Using White Russian’s regular or feminized seeds, expect a medium- or average-size cannabis plant. However, because she is an evenly split Sativa/Indica hybrid, some phenotypes may stretch more. She sprouts vibrant green, slightly loose flowers with burnt orange pistils and abundant trichomes.
White Russian thrives in any medium. Most concentrate makers and terp hunters cultivate in high-quality soil like super soil and living soil to enhance the plant’s resin quality. On the other hand, a well-managed hydroponic system results in vigorous growth and bud production.
When growing indoors, invest in good grow lights. Full-spectrum LED and UVB lights are both gaining popularity in the cannabis cultivation scene. The former can be used from the vegetative to the flowering phase, while the latter may increase trich output.
Regulating temperature and humidity are also crucial in indoor cannabis growing. The marijuana plant must be kept cozy and comfortable in more or less 78°F (26°C) when the lights are on and around 70°F (21°C) during the dark cycle. Pair the right temperature with an RH level between 40 and 50%. In a home with favorable conditions, this weed produces 360 grams per square meter and is in full-bloom after 9 to 10 weeks.
Alternatively, you can earn up to 480 grams from a single White Russian grown in an optimal outdoor garden. Cultivating her in the northern hemisphere puts her at her prime by October.