|Genetics||Ethiopia x Malawi Killer
|High||clean, cerebral, uplifting, energetic, trippy
|Aroma||citrus, lemon, sandalwood, floral, woody, earthy
|Flowering time (indoor)||12-13 weeks
|Harvest time (outdoor)||November
This Sativa hybrid was specially created for lovers of potent, high yielding, pure African Sativa's, as well as for outdoor cultivation in tropical or subtropical climates.
Malawi and Ethiopian are high quality pure African Sativa's. Both are very vigorous and productive in themselves, but when combined they explode in vigour, production and potency, reaching previously unsuspected levels.
The growth of this hybrid tends slightly more to the Ethiopian side, being tall, slender and flexible, although with greater robustness, and less stretchy thanks to Malawi. Its flowers show the most desirable qualities of African Sativa's: very beautiful, long, thin and delicate Ethiopian pistils, in abundant, dense and very resinous floral structure. The high calyx-leaf ratio is inherited from the Malawi Killer phenotypes.
Being an eminently tropical Sativa hybrid, its flowering is moderate to long, although under the right conditions of strong light intensity and warm temperatures plants can yield huge crops. Ace Seeds recommends a 11-13 light cycle to boost flowering, and avoid reflowerings or excessive stretching. You can also reduce the light cycle to 10-14 from the second half of flowering. Highly recommended for SCROG, horizontal or network growing. Apply low/moderate levels of nutrients (especially of nitrogen) for the whole cycle, and slightly higher amounts of P-K during mid-flowering.
The effect is cerebral, energetic, and psychedelic at the same time. The buds have a sweet perfume of citrus and sandalwood aromas, with delicate floral and woody touches, slightly musky, with an earthy, dense and resinous background.
This is a limited edition and available while stocks last.
- rare landrace genetics
- clear, potent Sativa effect
- great vigour
- high heat resistance
- high mold resistance
- broad spectrum use