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Mostly indica. Mold resistant. Medium flower to leaf ratio. Potent. Medium to large yield. Recommended for difficult areas (short season; cool spring & fall)
Potency: 3 out of 5.
Cutting height N/A*
Yield (/m.) N/A*
Plant Height 4'-8'
Yield (/plant) 200-300 g
Finish Mid-Late August
*Indoor growth of Niagara VE is not recommended.
Frost Resistance - Spring Very Good, Fall Good.
Already grew out Greenthumbs Niagara and X Shiva. Not "da bomb" I was led to believe. I have grown out way better Dutch varieties. Please remember that this is strictly my opinion I have read that other people have been very happy with what they grew! Different strokes for different folks.- Indica Queen
My Niagaras are starting to flower! They were planted outside a month ago when they were 3 weeks old. Man was I surprised When I went out to water them today and some of them had nuts ready to bust, I caught em' just in time. The others were just starting to show white hairs. I wasn?t expecting them to show sex for at least another month. My guess is that Niagara and Niagara x shiva auto-flower automatically at sixty days. - Robin
If this is true, it would stand to reason that Niagara is just a Ruderalis that has a little (recessive) amount of Sativa in it. I've grown Niagara X Shiva before and found it too wily to have indoors in a small area, but if I were to grow outdoors I'd consider it I think.