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White Castle was produced with a White Widow female and an ICE male. The result is a relatively compact strain that has medium-size, fairly dense buds with a shocking amount of trichomes. These nugs put off pungent aromas of flowers and hash, with flavors of strawberries, hash and floral accents. When ingested through a vaporizer, however, the flavors may change to purely of strawberries, giving quite a treat to those who ingest these glorious buds.
White Castle should be vegetated indoors, no longer than five weeks, to avoid running into height restrictions. It’s not recommended for outdoor cultivation, as it does not deal particularly well with temperatures that fluctuate greatly. When grown indoors, growers are advised to maintain consistent temps, within 8 degrees Fahrenheit. These ladies will flower for 10 or 11 weeks, before being ready for harvest. They have a high calyx-to-leaf ratio, making harvesting relatively simple. Both soil and hydro cultivation have yielded excellent results with White Castle.