A happy and pretty widow
• 1100 g/plant
• 3 m
• Early October / Mid-October
• 525 g/m2
• 50-55 days
- White Widow
Perfect for: Extending your catalogue with a stable, productive, tasty and colourful cannabis strain.
Blue Widow is a feminised cannabis seed that leaves a deep imprint wherever she goes, which is no surprise, being one of the most admired and most highly regarded cannabis jewels of the international market. At Dinafem Seeds, we wanted to create something spectacular and we soon agreed to cross two cannabis heavyweights with rich and complex traits: Blueberry and White Widow. Humbly speaking, we can't but say that we couldn't have done it better. The mix of these two strains has resulted in a top-notch and balanced 50% Indica/50% Sativa hybrid of exceptional quality that has been very highly rated by experts in the sector.
- 1st prize in the 'Best Outdoor' category at the 2015 Copa Cannabis (Uruguay)
- 3rd prize in the 'Best Indica' category at the 2013 Treating Yourself Expo Cannabis Cup, held in Toronto (Canada)
Blue Widow is a marijuana strain with a breathtaking pedigree, meaning incredibly beautiful, sturdy and stable plants are obtained with her. Although not particularly big, they're surprisingly resistant and compact, with lots of branches that end up completely full of bulky buds at the end of the flowering. And, as the icing on the cake, some beautiful purplish and blueish hues cover their entire body when the temperature drops at night during the flowering.
Blue Widow produces generous top-quality crops of compact, bulky buds completely covered by the typical thick layer of white and smelly resin. The yield indoors could rise to 525 g/m2 and to 1100 g/plant outdoors; some very interesting figures knowing, besides, that we’re talking about top-quality weed and high-end irresistible resin.
Aromas and flavours
Blue Widow showcases very attractive organoleptic qualities, with buds giving off an intense and sweet fruity aroma accompanied by sweet-and-sour hints and some touches of berries. The complexity is such that some people claim her to be a delicacy. Is your mouth watering yet? You bet it’s not for nothing! You’ll see…
Blue Widow delivers an initially cerebrally stimulating and psychedelic high that turns more physically relaxing as time passes by. A potent, balanced and long-lasting puff of wellness that has come to stay. We’re ready to enjoy a peaceful rest, a good movie or a jam session! And, to top it off, she showcases many therapeutic properties: she can stimulate the appetite, help you sleep and alleviate muscle tension, for example.
Blue Widow has an enormous potential that has to be exploited. How? The key is to make sure she receives a balanced diet and that the growing conditions (light, ventilation, tidiness and cleanliness) are just perfect. Any type of grower, experienced or not, can obtain great results with her because she grows vigorously. In a remarkably short time, in some 50-55 days indoors, and using a growing method that we master, the results will be more than satisfactory. Outdoors, she thrives in temperate, Mediterranean climates and, of course, under the protection of the greenhouse. In either case, she’ll be ready for harvest by early to mid-October. If we live in a humid region instead, there's nothing to worry about because she copes well with all kinds of weather.
Total amount of cannabinoids*: 17.17%
*Cannabis contains at least 113 cannabinoids, which can be either acidic or neutral. When heated – e.g. through smoking, vaping or cooking – acidic cannabinoids decarboxylate and become neutral. This report refers only to the main cannabinoids – acidic and neutral – in this strain.
Total amount of terpenes*: 2.172%
*Cannabis contains over 100 terpenes. These compounds create the aroma unique to each strain and can interact with cannabinoids. This report refers only to the 15 most abundant terpenes in this strain.
These results have been obtained by liquid chromatography coupled to a UV-visible HPLC Detector (HPLC-UV/VIS) for identifying the cannabinoids and by gas chromatography coupled to a flame ionization detector (GC-FID) for the collection of terpenes. The equipment has been previously calibrated and quality control samples were run to assure the accuracy of the results. The data shown here is the average of samples coming from several plants grown from seeds by different growers.
The data contained within this report was collected in accordance with the requirements defined by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in their Recommended Methods for the Identification and Analysis of Cannabis and Cannabis Products. We hereby attest that the information contained within the report has been reviewed for accuracy and checked against the quality control requirements for each method.