Romulan

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Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
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Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Romulan (Next Generation Seed Company)
Genetics
Indica-dominant
Parents
Mexican
Korean Big Skunk
THC
High
CBD
Unknown
Smell & flavour
Earthy
Pine
Woody
Effect
Relaxed
Body-buzz
Sedative
Narcotic

Romulan: famous strain from British Columbia

Romulan is a renowned cannabis variety originating from BC, Canada. Legend has it that Canadian growers started breeding this strain in the 1950s, captivated by the hard-hitting, sedative stone it produces. While the exact roots of this strain aren’t clear, cannabis breeders suggest Romulan contains a mix of Korean, Columbian, Afghan, and Mexican genes. The taste and flavor of Romulan is described as fresh, earthy and pine.

Romulan will flower in roughly 8 weeks indoors. Outdoors, in the Northern hemisphere, you can expect it to be ready for the axe early to mid-October. It produces small to medium yields, but is super potent, producing strong sedative effects.

Grow your own Romulan

Grow difficulty
Medium
Flowering type
Photoperiod
Flowering time
8 weeks
Harvest time (outdoor)
October
Yield (indoor)
Medium
Yield (outdoor)
Medium
Height (indoor)
Short
Height (outdoor)
Short

Genetic lineage of Romulan

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  • Romulan
    • Afghani
      • Landrace from Afghanistan
    • Mexican
      • Landrace from Mexico
    • Colombian
      • Landrace from Colombia
    • Korean Big Skunk

Romulan genetics are present in the following strains:


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