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Azura Cannabis Seeds For Sale

Grow Azura Pot Seeds

This strain is one of the high yielding strains of 700 grams per plant and is for experienced growers and perfect for indoor and outdoor growing in greenhouses or outside.

Azura is the result of careful selecting and crossings for 3 years.  The hybrid of the powerful strain of the Light of Jah, crossed with a mother of an old berry genetics, grows to a weed of hard azure blue and shiny violet crystal buds. This is also where it got its name. The berry genetics make the smoke so sweet and fruity in taste and smell.

The strain is 40% Sativa and 60% Indica which grows to about 50 to 75 cm in height. The flowering period is within 9 to 11 weeks and the expected harvest time by the mid of September. This is considered to be one of the potent weed with the amazing THC level of 17 to 22 %.
This is a good strain for germinating the seeds as they will sprout nearly 100% using methods such as the paper towel.


Quantity : 10 seeds Flowering Period :9-11 weeks
Type : Mostly Indica Harvest :mid September
Climate : indoor/outdoor Stoned/High :Tutti Frutti High
Yield :700 grams/plant THC level :17% - 22%
Height : 50 - 75 cm Grow Difficulty : moderate

Azura Marijuana Seeds
Azura Marijuana Seeds

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Buying Azura Marijuana Seeds Online

If you like smoking pot to get you into a party mood, the Azura weed strain is the right weed for you. Azura weed seeds can be grown indoors as well as outdoors. When smoked, this marijuana strain gives off a tutti frutti flavor that is perfect for party especially when laser lights are involved. It has a high THC level of 17 % - 20% and can yield an average of 700 grams of weed with each female plant you will grow inside or outside.

Our online seed bank sells Azura marijuana seeds by the pack which contains 10 highly germinated marijuana seeds. We accept credit card payments and can ship your Azura pot seeds order within the day. We do international shipping to more than 50 countries including the US, Canada and Australia.