Greenhouse Seed Co. Train Wreck Feminised Seeds

Greenhouse Seed Co. Train Wreck Feminised Seeds

  • £28.00


Train Wreck is finally available in feminised seed form from Greenhouse! Formally a clone-only strain from California this is now available for the masses! Trainwreck is incredibly strong and long lasting with a stimulant effect presenting itself first before morphing into a very heavy stone that seems to last forever. Her yields aren't the biggest but she more than makes up for it with intense high and unique west-coast taste. There are a few phenotypes of this baby so height can vary but in general she needs quite a bit of space.

  • Feminized Train Wreck Seeds by Greenhouse Seed Co.
  • Type: 60% Indica  40% Sativa
  • Genetics: Legendary Arcata clone
  • Yield: Optimum indoor: 700 gr/m²
  • Indoor flowering time: 63 days / 9 weeks
  • Outdoor harvest time: October
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