Early Girl 5 Pack


If you’re looking for a companion to keep you up at any time, Early Girl Fem is your girl next door. The strain combines the beauty and power of Mexican Sativa, Afghani, and North Indian Indica. It contains 12-20% THC content, making users euphoric, happy, talkative, and relaxed. The strain is famous for relieving stress, depression, and pain. The strain is highly stable, which makes growing a no-brainer. This highly resistant plant has complex flavours that can make you go for another round. It blossoms very short and fast, producing enormous yields of buds. Grab this ultimate mate now.

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What are the Flavors and Effects of Early Girl Feminized Marijuana Strain?

Early Girl is pungent in smell and accompanied with sour, lemon fragrance. It is one of the best smelling strains that captivates more users. It has a delightfully sweet flavour with a tangy lemon hint and some pine and earthy treat.

The subtle effects come on slowly, unlike most strains. The high keep you clear-headed and uplifted while giving you genuine happiness. The mind-body buzzes are not overwhelming, but instead, it’s euphoric and relaxing. It does not make users sluggish unless consumed too much.

How to Grow Early Girl Feminized Marijuana Strain?

Early Girl Fem is quite resistant to molds and pests and easy to maintain, whether indoors or outside. Beginners can start with this forgiving strain and make a few mistakes during their journey. She does well in warmer or colder environments, rewarding growers with massive yields of all-star female buds.

The plant can grow between 105-200 cm depending on the type of setup. When reared in a grow room, the plant can produce 400-500 grams per square meter, especially when employing the SOG training technique. The quality of the harvest is never compromised, even when flowering starts in as early as 6-7 weeks. When outdoors, give this diva a home with more sunlight, and you can collect as many as 620 grams per plant. The harvest usually starts in the first few weeks of September.