Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: When I first saw this bud at the dispensary I knew I had to have it. Huge buds of extremely fragrant and pungent danky smell. The effect is powerful and feels slightly more than 50% indica.
Ladyburn 1974 was not named for the year in which she was bred, but rather after a fine whiskey favored by the breeder. This hybrid strain offers buds that are large, chunky and completely frosted with trichromes.
If you’re a beginning grower looking for a high-yielding, extremely potent, deliciously flavorful strain that flowers in just 9 to 10 weeks and is a 50/50 hybrid, then Ladyburn 1974 is probably just the strain for you. This lady will do very well indoors as well as outside or in a greenhouse, and only requires about 2 to 3 weeks of vegetation.
The flavor from the Jack Herer parentage definitely shows through with a danky, peppery flavor that lingers on your taste buds for a while. Eighths of this strain will typically run around $50 to $60 at most clubs. What are your waiting for, go grab some now.
Greetz from Holland,