Flowering Time No feminized seeds.
Bio Royal ancestors on this hybrid: Bubblegum clone original Sagarmatha's Blueberry and Aloha 98 Widow background for the Klingonberry; Fig Skunk Aloha 98 Widow and Cinderella 99 on the Fig Widow Queen side. We applied a sativa bias in our parent selection to breed out unwanted "blue" genetic traits and the results were sugar-berry potently euphoric. The Klingonberry name? A Swedish tester thought of Lingonberry jam at first toke (fruity & buttery) and a Trekkie familiar with the Romulan strain came up with "Klingonberry."Our aim was to breed out the undesirable traits of the "blue" genetics (difficult to grow brittle too many leaves poor calyx to leaf ratio tale-tell stink boring low power stone) while maintaining the hashy berry flavor and clear high of the very best Blueberries and Bubblegums. The addition of the Fig Widow Queen has contributed extra power and superb bud structure its crystal content reinforced by the cubed Aloha 98 Widow (pollen source for both NCGA's Blue Widow and Mota's Fig Widow).The Sugar Klingon is the result of painstakingly heavy selection out of dozens of potential Klingon mothers. It's built for quality of high ease of growth and yield. The reliable Midas touch of the Fig Widow Queen pollen source has made Klingon progeny an outstanding all-around plant very well suited to commercial operations seeking to cater to the "connoisseur" market.Phenotype: Its sheer vigor makes this plant extremely easy to grow taking care of itself under a variety of conditions reacting equally well to both high and low nutrient situations. Very well suited for screen of green setups. Small medium width glossy green leaves are borne sparsely concentrating all energy in producing thick colas that are silver with resin allowing for an extremely high calyx to leaf ratio that makes manicure almost unnecessary. The Sugar Klingon is an elegant Christmas tree shaped plant complete with snow covering a very grower friendly phenotype that markedly contrasts with the brittle finicky traits of most "berry" strains. Low odour when growing too.Buds: Bud formation is outstanding picking up volume and speed in the last two weeks of flowering with surprisingly thick resin-encrusted pistils that cure to a dark golden colour. Dense near solid buds are completely covered in shiny resin. Even the fan leaves have big portions of its surface covered with crystals excellent material for bubble hash. Top notch cosmetic appeal: very frosty hard nuggets with elegant thick golden pistils and berry aroma.Yield: The Klingon mother was the result of very heavy selection and yield was the deciding factor. Commercial growers can expect to yield an average of 2 oz per square foot (about 1 oz per gallon of soil). This high yielding ability is a direct result of its impressive calyx to leaf ratio buds form solid colas of exceptional girth that are silver with resin (another difference with the average "blue" strain that tends to be very leafy and brittle). An excellent choice for screen of green.Taste & Smell: The Sugar Klingon is a favorite for taste with a buttery sweet hashy berry flavor that has nice expansion in the lungs. Undescribable berry-fruity taste always smooth and creamy. A lip-smacking mellow smoke a consistent crowd pleaser.High: Very potent extremely euphoric high conducive to partying and socializing. A strong clear up always very active high that lasts for a good 4+ hours with very nice visuals and serious zoning. Full motivation never mentally debilitating. It is very cerebral no paranoia or couch lock exhilarating funny giggling perma-smile type of effect. Easy letdown no hang over. Remarkably very experienced smokers report their bodies build no tolerance for Klingon buds: it's not just very potent but it's reliably potent over long term use. Will come out as the all-around winner even against the most prominent "heavy hitters".