Michka strain review (Sensi Seeds)
It’s always a pleasure to launch a new varied Dutch bank, and Michka, the French activist and author who have been advocating for legalizing marihuana for years and from all over the world, has named these marihuana plants. In her honor, Michka strain certainly deserves the distinction. Known for her spirit of liberation and adventure, she is the co-founder of Mama Editions Publishing house and is the author of a number of bestselling cannabis novels. Sensi Seeds is proud to treat her as a friend to sell her books and to dedicate to her this marvelous Sativa! It’s always a great honor to highlight a new Dutch bank. Many gratitude, compañera.
This plant has a long floral span, but the exquisite taste and fragrance of its bulky, resinous flowers will compensate for it. The best of all is its simple growth, you can plant this Sativa in the world of weed growing whatever your background is.
In the later flowering times, plants appear like solid, spiraling, limestone-green torches, their stalks invisible in dense flowers. The leaf-to-bud ratio is outstanding, making it easy to trim and the most esthetic and elegant colas in the stable of Sensi Seeds. Though sativas are known for light, flocky, popcorn-like buds, Michka® strain derives the flower clusters from the side of the Silver Pearl® of its breeding heritage. While it is known as a medium producing cannabis variety, the density of its colas makes it a nice surprise.
Indoor and outdoor plants can be planted but specifics have to be taken into account, indoor plants grow high, so it needs to be trimmed so that they do not spread too far. Indoor produce can yield up to 400 grams per square meter. While outdoor yields up to 500 grams per plant in 10-12 weeks’ time.
Also, with a LEC bulb of 315w, you can gather up to 400 grams/m2 of high-quality weeds if you cultivate nine plants in 11-liter containers.
Outside, she was really grateful, but the taste and consistency of her buds will captivate you while she has mediocre results. Their queues have a water bottle capacity of 1.5 liters.
Sativa-dominant cannabis is commonly used medicinally for:
- cerebral, energetic ‘high’ effect experienced in the mind as well as in the body
- treatment of nausea (for example caused by chemotherapy or HIV/AIDS medications)
- appetite stimulation
- migraine headaches
- chronic pain and similar symptoms