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Rainbow Melon

Top potency with a taste of the good old days.
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2
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24,00 €
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2 feminized seeds
12,00 € / seed
2 feminized seeds
12,00 € / seed
3 feminized seeds
12,00 € / seed
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11,00 € / seed
10 feminized seeds
9,90 € / seed
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  • Absolute power. Up to 30% THC.
  • Melon and Fruits. A smooth blend of melon and fruity terpenes. 
  • Rock-solid buds. Grape-shaped, super dense and beautiful flowers. 
  • Great for extractions. Delicious resin makes her a good choice for extractors.
  • Perfectly balanced. Provides the best from her parents.
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Tech Radar

Rainbow Melon
Climate Intended
Very Hot
Hot
Moderate
Cold
Very Cold
Genes
Sativa
Mostly Sativa
Hybrid
Mostly Indica
Indica
Smell
Very Strong
Strong
Moderate
No filter needed
High
Medium
Low

Tech Specs

Parameter Value
Taste Melon, Fruit Jelly, Sweet
THC 25 – 30 %
CBD < 1%
Harvest EU Indoor 500 – 600 gr/m2
Harvest US Indoor 1.6 – 2 oz/ft2
Harvest EU Outdoor Up to 1100gr/plant
Harvest US Outdoor Up to 39oz/plant
Size XL
Height 140 – 180 cm
Height US 55 – 70 inches
Flowering 8 – 9 weeks
Room Indoor/Outdoor
Gender Feminized
Genes Hybrid
Genetics Melon (Our keeper) x Rainbow Chip (Exotic Genetix)
Type Feminized

Description

Rainbow Melon comes from a cross between the Melon strain from our collection of keeper cuts and Rainbow Chip (selection from Exotic Genetix). In only 9 weeks of flowering you will have a medium-sized plant full of very dense and resinous buds. Her aroma kicks in with a loud, distinctive terpene profile of Rainbow Chip highlighted by the citrus-like notes of sweet melon. Upon smoking, her sugary flavor leaves an aftertaste reminiscent of Pixy Stix or Tang flavors from our childhood. For the outdoor setups, make sure to pay attention to the temperatures and other conditions like humidity as this strain performs much better in moderate climates. For indoor growers, we recommend to opt for LST techniques and avoid high stress training to get the most out of her growth potential.

Compare with similar strains

Rating
THC
Indoor
Outdoor
Size
Height
Flowering
Genes
(0)
25 – 30 %
500 – 600 gr/m2
Up to 1100gr/plant
XL
140 – 180 cm
8 – 9 weeks
Hybrid
(0)
25 – 30 %
500 – 650 gr/m2
Up to 1200gr/plant
XL
140 – 180 cm
9 weeks
Hybrid
(1)
25 – 30 %
500 – 600 gr/m2
Up to 1200gr/plant
XL
140 – 180 cm
9 – 10 weeks
Hybrid
(0)
25 – 30 %
550 – 700 gr/m2
Up to 1300gr/plant
XXL
150 – 200 cm
9 – 10 weeks
Hybrid

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Question:
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Can I use living soil?
Answer:
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Yes, you can utilize any type of fertilizer or substrate you prefer, as long as you use them properly you will have excellent results.
by Mondesir 3 April
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Do you have a special feeding chart for your feminized?
Answer:
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Thanks for asking. No, however, you can treat them just like any other feminized photoperiod strains in terms of feedings and growing conditions.
by Leap 3 April
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Will you make these available in autoflowering?
Answer:
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Thanks for your interest. No, these are one-time-release limited edition seed packs that won’t be released in autoflowering or FF version.
by Menezes 3 April
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What does hybrid mean?
Answer:
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Hello, that means that the strain contains both Sativa and Indica genetics in almost the same ratio.
by Dehler 3 April
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Does sensitive mean I can’t grow it outdoors?
Answer:
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Thanks for asking. No, you can definitely grow it outdoors as long as you provide proper growing conditions.
by Higinbotham 3 April