Early vegetative stages provide stout and hardy yet vigorous growth supported by broad, Indica-leaning fan leaves. Strong lateral branching makes for slower vertical growth, yet creates more even bud development in later flowering periods. Plants will stretch 30% on average when transitioning into the flowering cycle. Dense and compact purple bud sites maintain productivity into secondary and third layers of canopy, making for minimal manicuring into final flowering stages. Very climatically versatile for both humid and arid growing conditions. Highly resinous buds make for an amazing bag appeal. Incredibly complex and pungent terpene expressions displayed by strong spicy pepper, lemongrass, and sweet berry overtones, equally matched by sweet citrus, pinewood, and lavender undertones. Effects result in a powerful psychedelic head buzz followed by a stimulating body high. Great for end-of-day use, this variety redefines the essence of flavor for both the sophisticated connoisseur palate and the novice grower.
Compact and quick growth with broad fan leaves. Strong and aggressive secondary branching makes for even hormonal distribution, creating very homogeneous bud development. Higher metabolic demands require a slightly stronger feeding regime. Indoors, one layer of trellis is recommended to maximize flower production potential. Thinning fan leaves during week 3 and 6 of the flowering assists bud production in the secondary and third layers of the canopy. Light manicuring is recommended as bud sites are dense and compact, maintaining value all the way to the bottom of the stems. 6-9 plants per sq. meter depending on pot size and vegetative period will maximize the canopy space. Outdoor production requires more manicuring beneath top layers of canopy. Caging and double trellising are best to support larger bud sites. Thinning fan leaves through the season to avoid shallow light penetration allows for better bud production during the final stages.