Great White Shark is one of the most famous and cultivated Dutch varieties, a real beast that lives up to its name. It is a plant that is elegant, but has a lethal attack.
The great success of the introduction of White Widow in the mid-1990s led Greenhouse to develop a series of hybrids using some of the best strains from its extensive genetic collection, thus giving birth to the White Family.
Great White Shark is the result of combining Super Skunk and White Widow. The same year of its presentation, it already won two second prizes in the 1997 HighLife and High Times Cannabis Cup. And in 2005 he would touch the sky with a first prize in the Hight Times in the Hydro category.
It is also nowadays a variety very much used by banks such as Dinafem and its Shark Attack. The main difference is that our bulk Great White Shark is much cheaper.
How to grow Great White Shark
If there is one thing that characterizes both White Widow and Super Skunk, it is their resistance and ease of cultivation. Our Great White Shark inherits this trait that makes it so suitable for novice growers.
Its Indica dominance is reflected in its compact growth and typical Christmas tree structure. It has a large apical and many very productive satellite branches.
When germinated outdoors in early spring, plants can be expected to reach a height of 250 cm. The flowering period is short and it is harvested in early October.
Indoors it is the perfect variety for SOG cultivation from small cuttings, for its ease to concentrate the production in thick apicals. But it also accepts any other cultivation technique.
It is harvested quickly, in 8-9 weeks from the photoperiod change. Its smell in bloom is very intense due to the Skunk genes. If you don’t want problems, install a good anti-odor system.
Great White Shark Features
The buds of this feminized strain are mega-large, super compact and very sticky. Even the leaves and petioles near the flowers are covered with resin.
It has a delicious, old school aroma and flavor. The experienced grower will find some clear skunky touches. Beginners describe it as citrusy, herbal and musky.
The effects are potent and long lasting. A few puffs will be enough to fill the body with energy and the mind with happy and creative sensations.
Yields are very high and outdoors the plants that reach a larger size will produce up to one kilo each.
Indoors and with an LED panel of 300-350 W per m², the production will be close to 2 g/w. In other words, massive yields of around 650 grams per m².
What we like the most
- Very easy to grow.
- High production.
- Old school flavor.
- Energetic and creative effects.
What we like least
- Very fragrant in bloom.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have any questions related to the cultivation of this variety, below you can find the answers to the most common ones.
When does Great White Shark start flowering outdoors?
Flowering outdoors starts between late July and early August, depending on the latitude of the growing area.
When to cut an outdoor Great White Shark?
It is a fast flowering variety that is harvested in early October.
How to grow a feminized Great White Shark?
It is a very easy to grow and very resistant plant. It accepts all types of pruning and cultivation techniques to offer maximum yields.
What are the effects of Great White Shark in bulk?
The effects are energetic and creative, plus easy laughter.
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