Chinese Yunnan is an exotic plant, a possible connection between the classical indicas and the South East Asian sativas.
It shows features of both sides of the cannabis spectrum. On one hand, it grows strong and compact with beautiful wide leaves and the hash plant look. Its flowers ripen quickly with a high resin production and sweet creamy scents. On the other hand, it shows some Asian sativa features which can be appreciated in the beginning of its effect and in certain incensey and woody aromas.
With all our efforts and care, we offer this rarity to the growers’ community even though it has barely been introduced into modern breeding. We hope that you will preserve this special landrace line and use it for your breeding projects.
P3 LANDRACE STRAIN 80 % INDICA / 20 % SATIVA FLOWERING INDOORS: 8-9 WEEKS FLOWERING OUTDOORS: END OF SEPTEMBER / EARLY OCTOBER YIELD / M2: AVERAGE – HIGH RESISTANCE AGAINST SPIDER MITES: AVERAGE RESISTANCE AGAINST MILDEW: AVERAGE RESISTANCE AGAINST BOTRYTIS: AVERAGE RESISTANCE AGAINST COLD: AVERAGE LATITUDE: 0-43º
GENETICS: 80 % indica / 20 % sativa. Mostly indica coming from Yunnan, a southern chinese province bordering Burma. 3rd generation landrace. FLOWERING: 8-9 weeks. End of September / Early October. STRUCTURE: Strong structure with short internode lenght. Indoors with a short vegetative time, it produces columnar plants with big main bud. Outdoors and with longer vegetative time, it develops into a branchy structure similar to a bowl. YIELD/M2: Average-High BOUQUET: Dense, sweet and sour, creamy indica, with woody and incensey hints of Asian sativa. HIGH: Happy and visual initially. Warm, relaxing and pleasant in its final phase. Some plants can show moderate levels of CBD.
China Yunnan adapts very well to indoor grows with artificial light. In order to obtain the best indoor results, we recommend warm temperatures (of around 25ºC) during the growing phase and the first 4 weeks of flowering. In the last month, reduce the temperature to 20ªC during the rest of the flowering stage.
Outdoors, we recommend warm and dry climates for best performance. Excellent landrace indica to cross with sativas, because it easily produces high yielding hybrids, of short flowering and interesting asian aromas. Very nice results when it is outcrossed with indicas too.
We recommend average-high fertilizer levels during the growing stage, and higher in the flowering. Keep the Nitrogen levels high in the first month of flowering. Avoid the use of flowering stimulators.
Mostly indica coming from Yunnan, a southern Chinese province bordering Burma. 3rd generation landrace.