Shark Attack is a strongly Indica-dominant, feminised cannabis strain born from a cross between the elite genetics of Super Skunk and White Widow. This wild creature yields massively, despite her small size, which is perfect for indoor growing as well as avoiding unwanted attention, outdoors. Her name is a giveaway when it comes to her effect – a quite vicious relaxation suitable for cannabis veterans. Although she grows easily and will be greatly appreciated by all.
1st prize -Indoor category - at Copa Cannabis Uruguay 2015
Shark Attack looks like a pure Indica: Short and compact, with many branches, little spacing between nodes and broad leaves. She develops a large main cola and numerous side branches that contribute to her very bushy appearance.
Huge yields in spite of her compact nature. Buds are big and dense, with orange hairs and a blanket of gooey, white trichomes that is perfect for resin extractions and concentrates.
Shark Attack is super tasty and her thick trichome layers gives off the intensely fresh scent of lemon and flowers.
High THC counts mean Shark Attack packs a powerful bite. Expect a super-intense physical relaxation, which offers great therapeutic value for relieving insomnia and anxiety.
Shark Attack grows very easily, making her suitable for rookies and experienced veterans alike. She yields massively and fast on a standard diet, and won’t need any staking, trellising or growth limitation, indoors. Being so pure Indica-looking, Shark Attack is perfect for growing in small spaces. However, her one major drawback is the potential for moisture-related issues like fungi. When grown outdoors, Shark Attack thrives best in dry, sunny climates. In other conditions, keep a close eye on her. You may need to harvest before wet weather arrives. Fortunately, her fast-flowering and high-yielding abilities go a long way towards cancelling out any potential moisture concerns.