|Genetics||South Africa x South Indian
|High||cerebral, uplifting, energizing, functional
|Aroma||fruity, sweet, earthy
|Flowering time (indoor)||8 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||October
|Yield (indoor)||450-550 gr/m2
The marijuana strain South Plant is a blend of South African Sativa varieties with the exotic touch of a South Indian strain. It grows with a large central cola filled with resinous clusters of buds, which guarantees a spectacular performance. The flowers reach a considerable volume making this a high yielder within quite a short flowering time. Humidity control is advised at the later stage of flowering. The plants grow quite tall if left unpruned and may require support, especially to keep the heavy head bud upright. This strain is suitable for Scrog, multi-branch, and LST training and some experience in growing Sativa's is useful.
The psychoactive effect of South Plant feminized seeds is powerful, and even more so if you harvest a bit early. The high is very stimulating, motivating and favours concentration. At a therapeutic level, its perfect to alleviate loss of appetite and depression.
Prior to decarboxylation South Plant cannabis is rich in THCA and CBGA, with combined levels of 15%. It's recommended for patients with glaucoma and suffering from fatigue. THCA and CBGA have no psychoactive effect. THCA needs to be converted into THC in order for you to get high. Decarboxylation is the process that actives the psychoactive compounds in the cannabis plant so that you feel high when you consume it. This is most commonly done with heating (200-245°F), such as during smoking/vaping/or baking your weed. If you're making topicals, have a low tolerance level, or are primarily looking for the benefits of these cannabinoids from your herb, a decarbing step is unnecessary. Of course, you can put aside a portion of your harvest for this purpose and another for smoking or baking edibles.
- landrace genetics
- F1 hybrid
- high yield
- THCA & CBGA rich
- broad spectrum use