrooms.
...are a good choice for beginners.
...should not be heavily pruned. not respond well to the pruning of the main stem.
...from feminized seeds tend to hermaphrodites.

Harvest, Yield, Taste, Aroma, strength and effectiveness

Yield / Quantity
The crop of this strain is very low.
Buds / Leaves
The ratio of buds to leaves is ordinary.
Bud Structure
The dried buds are slightly below average.

General Impression

Special Queen #1 (Royal Queen Seeds)

is all together not really recommendable
(On average 2 Points onto a scale between 0 and 10 !)

Additional Information

Drain says

The best about it is the price, but the cost-performance ratio is not!
They are easy to grow, but do not perform in a way that you could say "it´s worth it." 3 out of 10 stagnated quite early while having exactly the same conditions then the others.
I grew them under a 250 W metal halide lamp for 6 weeks, before flowering them for 70 days under a 600 W sodium vapor bulb to get the trichomes ready at last. The yield is definitely substandard, as is stretch, performance in general and root growth.

I would not recommend it and prefer better genetics for the conditions I mentioned above.
(27.11.2015, 11:58)