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Shit Regular Seeds

Contrary to what the name may suggest, Shit is an exceptional strain, developed from a set of classic genes. It is a blend of Skunk and Afghani and is a strain that, since it's creation, has one a multitude of awards.

Reportedly, it is a pleasantly uncomplicated plant to grow, with excellent resilience against mould and other pests.

It can be grown both indoors and outdoors and it has been said that, especially when grown in a greenhouse, the finished plant can develop a powerful combination of smell, taste and effect. It is a true classic that should have a place in every collection.

Shit, like many of Mr Nice's seeds, is a regular seed. A regular seed produces a crop of roughly half male and half female plants. While some growers would have no need or want for the male plants, if just growing the same strain, for others they can be quite necessary.

It is the pollen from the male plants that allows fertilisation to occur, so a grower would need to choose mother and father plants which showed the phenotypes matching their own preferences for the new crop.

They would then make sure that only these could breed in order to pass these traits along, leaving those not wanted behind.

This ability to create a crop tailored to the growers ideals is what makes a regular seed very much preferable, for some growers, to the more user-friendly alternatives.

A grower could expect this strain to yield between 550 and 650 grams per square meter in indoor conditions and 500 grams per plant outdoors. Shit has a flowering period of between 6-7 weeks and it would be harvested between September and early October in the Northern Hemisphere.

The Southern Hemisphere would by late March to early April.

Skunk #1
Skunk / Afghani


Skunk #1
CBD Content:
Family of Breed:
Skunk#1 (Dom. Afghan) x Skunk#1
Flowering time:
9 weeks
Skunk / Afghani
Greenhouse, Grows indoors
THC Content:
Mostly Sativa
Seed type:
Regular Seeds
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