Northern Lights #5

hybrid
THC 11-13%
CBD <1%
aka CI #5 F1

Description

Northern Lights #5, also known as “CI #5 F1,” first appeared in the early 1990s as a strain of mysterious origins. It’s thought to be a descendent of an Afghani landrace indica, while other online sources believe it also has Thai sativa genetics in its family tree. The top reported aromas associated with Northern Lights #5 are sweet, pungent earth and a slight fruity citrus. Its flavors are more sweetly tropical with a subtle herbal musk. Northern Lights #5 is a multi-cup winner with too numerous awards to list here.

Northern Lights #5, also known as “CI #5 F1,” first appeared in the early 1990s as a strain of mysterious origins. It’s thought to be a descendent of an Afghani landrace indica, while other online sources believe it also has Thai sativa genetics in its family tree. The top reported aromas associated with Northern Lights #5 are sweet, pungent earth and a slight fruity citrus. Its flavors are more sweetly tropical with a subtle herbal musk. Northern Lights #5 is a multi-cup winner with too numerous awards to list here.

Top reported effects

  • Relaxed
  • Happy
  • Sleepy

Top reported flavors

  • Earthy
  • Spicy/Herbal
  • Pine

Grow information

Northern Lights #5 is considered a good strain for novice cultivators, growing well both indoors and outside. It prefers warmer climates, with slight Mediterranean-like humidity and plenty of light. The strain has a faster flowering time of six to eight weeks indoors or by late September. Northern Lights #5 is a decent yielder, producing up to 18 ounces of flower per plant in ideal conditions. Northern Lights #5 is available as seeds and clones.

Northern Lights #5 is considered a good strain for novice cultivators, growing well both indoors and outside. It prefers warmer climates, with slight Mediterranean-like humidity and plenty of light. The strain has a faster flowering time of six to eight weeks indoors or by late September. Northern Lights #5 is a decent yielder, producing up to 18 ounces of flower per plant in ideal conditions. Northern Lights #5 is available as seeds and clones.

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