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Fast Freddy

(8 customer reviews)

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Fast Freddy Authentic Seeds – 10 Pack from The BCSC
Fast Freddy is our Northern Lights #5 crossed with Early Pearl producing an F-1 hybrid that is mostly Indica.  She has a strong, hashy flavor and a deep heavy stone.

Description

Fast Freddy

Buds are extremely resinous like the N.L.#5 but can be harvested outdoors because of the Early Pearl influence. A very mould resistant and easy to grow variety that works well indoors and out(mid Sept. finish) and yields well in a variety of growing conditions.

 

Flowering Time: 45-55 days
Height at maturity: 3-5 feet
Yield: up to 100 grams
Heritage Early Pearl x N.L.#5
(F-1 hybrid)
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Additional information

THC

High

THC Percentage

29.92%

CBD

Low

CBD Percentage

0.86%

Yield

Medium

Yield g/m2

280

Cloning Ease

Easy

Ease to Grow

Easy

Flowering Days

45-55 Days

Flowering Times

40-49 Days, 50-59 Days

Genetics

Mostly Indica

Height Indoors

Short

Height Outdoors

Short

Lineage

Early Pearl x N.L.#5 (F-1 hybrid)

Odour

Medium

Smell

Earthy

Smoke Flavor

Hashy

Smoke Taste

Sweet

Stone Time

3-4 Hours

Stoned Time Eaten

6-8 Hours

Type of Seeds

Regular (Male/Female)

8 reviews for Fast Freddy

  1. Synthesia Pete

    I bought a batch of the unfortunately named, Fast Freddie seed strain, almost twenty years ago from B.C. Seed Co. I grew it outdoors. Sometimes the strain showed strong Indica Northern Lights characteristics, others a distinctive sativa Early Pearl phenotype. It was a Northern Lights dominant male I pollinated with a Durban Sativa dominant Manitoba Poison female. The following season, I crossed a willowy, dominant sativa phenotype male – the result of the preceding years cross breeding
    program – with a female Early Pearl dominant Fast Freddie. The result is a very resiny, mold resistant short season outdoor variety which I’ve been in – breeding and back crossing now, for several generations. The strain’s now pretty well fixed between two distinct patterns. One – my favorite – produces a big, robust, rangy long branched heavy yielding plant, which exhibits pronounced Early Pearl Sativa characteristics. Long, dense, pungent buds. Smokes with a sweet, hash taste with just a hint of grape flavor. The other, seems to have isolated the South African Durban genetics found in the Manitoba Poison strain. The result; a short – females stand about three feet – heavily branched plant, that produces long, dense, lance shaped purple bract colas. Both finish outdoors in early October. Thank God, I bought the seed just prior to 911. I doubt I could have snuck ’em across the border otherwise, after!

  2. Bill Johnson

    I used to grow early misty. The BCSC makes a better version.

  3. Richard Kensington

    Fast and also fat. You can’t beat the yields in such a short amount of time.

  4. Nicholas Worclevski

    Finished for me in 42 days, 60% Amber trichome already, I was a couple days late to harvest. I got big yields and tastey nugs. I love this strain so much!

  5. Wilson

    It was a great weekend to harvest some fine herb in the forests in Ontario. She was already ripe last weekend, but I couldn’t go out at night, so they’re a bit more Amber in the trich’s than I wanted. But no biggie. Next year I’ll call in sick so I can do this like 5:30 am, and blend in with early am traffic, being out at 3 am on a Friday night driving around is just too high risk. Saw three cops on my 40 min drive , I’m just lucky none pulled me over, my trunk was skunky.

  6. Pierre Millard

    Fast finishing strain, very fast. Great for cold Quebec !!

  7. Luca Wagner

    Grows well and finished fast this year, before October here at the borders between Quebec and Ontario. I’m happy I can grow this strain outdoors in my area without losing it to frost.

    L.Wagner

  8. Llubby

    This strain does what they say. I’m growing outdoors on the outskirts of Montreal and I havested already in September, she finished flowering before the Frost. Better than average high, but I prefer their Purple Haze, I just can’t grow it outdoors here.

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