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    (WILLIAMS WONDER X BLOCKHEAD) X WONDER DIESEL

    https://www.seedbay.com/product/will...wonder-diesel/

    "This strain is a heavy resin producer with a number of phenos, ranging from medium to large in size. Heavy resin poduction, with a variety of terpenes depending on the pheno. Aromas from sweet, berry like to overpowering diesel, kerosene."

    Quantity Released: 250 Seeds - limited batch, 10 feminised seeds per pack. The pictured flower in the listing is @ 8 weeks, ready to harvest.

    Genetic Background: William's Wonder x Blockhead genetics, specifically 75% Blockhead 25% Williams Wonder, with a musky berry aroma, crossed with an old school Reservoir Seeds "Wonder Diesel" clone we have had since the mid 2000s.

    Production Method: Organic, colloidal silver for feminisation. **Disclaimer: 99.9% female flowers, some male flowers can be expressed during a flower cycle and should be removed for a seed free product**

    Growers Tips: Super easy to grow, the main things to be concerned about with this hybrid are temperatures, humidity and excessive nitrogen. Seedlings grow fairly easily and damping off isn't an issue unless you are in a really cold environment. This hybrid does not like excessive nitrogen and it's best to stick to manufacturer guidelines for grow cycle feeds indoors and go light on nitrogen rich fertiisers outdoors. As with most of our hybrids that use the Williams Wonder/Blockhead gene pool, tying, tipping and fimming is recommended for bushier plants. As this strain has a double dose of the William's Wonder genes (via Wonder Diesel) it tends to produce stockier, bushier plants with large colas. Most of the ​​​​​phenos are unaffected by mold although a few can be susceptible in extreme humidity. The most desirable phenos in this product tend to be the kerosene pheno and the heavy berry aroma pheno. The maximum flower time will be 63 days however most specimens will be ready to harvest by 56 days.
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