Shark Attack Cannabis Strain Review
- Seed type: feminized
- climate: Temperate / Continental
- Size: Small plant
- Indoor flowering: 50 – 55 days
- Harvest Outdoor: Beginning of October
- Indoor Yield: about 600g / m²
- Outdoor Yield: from 450 to 1000 g / plant
- genotype: 70% Indica
Smoke Test and Grow Report
Shark Attack is small in stature but makes up for the size by having an impressive bite could take a chunk out of even the most experienced user. This variety, derived from the crosses of a Super Skunk and a White Widow, is transformed into a thick and compact looking Indica cannabis plant with a dense and stocky appearance.
The perfect plant for indoor growers or hobbyists. Its higher rate of THC makes it one of the favorite strains to relax. Do not let her size mislead you! This plant is a real monster-producer.
The aroma of Shark Attack is that of lemon and gives the feeling of a flowery air. One characteristic that has made Shark Attack a legendary variety is its high THC level, as well as its powerful Indica effect, which is otherwise incredibly physical.
Shark Attack may be an excellent choice for people with insomnia or anxiety, as its use provides physical as well as cerebral relaxation, causing a state of deep sleepiness.
Shark Attack is very easy to cultivate. Almost all growers, regardless of their experience and expertise, will be able to make the most of it. Shark Attack is not particularly demanding and isn’t too fussy about nutrients.
Its compact size makes it unnecessary to constantly monitor its growth but the use of a net or a trellis to support the weight of its buds during flowering might be needed. And it’s quite a feat if we remember its impressive yields: each plant can reach a production of 1 kg of heads outdoors. Another asset of Shark Attack is its fast flowering of 55 days.
His Achilles heel is his lack of resilience to moisture. The density of Shark Attack can make it a paradise for mold. Indica plants are native to hot dry regions such as Afghanistan.
Their thick, squat structure, with large leaves, is ready to make the most of the little water they receive. However, this attribute can turn into a weakness in other environments.
Therefore, at the end of the flowering phase, especially for outdoor growing in a humid climate, we must pay attention to the appearance of fungi such as botrytis.
For open-air cultivation, it is strongly recommended to harvest before the beginning of October in the northern hemisphere and in March in the southern hemisphere. But if there was heavy rainfall before that time, you have no choice but to watch it closely.shark attack