Kryptonite (Sativa)


Strain Details


THC: 17% | CBN 0.6% | CBD 1.9%



50-65 days

23-62 inches (60-160 cm) height

500-600 grams per square metre (3.3 feet) @ 600 watts


50 / 100 gram per plant

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Uniquely engineered for fast growth using phenotypes from Grenada mountains crossed with high THC producing strains from other regions. Kryptonite is a very fast flowering Sativa that produces a lot of resin.

Aesthetically pleasing green buds. Long and thin. Compact and heavy.

Perfect for Sativa lovers that don’t want the wait!


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