The best reason for growing Great White Shark, quite apart from its excellent properties, is its astonishing yield. If grown well, you can get an insane 28 ounces from a single square meter when grown indoors, and a whopping 36 ounces from a single outdoor plant. That makes it a superb investment of your time, energy and money as the end result is a massive batch of weed that’ll last you right through the winter… or maybe just until next week, because it’s that good—but either way, it’s a lot!
The best way of growing Great White Shark is with hydroponics—but not everyone has access to such a sophisticated grow setup. Fear not, because Great White Shark still produces brilliant results whether grown indoors or outdoors, and it’s not a difficult plant to grow. It needs a warm and dry climate if grown outdoors. The environment shouldn’t be too humid, so if you’re growing indoors ensure moisture isn’t seeping inside. Great White Shark is very resistant to common molds and mildew, so you don’t have to worry too much about waking up one day to find your precious harvest has failed. It’s a short to medium-sized plant too, so it won’t take up excess space in your allotment or greenhouse.
It can be grown in about 9 to 10 weeks indoors, and if grown outdoors it should be ready to harvest in early October. In terms of feeding and nutrients, this strain will subsist on a standard feeding schedule and doesn’t need extra nutrients to make it sing, although of course they will aid the potency of the bud if you choose to add them. Its leaves are short and thick, so you can get away with only pruning this plant semi-regularly. All of these characteristics mean it’s a very simple plant to grow that produces a superb amount of weed. Great White Shark is an excellent choice for a novice grower dipping their toes into the world of cannabis growing.