Vigorous F1 hybrid between our famous Purple Haze #23 and the elite purple Pakistan Chitral Kush 2002.
The strong Haze expression of this hybrid is almost untouched by the Pakistani influence, allowing the grower to enjoy an almost intact Purple Haze experience, in feminized format, and that finishes one month earlier than our original Purple Haze.
The Pakistan Chitral Kush reinforces the intense purple and reddish colours and the forest fruits terpenes, also providing strong resistance against pests and cold, without adding any dirtiness or heaviness to the Haze sativa effect or sensitivity against botrytis, as occurs in Haze crosses with Afghanis.
80% of the plants turn purple and reddish outdoors with colder temperatures, with this colourful main phenotype also being the most interesting one in terms of terpenes.
A feminized limited edition, available while stock lasts.
F1 HYBRID 80 % SATIVA / 20 % INDICA FLOWERING INDOORS: 12-14 WEEKS FLOWERING OUTDOORS: NOVEMBER YIELD / M2: AVERAGE-HIGH RESISTANCE AGAINST SPIDER MITES: AVERAGE-HIGH RESISTANCE AGAINST MILDEW: HIGH RESISTANCE AGAINST BOTRYTIS: VERY HIGH RESISTANCE AGAINST WHITE FLY: HIGH RESISTANCE AGAINST COLD: HIGH RESISTANCE AGAINST HEAT: HIGH
STRUCTURE: Tall tropical sativa structure and thin leaves. Strong branching, moderate and manageable internode length.
BOUQUET: Incense, hashish, old wood, spices and forest fruits (blackberry and strawberry).
HIGH: Accelerated, euphoric and cerebral almost pure Haze effect without ceiling, where the Pakistani brings warmth, without adding dirtiness or heaviness.
It can be grown indoors with strong light intensity and with enough space for its development.
We recommend to switch her into flowering after 15 days from seed, or starting from clones rooted for at least 7 days.
Very suitable for SOG crops due to its great yield in the main cola, or for SCROG, horizontal or network growing due to its excellent yield in the lateral branches and its vigorous reaction to pruning.
Outdoors, it is especially suitable for outdoor cultivation in tropical or subtropical climates, although it can be cultivated with very good results in warm coastal climates of mild autumn (similar to the Mediterranean) up to latitudes close to 43º.
We recommend low-moderate levels of nutrients for the whole cycle.