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G13 X NL2 F1 – HYBRID – By The Seedbank Of Holland

April 30, 2022
G13 X NL2 F1 – HYBRID : By The Seedbank Of Holland (Bx4 F3 by Deep Rob)

Great strain originally by The Seed Bank of Holland, backcrossed 4 times, then taken to F3 which is what you are looking at now. This lovely lady was selected for our new Wolfman Collection, and pollenated with our F1 Wolfman male.

So the G13 NL2 hits fast and hard. Being bred towards the G13 you can expect heavy sedation and pain relief. The Wolfman adds some more zing to these two traits, but it still remains a heavy indica leaner.

One thing we loved about this girl was her aroma. She has some serious ‘meat’ terps going on. She reminded us of our ‘Sunday Best’ strain (G33 X Sawa). The Gelato 33 in that cross had a very meaty / Sunday roast thing going on too. So with that said if meat terps are your thing, anyone who orders ‘Mumbles’ from our website will get Sunday best for free. Talk about bringing home the bacon…

Look out for ‘Mumbles’ on our website (G13 NL2 X Wolfman) along with the rest of the Wolfman Collection.

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Puma, Zacatecas (Male) Mexican Landrace
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