Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Delta 9 creeps up to its full effect over the course of 10 minutes after smoking. The high is lively, upbeat and productive, while still rendering most users highly stoned. A great wake-'n-bake or daytime smoke that won't keep you down.
Close your eyes. Picture a snow-covered winter wonderland. Green trees are barely visible through sheets of white, all over the place. That's what the buds from Delta 9 look like, except all the snow is layers upon layers of trichomes. This is some of the frostiest bud we've come across and we wouldn't be at all surprised to see it win a Cannabis Cup one day. A high-grade, top-shelf sativa variety that will suit the daytime medicinal needs of many cannabis patients.
When grown outdoors these ladies will be ready for harvest by the middle of November. With that said, they will much prefer a climate that doesn't get below 40 degrees through the middle of November. Delta 9 is a tough variety, but not when it comes to extreme cold. Indoors they will flower for 9 to 10 weeks and produce a moderate to sometimes heavy yield of 2 - 4 oz. per plant when grown in a 2-gallon container, in soil. Outdoor plants straight in the ground have been known to produce up to a half-pound per plant, while getting almost 7 feet tall. Whether these ladies are cultivated indoors or outdoors, they'll likely need support for the fat colas, during the later stages of flowering. If the colas don't receive support, they'll likely snap under their own weight. One of the only downsides to Delta 9 is that clones have shown to have a less than 50% success rate in rooting, with many growers. Other than that, Delta 9 is a winner that will please many a grower.