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nordle seeds

Nordle seeds

You can expect impressive yields from indoor grows of 400 grams per square meter or better. Outdoor grows produce equally impressive results. An average grower with little to no experience can expect 90 – 150 grams per plant. An experienced grower that understands what a plant needs and how to support by bracing it for growth can achieve average yields that are beyond the stars. THC percentages on these lovely ladies are something that is not extremely high but where she lacks for THC she makes up for this with CBD. THC percentages come in on average around 8% and CBD percentages are coming in on average around an impressive 5%. These numbers of course can fluctuate based on a numerous amount of factors such as your growing method, environment and overall condition, and the experience level of the individual who is doing the growing. No matter how you look at it Nordle is one sensational feminized cannabis seed that will help make your collection shine. After all, your cannabis seed collection deserves nothing more than the very best and you will always find the very best right here at Ice Headshop.

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Nordle is a dank weed strain that will blow your mind. You can find this incredible feminized cannabis seed right here at Ice Headshop. One of the great attributes of this amazing hybrid is its delicate 50/50 balance of indica and sativa. This provides the best of both worlds for consumers. Helping to relax the body and provide relief from pain, depression, anxiety, and other conditions may be just what you find when you are blazin on this amazing strain. Nordle was created utilizing some absolutely insane genetics.
Strong delectable and sturdy Afghani was crossed with a beautiful Sensi Star giving birth to this strain of cannabis. For growers both new and old this is an excellent strain. She’s not very difficult to grow and tends to be resilient to molds and mildews. You’ll find with a little bit of patience and about 8 weeks on average these girls will start flowering and showing off beautiful buds. The rich trichome covered buds will look as if they were dusted in diamonds.


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Nordle seeds

Nordle makes an exceptionally great medical strain especially for the use of pain, sleeplessness, stress, and lack of appetite. The ratio of THC to CBD is over the 1:1 mark creating a hybrid that can truly be enjoyed by both recreational smokers and medicinal users alike.

The flavor of Nordle flowers can only be described as having that 60’s hash taste. Sweet and spicy, with a hint of freshly cut grass, Nordle will have you reminiscing about the old days.

As Nordle finishes flowering it creates monster buds with a dense herbal and fruity smell. Each trichome ready to explode with all the oils trapped inside, Nordle flowers are truly a remarkable site under a microscope.

Indica lovers will appreciate Nordle. A strain that gets its name from Howard Marks codeword for hashish, Nordle is an afghani cross skunk and has an extremely hashy smell and high CBD content.

The afghani comes through in this strain as it produces oily and potent buds. As with most of Mr Nice’s seeds, Nordle is CBD enriched to provide a medical strain that packs more than just a punch. Skunk number 1 hybrids generally produce high potent buds and Nordle is no exception.

    Like most indica dominant cannabis seeds, Nordle has a flowering time of 8-10 weeks and produces a short stocky “christmas tree” like plant with tight rock hard buds.

The drawback to Nordle, is that it gives you red eyes, and the munchies. It has a medium power level, making it perfect to take as a morning smoke as it won’t abandon you on the sofa while you spend the rest of the day wondering how you got there in the first place. It regularly shows up with tints of purple on the leaves, and light and dull green covering the buds.