If you love the typical Hazey aroma, if you're crazy about potent marijuana strains that border on psychedelia, and want incredibly heavy yields, give this killer whale a try. Because not for nothing is she a legend. This super-potent strain obtained the 2nd prize -Indoor Professional- at the Weedkend Cup, celebrated in Gijón in June 2017.
2nd prize -Indoor Professional category- at Copa Weedkend (Gijón, June 2017)
3rd prize -Outdoor category- at Copa Cannamex 2015
"Girl of the year 2010" at THC Valencia 2011
1st prize -Outdoor category- at Copa El Punto 2007
2nd prize -Indoor category- at Summer Cup 2010
2nd prize -Indoor category- at Nafar Cannabis Cup 2007
Best Sativa at SummerCup 2011 (The Canary islands)
1st prize -Indoor Sativa category- at Copa Bitox 2009
1st prize at Copa del Plata 2008
2nd prize at Copa de Ibiza 2008
3rd prize at the XI Copa Lanzarote 2010
Moby Dick is a Sativa-dominant hybrid, derived from the cross of a White Widow and a Haze, which takes on the shape of a Christmas tree. Her Sativa genes cause her to stretch a lot, both sideways and upwards. Not for nothing has this tall plant with ample internodes been named after the legendary whale. Her leaves don’t belong to one genotype in particular: they’re half-wide, half-thin. Let’s not forget her 60 % Sativa and 40 % Indica genotype. She’s a wide and elongated mid-sized/tall marijuana plant. But her most distinctive trait is undoubtedly her main cola, which fully lives up to her name. In fact, it’s worthy of admiration and respect.
The yield offered by Moby Dick is purely brutal. All her branches end up fully covered in huge, thick buds. As usual, the more light they receive, the bigger they’ll be. But the jewel in the crown is, without a doubt, her main cola. A long and wide bud that is sure to captivate all growers who get to meet her. As previously mentioned, this plant eats a lot, but her size and the amazing quality of her flowers far outweighs that nutrient- and light-rich diet.
Moby Dick has a very strong aroma. Those who have grown her describe it like “a pronounced aroma that mixes hints of lemon, species and incense with tones of Haze and cedar". When asking her creator, the legendary breeder King Kush, he says that her famous whale smells like “the pew of an old church”. We’re sure each grower finds very particular nuances in our whale but there’s one thing they all agree on: Moby Dick showcases a strong and piercing fragrance with intense Haze notes standing out.
Moby Dick and her effect… Some people have compared the sensation caused by this strain to the strike given by the legendary whale of Herman Melville with its tail. Her effect is a very strong and extremely psychoactive Sativa effect that borders on psychedelia. But it’s also narcotic. Consuming this strain with an empty fridge is a big mistake because she's sure to make you hungry like never before. On top of that, this hybrid showcases very high levels of THCV, a cannabinoid regarded as the race car of the active substances of cannabis. The latter makes the effect take over our organism a lot faster than when consuming marijuana strains with other cannabinoids as primary compounds. The sensations provoked by Moby Dick have psychedelic, narcotic and long-lasting nuances.
Moby Dick is very easy to grow but incredibly voracious. This means she rarely gives trouble because she's not only sturdy but surprisingly resistant to moisture too. She requires lots of light and nutrients, though. Given her size and her quality, she’s to be provided with plenty of space and water as well. To get an idea of how big she could grow, if you’re cultivating indoors, where you’d place four White Widow plants, only two Moby Dicks could fit. So try to anticipate how much space this whale will need before switching to the flowering because, from that moment on, she’ll stretch like hell.
As a matter of fact, we recommend limiting the vegetative growth to three weeks only, unless you really want to obtain a monster plant. The advantage is that, regardless of her numerous branches and her heavy buds, this plant can easily support the weight, so no stakes will be needed during the flowering.