Ladyburn 1974: a perfectly balanced hybrid
When Jack Herer got hybridized with Ice Dream in a dreamy tantric hybridization session, Ladyburn 1974 was conceived. This strain is perfectly balanced with 50% indica and 50% sativa genetics, ideal for growers wishing to experience the best of both worlds.
Jack Herer was a renown cannabis activist, who wrote the classic “The Emperor Wears No Clothes” book. After his death, breeders decided to honor his legacy by naming an exquisite sativa strain after him. Ladyburn 1974 harnessed the memory of Jack Herer to motivate cannabis warriors to persevere with their legalize-it endeavors. Let’s check out what Ladyburn 1974 is all about.
Ladyburn 1974 exudes earthy, peppery, and ammonia aromas. In terms of flavors, she can be considered as the opposite of tropically sweet strains, but what a delightful opposite she is. Old-school hash lovers will enjoy the flavors of this cultivar. Once the Ladyburn 1974 has been toked, the physically narcotic sensations hit quite fast. These sensations evolve into a more energetic and uplifting experience, which slowly creeps away. If someone wishes to relax before going to a party, this strain could do the trick. This cultivar is quite potent with 21.8% of THC, novice tokers should caution themselves before hitting Ladyburn 1974.
Ladyburn 1974 is great for ScrOG grow-ops. In comparison with the majority of strains, Ladyburn 1974 delivers bountiful yields which amount to approximately 800g/m2. Outdoor ganja gardeners can expect around 1000g/plant, after harvesting the plants during the beginning of October (in the northern hemisphere). The vegetation period spans between 3-4 weeks, while the flowering period amounts to about 9 weeks. The heights range between 1-2 meters, hence she’s considered a medium sized plant.