Taiga #2 ®
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Taiga #2 ®

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Taiga #2 builds on the success and reputation of our original Taiga AutoFem.  Taiga#2 still uses Dutch Passion Power Plant genetics in an AutoFem form.  She grows with very solid compact buds and creates a lot of resin, some growers claim that Taiga is Dutch Passion’s most potent AutoFem and she delivers a very powerful and long-lasting stone that is great for creativity and growers looking for a high quality experience with reliably good yields.

Taiga#2 grows a dominant main bloom surrounded by a ring of shorter, but equally solid colas.  She develops quickly and is an easy plant to care for; robust and satisfying to grow.  She normally stays below 100cm and numerous growers report crops of 100g+ per plant.  A very easy-growing and reliable AutoFem with a particularly good reputation for the strength of cannabis it produces.

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Customer feedback (3)

On 11-11-2012 at 20:25u Hairbear wrote:
Earlier this year I decided to have a go at a new project of growing my own.Having no idea about what was required,I popped his seed and instantly regreted it.Not because of any fault of the seed but because it was mid march and the weather was pants.Having no room inside I was left with no option other than out into my tiny greenhouse.I left it out there and at some points the temps dropped as low as 2degrees.YES 2 DEGREES!Expecting it to die or at best go hermie,as the weather improved it went from strength to strength.When it decided to flower(mid June)I waited with baited breath.A word of caution on this,this strain does smell quite strong so if its stealth your after beware.(My neighbour commented that some lowlife was growing weed!)After what seemed an eternity,it was finally ready.When smoked it was a good daytime smoke.Quite social and beautiful aroma.Although not the biggest yield I would surely grow it again it's well worth it!
 

On 09-11-2012 at 10:31u Loft-meister wrote:
wow, what a surprise this was. I grew Taiga over autumn 2012, It coped very well with high loft temperatures at the end of summer and it also coped well with cooler temperatures later. One word of caution, this really does stink. It is up there with White Widow in terms of penetrating aroma. In the same grow I also had Think Different and by comparison Think Different has a really mild smell until the last stages. Taiga yielded well. It was ready to chop down at 9 weeks but I let it go to 10 weeks for extra couchlock. It is a really smooth high, no initial paranoia at all. Maybe it has high CBD? But it was a strong smoke that lasts all night, very pleasant yet not at all weak. Smoke too much and you will want to lay down and sleep! The aroma and taste are complicated. Quite unlike other stuff I have smoked, it is a pleasant taste yet seems to have its own unique earthy flavours without the usual spicy, pine flavours I often get. it is really resinous and sticky. Very easy to grow and I would say easy for a beginner too. For me this is just as good as any traditional variety I have grown, just as strong. Yes, I am impressed with this one.
 

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