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Heaven's Fruit info:
For this breeding project we started with a selection of NY City Diesel from Soma Sacred Seeds, a plant with intense diesel scent. This plant was pollinated with our Tropimango male to improve both yield and structure, but without altering the organoleptic properties of NYCD.
Ideal for indoor grow rooms and also suitable for outdoor crops.
Heaven's Fruit is a compact plant with short, lush leaves. Her bright green color contrasts with the bright resin glands that cover her buds during the flowering stage. Her flowers are spectacular and very smelly, dense and compact.
This hybrid is very stable and uniform, suitable for the Sea of Green technique. We recommend using 25-30 plants per m2.
The overall quality will increase with temperatures below 18°C, although a slight decrease in yield may be observed. If temps are low, the leaves may darken at the end of bloom, acquiring amazing purple/black hues.
She looks like a Christmas tree when grown outdoors, elegant and beautiful. If temperatures drop below 15°C during the last weeks of flowering her leaves turn into a gorgeous purple color.
Her outstanding resistance to molds, pests and other diseases& makes it a ideal for any type of grower.
Taste and effects
As a result of the cross with Tropimango, the diesel flavor of NYCD is a bit milder in the offspring, with delicious sweet, fruity and earthy notes. This strain is an absolute must for Diesel lovers looking for more subtle nuances and complex flavor.
The initial rush of euphoria is followed by arelaxing feeling, which lasts several hours, an effect explained by the high content of THC,THCV and CBG found in most individuals.
Opinions and questions (10)
Great positive high follows by relaxing stone. Grow well with lots of worm casting. Keep changing pot size up. Do not be laze and grow into the final pot. Mix good soil once and keep top dress with more worm casting every month. Can not take over fertilizer.Quick to produce. No mold no bugs. Easy to grow in equatorial hot and humid. On final weeks, I used milk and molasses. Smell continues to develop during curing. Great smoke so recommended.
25-10-2019 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
That's right, it is a resistant strain and easy to grow.
We are very happy to have satisfied you. Please keep testing our genetics!
Thanks for your feedback and have a nice day
Are these regular or feminized seeds? How "high" is the thcv? thank you!
16-04-2019 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
The Heaven's Fruit is a photo-dependent feminized variety. The rates of cannabionoids are approximately: THC: 18% - THCV: High - CBG: Medium.
Soy principiante y me gustaría saber si esta especie se puede cultivar en interior y en qué tiempos?
29-08-2018 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
Heaven's Fruit se puede cultivar en interior sin ningún problema. En cuanto al tiempo, si te refieres a en qué época, en un cultivo interior no tiene importancia, ya que eres tu quien reproduce los cambios de estación variando el fotoperiodo de tus lámparas. Si te refieres a en cuanto tiempo está lista, es una planta de floración corta, unos 60 días. ¡Buenos humos!
Fairly new grower only have a about a half dozen harvests under my belt but have 20+ diff strains in them and this was easily top 3 the aroma and flavors can only be described by the name it was such an amazing smell of sweet fruits hints of different fruits hard to pinpoint specific ones sweet tho not citrusy an the aroma matched it was definitley pleasantly surprised im currently running a black bomb and about to start a K-13 thank you philosopher seeds for an amazing quality product i can tell clear as day the time an effort you all have put in making sure your stuff is top quality an not just pushing seeds I cant wait til i can get the funds for the golo line and auto line Thanks guy!s
13-06-2018 -> Philosopher Seeds says:
Hi Muffins! we're glad you like our strains
Please, send us pics of your plants at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks so much!!!
Shaun Gogan jr30-12-2017
Really good strain 4outta 5 strain
04-01-2018 -> Philosopher Seeds says: