A Sativa that speaks for herself
Super Silver is one of those marijuana strains that right from the very beginning boast their Sativa genetics. One only has to look at her structure, her greediness and her yield to realize she is indeed a proud Sativa. At Dinafem Seeds we knew for sure this feminised seed would become a champ, a safe bet for worldwide growers who love sturdy and moisture-resistant Sativa strains. Her success resides in the convergence of Haze, Skunk and Northern Lights genetics, a gathering of top cannabis giants that our team of breeders managed to stabilize and masterfully backcross.
Super Silver turns into big and sculptural Sativa-looking marijuana plants with plenty of long and flexible branches, ample internodal spacing and many thin leaves. In fact, she grows so tall that her reaching heights of 4.5 m outdoors is actually rather likely.
Super Silver delivers generous crops of dense, resinous and elongated buds. In fact, she can provide up to 500 g/m2 indoors and some 400 g/plant outdoors. The crops are excellent in terms of quality and quantity: off-the-charts marijuana buds sought-after by Sativa connoisseurs.
Super Silver showcases clear and intense tastes and aromas of lemon, pine, cedarwood, incense and spices. She’s inherited the organoleptic qualities of her predecessors and she’s mixed them to create a rich and magical combination.
The effect of Super Silver is potent and long-lasting, very Sativa-like: cerebral, euphoric, invigorating and psychoactive. Without even noticing it, you are launched to an inspiring cosmos that helps you develop ingenious ideas and your imagination to an unprecedented extent. Incredible but true!
Super Silver welcomes any kind of attention. Given her extremely vigorous growth, she's best grown outdoors, where using guerrilla methods or doing so under the protection of the greenhouse is highly advisable. If it's not possible, the flowering phase must be induced after just two weeks of vegetative growth and remember that SCROG would be a great choice for indoor growing.
Another reason why she’s so adequate for outdoors is that, despite thriving in dry, sunny climates or in the greenhouse, she performs well in any kind of climate thanks to her resistance to moisture. Her flowering period is generally rather short but some phenotypes require more time. Indoors, she flowers in some 70-80 days and, outdoors, she's ready for harvest by late October/early November. We must take into account that this plant needs to be provided with a more intensive fertilization and an iron-, zinc-, magnesium- and nitrogen-rich diet.