Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: The effect hits like a freight train, coming on fast and strong, creating an intensely psychoactive, cerebral effect that lasts well over an hour, before beginning a gradual comedown that can last an additional two hours. The comedown brings on body high effects, which cause slight drowsiness but do not subject most users to couch-lock.
Moby Dick is the product of an unknown Haze variety being bred to an unknown White Widow. Developed specifically for medical marijuana patients with severe ailments, Moby Dick is ideal for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, patients suffering from anorexia and those with the HIV/AIDS virus. Moby Dick also makes a fantastic recreational strain, with long-lasting, powerful effects. Those individuals who embark upon Moby Dick's glorious journey should ensure they have plenty of food and drink on hand, to counter the nearly insatiable munchies and thirst this strain generates. Dinafem's most famous creation, Moby Dick, is a true one-hitter-quitter, especially when ingested through a water filtration device or vaporizer. Flavors that accompany Moby Dick include pine and sandal wood for the sativa-dominant phenotype, while the indica-dominant pheno has flavors of sweet candy and subtle fruit. In Oregon dispensaries, where it can be found, Moby Dick is requiring a donation of $20 to $30 per eighth.
Not particularly suited to the novice cannabis gardener, Moby Dick will thrive under the experienced hands of a seasoned grower. These ladies are particular about their preferences, requiring a pH level below 6.5, in order to prevent the obstruction of iron uptake, which will cause a deficiency in this strain that can lead to decreased yields. Speaking of yield, when Moby Dick is cultivated outdoors, under ideal conditions, she has been noted to produce between 10 and 13 pounds of bud. It's due to this gargantuan yield for which she has been appropriately named. Herman Melville, himself, would not know what to do with such a beast. The indoor yields seen from Moby Dick can be quite heavy as well, although not nearly as much as outdoors. These ladies require a large amount of watts - many more so than a typical strain. The breeder recommends around 800 watts of light per square meter, in order for this strain to meet her true potential. They will not be subject to light-burn or heat issues with this amount of watts, so growers can feel comfortable doing so. Gardeners should also feed Moby Dick heavy amounts of nutrients, with E.C. levels ranging between 1.5 and 2.0. This seems quite high, but the breeder insists it is required for her to reach her full potential, with regards to yield. Due to the high level of nutrients they require, it is recommended to ensure Moby Dick is flushed at least three weeks, while adding molasses once during the flush. Dinafem has noted two main phenotypes of Moby Dick, with the most prevalent being a sativa-dominant of moderate to tall height, which occurs in roughly 65% of plants. The alternate phenotype is shorter and more indicative of an indica-dominant variety. Obviously, this pheno occurs in roughly 35% of plants. Overall, this is a true connoisseur strain and will become so, as long as it is cultivated under experienced hands that will ensure all her requirements are met.
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