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White Rhino

White Rhino is the femisied strain that is well-known for its medicinal properties. This variety is the result of the cross between Afghan, Brazilian and South Indian genetics. It is the mostly indica plant (80% indica).

The plant has a small size and a branchy, bushy structure in a shape of a round. The flowering finishes by the first week of October and yields reach to 1200 gr/plant outdoors the blooming takes 9 weeks, with a yield up to 900 gr/m2 indoors. The plant is suitable for SoG and SCRoG.

The smoke produces a sweet and fruity taste and long-lasting stoned and narcotic effect. The strain has a medical use against insomnia.

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Tips for growing White Rhino cannabis

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Strain overview: White Rhino is prized as a medicinal strain thanks to its heavy body high that helps wipe out aches and pains. It was developed by Green House Seeds, who crossed landrace strains from Afghanistan, Brazil, and South India. When grown properly, it will produce large yields of resinous, pine-scented buds.

Grow techniques: A hydroponic setup can result in a stronger, bushier shape with less spacing between the nodes than with outdoor growing. It’s perfect for an indoor SOG (sea of green) setup where space is limited.

Flowering time: 9 weeks

Yield: High

Grow difficulty: Moderate

Climate: Keep between 68-80 degrees Fahrenheit. White Rhino does best in a well-controlled environment with consistent day and nighttime temperatures.

Indoor/outdoor: Indoor growing produces the best yields, but White Rhino also grows well outdoors.

Feeding: Heavy feeding helps the plant develop its full bushy shape. Use nitrogen-focused nutrients white the plant is vegging.

Get information on growing the White Rhino cannabis strain, including harvest time, difficulty level, and ideal climate.