Moby Dick is very easy to grow but incredibly voracious. This means she rarely gives trouble because she’s not only sturdy but surprisingly resistant to moisture too. She requires lots of light and nutrients, though. Given her size and her quality, she’s to be provided with plenty of space and water. To get an idea of how big she could grow, only two indoor Moby Dick plants can fit in a space that is sufficiently large for four White Widow hybrids. So try to anticipate how much room this whale will need before switching to the flowering because, from that moment on, she’ll stretch like hell.
As a matter of fact, we recommend limiting the vegetative growth to three weeks only, unless you really want to obtain a monster plant. The advantage is that, regardless of her numerous branches and her heavy buds, this plant is strong enough to support the weight, so no stakes will be needed during the flowering.