Cinderella 99 doesn't need any introduction. It is a legendary cannabis variety developed by Brothers Grimm Seeds, which is probably the flagship strain of this seed company). Already available in Alchimiaweb's catalog of regular seeds!
The origins of C99 date back from 1996, when Mr. Soul found some seeds in a bag of Jack Herer buds purchased at Sensi Smile coffee shop during a trip to Amsterdam. After growing these bag seeds, he selected a very compact pheno with exotic fruits scent and amazing resin production, which was called Princess cut.
After three consecutive backcrosses, he achieved uniform and stable offspring, Cinderella 99, whose distribution was cancelled in 2002. In 2015, Mr. Soul started all over again and selected a male plant from the seeds used in the last backcross. The first step to bring C99 back was taken!
Cinderella 99 is a mostly Sativa plant which easily triples its size during the stretch period. It needs 55-65 days to fully ripe, and loves light and nutrients, especially some extra calcium according to Brothers Grimm.
Suitable for both the SOG and SCROG techniques, yields are average, although compensated by their excellent quality.
The fleshy and frosty buds have tropical fruits scent, simply delicious, while the effect is clear and cerebral, motivating and creative.
Brothers Grimm Seeds Cinderella 99 info:
Genetics: Princess x P94
Type: Regular seeds
Mostly Sativa hybrid
Indoor flowering: 55-65 days
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