Do you want to learn how to grow White Widow? If so, then we have tons of positive vibes heading your way. First off, congratulations on your excellent choice.
White Widow has turned into a legendary strain for some good reasons, and these are not solely limited to the plethora of recreational and medical benefits for the consumers.
White Widow strain is a blessing for beginner and experienced growers alike as it combines a relatively short flowering stage with decent resilience towards various pests and diseases. And nonetheless, White Widow promises fantastic yields.
But in order to lay your hands on top-shelf quality buds upon harvesting, you need to know how to treat your White Widow ladies right.
Let’s jump down to the in-depth guide on growing White Widow that we have compiled with a mind to all our fellow marijuana growers out there.
White Widow: How a Legend was Born
From rap songs and reviews to Weeds TV Series, White Widow has become one of the most famous strains out there.
And indeed, cannabis connoisseurs simply can’t help but comment, share, and look forward to getting more of this truly spectacular cannabis variety.
But how did White Widow ever appear on the global stage of cannabis before it gradually turned into a legendary strain?
It all started in one of the homelands of marijuana cultivation – Holland, in the glorious 90s.
The very beginning of the story revolves around a marijuana breeder named Ingemar. Ingemar discovered an amazing strain known as Arnhem’s Wonder.
Arnhem’s Wonder had already won several cannabis cups by the time when Ingemar started selling Arnhem’s Wonder clones in his famous coffee shop in Holland.
It was then that a breeder named Arjan bought a male and a female clone from Ingemar’s coffee shop. Soon afterward, White Widow was born.
However, there is yet another version regarding the creation of White Widow strain.
The second story of White Widow’s creation revolves around the breeder Arjan and his fellow breeder Shantibaba.
The two cannabis breeding experts are said to have used a Brazilian Sativa landrace strain Manga Rose, along with a South Indian Keralan hybrid that Shantibaba himself brought upon returning from a journey to India.
Crossing Manga Rose and the South Indian Keralan hybrid gave birth to White Widow strain.
While both of these stories are still embraced in mystery, there is no doubt that once released, White Widow quickly won the love and attention of some of the most respected cannabis aficionados.
The year was 1995, and White Widow got the 1st place in the early High Times Cannabis Cup Awards (White Widow’s victory officially celebrated the 8th Cannabis Cup, the earliest one dating back to 1988, and won by Skunk #1).
White Widow Strain Review: Growth Patterns and Most Common Effects upon Consumption
Before you get down to growing White Widow (and, in fact, any other strain that you may consider adding to your indoor or outdoor marijuana garden), you want to get familiar with the basic growth patterns, as well as the most common effects that you can expect upon consumption.
Doing so will help you make the most well-informed choice when picking suitable strains to cultivate depending on your experience and expectations.
When it comes to marijuana growing, everything is intertwined. For instance, whether you choose an Indica or a Sativa dominant hybrid is not merely a matter of personal preferences but also a matter of understanding the strain’s demands and needs better.
White Widow at a Glance
Type: Balanced Hybrid – 60% Indica – 40% Sativa
THC/CBD Content: White Widow ranks among some of the most potent strains out there. With this in mind, THC levels typically vary from 15% to 25%.
The better you take care of your White Widow marijuana plants, the higher the THC content that you can achieve. Furthermore, working with White Widow seeds or clones that possesses nothing less but excellent, top-quality genetics is a HUGE factor that affects the active cannabinoids content to a very big extent.
CBD levels have reached up to 1.56% in some lab tests, starting from a minimum of 0.30%. While these percentages may seem rather low, strains that feature anything above 1.0% CBD are considered to possess CBD levels that are well above the average.
Interestingly, White Widow shows a high content of yet another active cannabinoid which is still less studied than CBD and THC – CBN (Cannabigerol). CBN levels can reach 4.50%, adding to White Widow’s healing and therapeutic benefits as active cannabinoids and terpenes found in cannabis plants are shown to work together in synergy.
Flowering Stage: 8 – 9 weeks. However, do keep in mind that you may want to add another extra week of late flowering to bring out the maximum potency and beauty out of this strain, and in particular to enjoy the notorious sugar-coated buds that appear “snow white” in color, making this strain live up true to its name. Outdoor growers need to make sure that the climate in their region will be favorable to grow White Widow as it will be ready to harvest by the end of October.
Expected Yields: Indoor White Widow growers can get up to 18 ounces of yield per square meter or about six ounces (180 grams) of buds per single plant. Outdoor White Widow growers can yield approximately 21 ounces per square meter.
Growing Environment: White Widow is often labeled as one of the easiest strains to grow that are suitable for beginners. While this is partially true due to the fact that White Widow strain is one of the less pretentious and rather resilient cannabis varieties, there are some important factors that can prove White Widow’s ease of growing might be over exaggerated.
White Widow is much easier to cultivate indoors where you have full control over the growing environment.
Outdoor growers can enjoy great success with White Widow strain, too, but it is crucial to make sure the climate you live in will be beneficial for your growing mission. White Widow plants are picky about the climate, and they thrive in temperature and humidity rates that are similar to the Mediterranean climate, plenty of sunlight without abrupt changes that can stress out your outdoor grown White Widow goddesses at the peak of flowering.
But keeping in mind the excellent resilience of this strain when it comes to tolerating both higher, as well as cooler temperatures, you need to be most concerned about supplying it with plenty of adequate sunlight. Abundant light should be your top priority whether you are an indoor or an outdoor grower.
Secondly, White Widow responds excellently to greenhouse growing operations.
Growing Medium: White Widow strain can be successfully grown in both soil, as well as hydroponics. However, it is hydroponic setups that can truly exceed your expectations upon harvesting.
That’s because growing White Widow hydroponically provides the perfect dosage of essential nutrients (White Widow strain is a heavy feeder, and it requires some extra nutes to nurture the hungry buds). Plus, White Widow is susceptible to root rot which can be better controlled when growing this strain hydroponically.
But for growers who are concerned about organic cannabis cultivation, traditional soil growing can work beautifully, as long as you make sure you take proper care of the nutrient and feeding schedule of your White Widow beauties (you’ll find more on that note below).
Most Common Effects Associated with Consuming White Widow Strain
One of the reasons why White Widow has managed to keep up its high status on the global stage of cannabis for nearly three decades now is that it offers fantastically well-balanced effects upon consumption.
Often referred to as a “one-hit wonder,” White Widow is a fast-acting strain that doesn’t take long to take a full grip on both the mind and the body. The potent effects of the high can last for hours.
The rapid cerebral high is typically followed by waves of euphoria that can be felt from head to toe. As the high develops, the later onset is associated with bringing out the munchies while you are still gravitating in a hazy and relaxed state of mind.
White Widow may not be the best choice for daytime use if you have any tasks that demand to focus. But apart from that, it can be a good strain for socializing or spending time with friends, as well as on your own, simply depending on your mood. Creativity and laughter can kick in, too.
When it comes to the medical benefits of White Widow, it can be a wonderful remedy for treating stress, depression, anxiety, nausea, PTSD, ADD/ADHD.
White Widow can provide effective pain management when it comes to back pain, sciatica, muscle pain, muscle spasms, neck pain, as well as neuropathic pain such as in the cases of fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, and peripheral neuropathy. It can also work beautifully for relieving muscle tension. To illustrate better the high medicinal value of White Widow, we took a scoop of 1200 users’ reviews that rated the strain 8.6 out of 10 possible points in total for its medical benefits.
Smoking White Widow comes with a smooth, gentle feeling upon exhaling, as well as inhaling, and it is not associated with inducing rough coughing. A tender sweetness combined with distinct earthy undertones and hints of spices, wildflowers, and oak wood ends up lingering on the palate.
The more experienced marijuana users may prefer vaporizing White Widow as this method is regarded as the most powerful for those who want to enjoy the remarkable potency of the strain.
Apart from causing a feeling of dryness in the mouth (known as the cottonmouth effect), White Widow’s potency can also lead to dryness in the eye zone. These minor issues can be quickly handled as long as you keep yourself well-hydrated and/or opt for mild-acting eye drops.
Beginner marijuana users and those who have low prudence to marijuana treatment should start with controlled, small dosages in order to avoid possible negative effects such as temporary headaches or paranoia.
Now that we’ve discussed the most common effects and basic growth patterns of this spectacular strain, let’s head straight to the detailed guidelines that will help you learn how to grow White Widow with best results upon harvesting.
Growing White Widow: Early Stages (from Seedlings to Vegetation)
You can either grow your White Widow cannabis from seeds or you can grow them from clones. In both cases, the better the quality of the genetics you deal with, the easier your marijuana growing journey will develop through all the different stages of your plants’ lifespan.
If you are growing White Widow strain from seeds, we highly recommend the paper towel method of germination.
Beginner growers can get more satisfying yields in terms of both quantity and quality if they choose to start small and grow no more than 5 plants in total. The more marijuana plants you grow, the easier it is to slip away and fail to cater to the needs of your green ladies when you are still lacking sufficient experience as a grower.
During the vegetative stage, give your White Widow plants 18 hours of light to help them develop healthy foliage consisting of strong stems and multiple robust fan leaves.
It is in the vegetative stage that you can benefit from high levels of humidity in your grow room. Your goal is to start with about 70% humidity in the seedling stage and gradually bring down the humidity levels without any abrupt spikes that can stress your plants to about 50% once the flowering begins.
Make sure to transfer your White Widow ladies to decently-sized pots depending on the growth stage.
If you keep your plants in smaller containers than needed, you can limit their size which can be beneficial in the case your indoor grow space is limited in size, too.
However, if maximized yields are your goal, then you want to give your marijuana plants’ root system enough space to grow and reach its full potential. As a result of the mighty, fully-developed root system, your plants will grow bigger, yielding more in return.
Some growers also limit the time their White Widow plants spend in vegetation.
You want to let them take a full month in vegetation before you get down to triggering flowering. The average time White Widows spend vegetating is two months. The less time spent in vegetation, the more compact the size of the plants but also the less the yields.
White Widow strain can grow up to 6 feet on an average but this size is typical for outdoor growing. When cultivated indoors, White Widow rarely exceeds 1 meter in height, and it is considered a strain of relatively medium height. The structure is rather bushy, though, and it doesn’t resemble the tall and lanky Sativa cannabis varieties structure.
Positioning your grow lights closer to the plants can be very beneficial during vegetation as more light will be able to reach down to the stems that need to be stimulated in order to become thick and stable. But do be careful not to burn the tips of your White Widow ladies, though.
Also, keep in mind that if you spray water over your indoor grows room to boost the humidity levels, you need to avoid getting any water in contact with the high tips of the plants. As water evaporates quickly, the tiny water drops in close contact with the grow lights can lead to burning the tips of your green ladies accidentally.
If you’re growing in soil, and not in hydroponics, do not make any compromise with the quality of the soil you choose.
Be careful not to use a heavy soil mix that is intended to be utilized during flowering as it can contain micronutrients and macronutrients that are too strong and/or incompatible with marijuana plants in vegetation. Instead, opt for a light potting mix that provides good drainage and balanced moisture retention rates.
Add extra Nitrogen as soon as your White Widow babies transition from seedlings to the first stages of vegetation.
There are plenty of readily-available nutrients that are high in Nitrogen but beware that most of the liquid fertilizers are actually tailored for hydroponic growing. With this in mind, you want to use as little as half the recommended dosage to avoid burning your plants.
If you’re planning an outdoor White Widow growing operation but you are concerned about the climate in the early months of summer in your region, it might be a great idea to start off with indoor growing and gradually harden off your White Widow green ladies until they are ready to be finally transplanted outdoors.
Acclimating indoor grown plants for being transferred for growing outdoors is a well-known method that isn’t limited to marijuana cultivation.
Training White Widow Marijuana Plants for Maximized Yields
White Widow responds very well to various training techniques that can help you get maximized yields while also optimizing the size of your grow space, as well as the power of your, grow lights.
Certainly, training marijuana plants is beneficial for both indoor and outdoor growers.
Plus, even if you are still a beginner, there are plenty of easy-to-apply training methods so don’t be afraid to give them a try.
In this section, we will cover the basics of the number one low-stress training technique for growing White Widow that is recommended by the very breeders of this notorious strain the SCROG (also known as The Screen of Green method).
The major benefit of opting for the SCROG method is that you can grow multiple colas under the grow lights instead of a single main cola.
As a rule of thumb, you want to give every single marijuana plant30 square centimeters of the screen. But do keep in mind that this is a very general recommendation since some marijuana strains like pure Sativas may need 40+ square centimeters of screen per plant due to their vigorous growth and stretch.
Simple nylon netting or chicken wire can make great screens for the purpose of scrogging your cannabis plants. Most importantly, screens should have holes of 5 centimeters (2 inches). By simply tucking the branches behind the screen, you will hold back the tops of your canopy, thus, maximizing light exposure.
You can use plastic ties or any suitable string to tie down the branches to the screen. Gradually, you will be able to navigate the branches to the empty sections of the screen.
One of the tricky parts of opting for the SCROG method when you are still a beginner grower is that you need to be extra careful when removing large fan leaves.
Trimming the leaves is quite effortless but if you remove too many of them, your cannabis plants may end up depleted of enough energy for budding. That’s because the large fan leaves are also known as sun leaves since they are a crucial part of the process of photosynthesis.
Apart from the SCROG method, White Widow strain can undergo any other form of training with great success which includes but is not limited to topping and mainlining (also known as manifolding).
Growing White Widow Flowering Stage
Whether you decide that your White Widow beauties are ready to enter flowering after one month of vegetation or after two months of vegetation is a highly intimate matter of choice.
Most noteworthy, once the flowering stage is just behind the corner, it’s time to switch to suitable grow lights for flowering marijuana plants.
Next, you need to switch from 18 hours of light to 12 hours of light vs. 12 hours of darkness.
One extra important tip regarding the 12 hours of light vs. 12 hours of darkness schedule which concerns both indoor and outdoor cannabis growers it is in the dark hours that your cannabis plants synthesize the sugars needed for budding.
So it is not the undisturbed 12 hours of light but the undisturbed 12 hours darkness that nurture the gorgeous buds-to-be. With this in mind, make sure no extra light penetrates your outdoor or indoor cannabis garden during the 12 hours of continuous darkness.
Humidity and Temperature Guide for Growing White Widow
White Widow is a beautiful example of a sun-and-warmth loving strain.
To illustrate this better, the majority of cannabis strains thrive in temperatures that do not exceed 70 – 80 degrees Fahrenheit (21 – 27 degrees Celsius). However, White Widow can flourish in temperatures of up to 90 degrees Fahrenheit (almost 33 degrees Celsius).
When introduced to such high temperatures, many strains may suffer but White Widow is still capable of absorbing light even better.
And while these “heat-proof” qualities are certainly intriguing, we do not recommend exposing your White Widow beauties to excess heat. Just keep the information we shared below in mind because it is an important reminder that can help you understand better the strain you’re dealing with.
For instance, outdoor growers may not need to be concerned about sheltering White Widow plants during the peak hours in the summer if the temps do not exceed 85 – 87 Fahrenheit (28 – 30 Celsius). Also, if you’re planning on growing your White Widow indoors with the use of the high heat emitting HID grow lights, then heat won’t be the biggest issue you’ll have to deal with.
Below, we’ve compiled the relative humidity and temperature rates guide for growing White Widow in a nutshell.
Relative Humidity: Start with 65% humidity during the first week of vegetation and gradually lower the humidity to 60% in the last stages of vegetation
Relative Temperature: 70 – 80 degrees Fahrenheit
Relative Humidity: Start with 60%-55% during the very first week of flowering and gradually lower with about 5% weekly until you reach 30% – 40% in the last weeks of flowering
Relative Temperature: 70 – 80 degrees Fahrenheit
Quick Tip: It is perfectly fine to expose your White Widow ladies to slightly lower nighttime temperatures ideally, 4 – 5 lower but up to 10 can be tolerable, too, as long as this doesn’t happen too often. Indoor marijuana plants tend to get more sensitive towards changes in the environment than plants that grow outdoors.
Do avoid exposing your plants to abrupt changes in nighttime vs. daytime temperature rates. A digital thermo-hygrometer will help you keep precise track of the temperature and humidity rates as it memorizes them and you can always check if everything runs smoothly or if you’ll need to adjust something in the growing environment. For instance, outdoor growers can opt for common heaters if the nighttime temps get too low.
Most guides regarding the best humidity and temperature rates for growing marijuana are called relative for a reason. These rates are only general recommendations that you can follow for best results.
But what truly matters is that you acknowledge the unique specifications of the particular strain you are growing based on the instructions provided by the retailers.
That’s one more reason you want to opt for seeds or clones from reputable retailers who will provide accurate information based on the carefully studied and evaluated genetics of each strain. So if you go for White Widow seeds that recommend keeping the humidity slightly lower or higher than the guidelines listed above – then go for it, bud buddies!
It is not the perfect step-by-step following of the humidity and temperature rates that matters the most for the well-being of your cannabis plants. Instead, it is the lack of sharp spikes in either humidity or temperature rates that help your green ladies flourish and stay out of stress that can stunt their development.
Late Flowering (Last 1-2 Weeks)
Relative Humidity: Keep it as low as possible (anything above 50% can be really damaging at that point; ideally, you should be striving for 30%).
Relative Temperature: You can gently lower the daytime temperature to about 70 – 75 Fahrenheit (21 – 24 Celsius) as this is the average autumn daytime temperature. Nighttime temperatures can get even lower – 65 – 70 Fahrenheit (18 – 21 Celsius).
By doing so, you can manipulate the resin production which is boosted by slightly stressing the plants (cooler temperatures will signalize your White Widow ladies that winter is near so they will produce more of the sticky resin in order to protect the juicy flowers).
Another cool and easy trick for boosting the resin production is to switch from 12 hours of light to only 8 hours of light during the last week or so of flowering. This will further put your White Widows in stress mode that will result in an increase of trichome production so that you can get those truly impressive sugar-coated, white buds dripping in resin.
Interestingly, when White Widow was developed in the 90s, the natural carbon dioxide levels in the air were, in fact, higher than nowadays (surprising but true; do mind that we are talking about natural levels!) But even though higher, the natural levels of carbon dioxide were also balanced out by natural absorption which don’t seem to be the case up-to-date. What this has to do with White Widow anyway?
Simply put, because of evolving in an era of naturally high Carbon Dioxide levels, White Widow can greatly benefit from an extra CO2 boost. If you introduce your White Widow garden to CO2 enrichment methods, this will significantly increase the plants’ ability to produce more of the sparkling trichomes because the plants will be able to synthesize sugars much more efficiently.
Also, if the CO2 levels are kept at 1500 ppm, you can increase the room temperature to about 95 Fahrenheit. Do keep in mind, though, that higher temperatures will require an excellent ventilation setup that can balance the hot air and provide reliable air circulation which is crucial for any strain, and especially during flowering.
White Widow & Pest Control
White Widow shows high resistance to an array of nasty intruders that may wish to munch on your crops, and in particular, spider mites.
However, that doesn’t mean your White Widow garden will be “immune” to pests. It simply means that, if caught on time, you have a great chance of eliminating the damage.
For outdoor growers, the number possible pests you may have to deal with is significantly larger as compared to growing White Widow indoors. Some of the tiny invaders you may face include caterpillars and whiteflies.
Apart from spider mites, common pests that can affect both indoor and outdoor growers also include aphids.
The two best ways to avoid pests’ attacks are regular monitoring and prevention. Prevention can truly take you a long way so do not underestimate the significance of dedicating several minutes each day to inspect your White Widow garden.
You can use a magnifying glass, a jeweler’s loop, or even a suitable app installed on your smartphone that will allow you to take a closer look at your White Widow plants. When checking for traces of pests, pay attention to the entire surface of the leaves. Also, always check out the soil closely, and if you notice any tiny flies or other invaders – act quickly and accordingly.
But what’s more, you can try out natural pests’ predators that can do a magnificent job in protecting your crops.
Do NOT use soil obtained from your outdoor garden for indoor growing as it stands a high chance of being contaminated with tiny invaders that are invisible to the naked eye. Also, if you need to bring your White Widow plants indoors after being grown outdoors for whatever reason, make sure you treat every single leaf with pyrethrum.
Beware of fungus, too. Fungus adores high temperatures, high humidity, and especially stagnant air a combination of these factors can quickly lead to fungus invasion.
But on the bright side, you can stay away from any fungus related issues as long as you keep the humidity and temperature levels under control. Most importantly, supply your White Widow ladies with a constant flow of fresh air.
Fortunately, there are numerous easy-to-use, readily-available fungicides on the market, and many of these do not contain any toxic chemicals. But there are also suitable homemade solutions you can prepare.
For instance, neem can make a quick and affordable natural anti-fungus solution.
Another suitable option is mixing 2 equal part of soap or dish detergent with water, and spray it over your White Widow ladies. Although this isn’t an all-natural solution, it does break down to non-toxic elements within a week or so after application so it won’t affect adversely the quality of your crops or the well-being of your cannabis.
Make sure you use any of these solutions when your grow lights are OFF or during hours of the day when the Sun is not at its peak.
White Widow Nutrient and Watering Schedule
Before you start feeding your White Widow green beauties with suitable flowering nutrients, it is highly recommendable that you first flush out the soil. Doing so will help to eliminate any traces of extra Nitrogen applied during vegetation, and it will also help to prepare your green ladies for the next stage in their development.
As a rule of thumb, all fertilizers contain a combination of the three basic nutrients needed for growing healthy, happy plants, namely Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), and Potassium (K). The labels of the different nutrients always contain a neatly listed ratio of the three essential nutrients (N-P-K).
For instance, a flowering stage fertilizer may indicate a 2-3-3 formula which stands for 2 parts of Nitrogen, 3 parts of Phosphorus, and 3 parts of Potassium, respectively 20% Nitrogen, 30% Phosphorus and 30% Potassium. The rest of the nutrient content might be further enriched with other essential elements such as Calcium, Magnesium, and Iron, among others.
Even though Sulfur, Magnesium, and Calcium are also important for the well-being of your green ladies, they will be already present in the soil if you have opted for a high-quality super soil mix. Other trace elements include Molybdenum, Boron, Zinc, Copper, and Manganese.
In any case, feeding cannabis plants with extra nutrients is just an additional step towards boosting yields; it is not mandatory, and it can be quite damaging if you use more than needed.
With this in mind, our best advice is that you stay humble with nutrients, even though White Widow does enjoy a good kick of extra nutes. Just start small and build your way up gradually, paying attention to the way your plants react to their nutrient feed schedule.
If you notice any abnormal reactions, flush out the soil and proceed with your research in order to find out the reason for the issues you’re dealing with.
Don’t forget to check out and adjust the pH levels of the soil if and whenever needed as imbalanced pH levels can block the absorption of the essential nutrients, no matter how carefully you feed your White Widows.
Using a pH meter is effortless. There are many precise pH meters available that are also inexpensive and easy to find so don’t miss out on getting equipped with one.
The vast majority of cannabis strains thrive best when the pH levels are kept on the lower side of the recommended rates for traditional soil growing – 6.0 to 7.0. White Widows adore soil pH of 6.5, and if you are able to strictly keep it that way – then go for it.
For growing White Widow hydroponically, though, do keep the pH levels at 6.0 for best results.
Apart from readily available nutrients, you can also use natural fertilizers that are rich in Calcium such as egg shells.
Banana peels can make a magnificent organic fertilizer, too, as they are rich in Potassium, Phosphorus, and Calcium. With this in mind, it is best to use banana peels fertilizer during the flowering stage of your White Widow ladies.
The watering schedule of marijuana plants is, unfortunately, often overlooked.
While in fact, it is one of the most important parts of the growing process. There is no golden, fit-them-all watering schedule as different growers will use different types of soil, containers, growing methods, etc.
A good rule of thumb is to make sure the upper layer of the soil feels only very slightly moist to the touch as you stick your finger inside and that’s a sure sign it’s time to get down to watering. At any cost, watering your White Widow plants every day is not a good idea, except in the case you are an outdoor grower dealing with soil that has very high drainage during the hottest weeks of the summer.
Typically, watering up to twice a week should do just fine. Most importantly, don’t fret White Widow is highly resistant to mechanical damage, and it is also capable of recovering quite quickly from underwatering or overwatering. After a few trials and errors on that note, you will start to understand the language of your White Widow plants at a single glance.
Make sure to use distilled, spring, or reversed osmosis water with a balanced pH, and don’t water your plants during the hottest hours. Doing so causes the water to evaporate way too quickly, and it also alters the humidity rates.
But what about growing autoflowering White Widow plants?
Growing autoflowering cannabis strains is often labeled as the easier alternative as opposed to growing regular cannabis varieties that require a fixed lighting schedule when cultivated indoors.
Indeed, autoflowers do not need the typical 12-12 fixed period of light vs. darkness to initiate flowering. They also tend to finish flowering rather quickly while possessing a relatively short, compact structure.
However, there are some very important things to keep in mind to make the most out of your White Widow autoflowers (and, in fact, out of any other autoflowering strains, as well). Because of this, we have compiled an explicit guide on growing autoflower marijuana plants where you can find all the precious bits of information to help you out.
How to Grow White Widow Summary
For anyone who is still feeling uncertain about growing White Widow, we have one friendly reminder it is often the case that new beginnings feel scary. But this doesn’t mean you should give up.
Plus, out of the abundance of marijuana strains, you can grow, White Widow can be a true blessing regardless of your level of experience. It is a highly resilient strain that finishes flowering relatively quick, responds well to training, and is eager to reward your efforts with those legendary, resin-dripped buds that are nothing less but mesmerizing.
Last but not least, if you keep our guide on how to grow White Widow handy, we know that you will be one step closer to enjoying maximized yields without any issues on the way. But even if there are some ups and downs isn’t this the most beautiful part of learning how to grow your very own green medication? At the end of the day, you will simply become a better grower, and that’s inevitable!