Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Flavors of smooth fruit and haze are the staple of this bud. The effect was somewhat mild however, but lasted around an hour-and-a-half.
One of the few ruderalis-crossed strains, Polar Light is also one of the rare auto-feminized seeds. She’s also an auto-flowering plant, meaning that you won’t have to worry about sexing these ladies, or forcing flowering. From seed to finish, these rare ladies will be ready no later than week 10, and often at week 8. A cross of a mysterious ruderalis strain and Isis, she is able to be cultivated indoors as well as outdoors. In either environment, she will vegetate for just 2 ˝ weeks, before automatically going into her flowering phase. She prefers a 20/4 light/dark schedule indoors and isn’t picky about outdoors as long as the weather is fair. She’s also one of the few strains that you can do 2 or 3 crops of throughout the summer, due to her enticingly short life cycle. Polar Light finishes around 2 or 2 ˝ feet, typically yielding between 1 and 2 ounces per plant. However, as you might have expected, there is a catch.
While the buds tend to look excellent, the potency usually experienced is mediocre at best, while the duration of the high is relatively long. Most growers like to cultivate this weed in large gardens, due to the fact that they can get a lot of mid-grade bud very rapidly. Don’t count on this bud being in many dispensaries though, as it tends to be extremely rare, but not unheard of in clubs.