Satori is quite a short sativa with a solid yield and a special aroma that is difficult to define. Some sativa phenos smell of oranges, candy, hash and spices. Other sativa phenos are melon, menthol and grapefruit. A purple hued pheno has a nice berry perfume, with touches of pine, honey and incense. The most indica looking are more bitter, musky, herbal, with metallic and garlic aromas.
Satori smoke is clear, analytical, engaging and playful with spontaneous insights of comical or clever ideas. Compared to Beyond the Brain, Satori is slightly less clear, meditative, comfortable and warm, but much more creative. Satori is not a typical hybrid, its effect is unique.
I have been searching for this variety for YEARS! After hearing many reviews about the potential extreme effects of so phenotypes found from this gene pool, I became intrigued. Not long ago, I was finally able to get my hands on the infamous Satori! I was hoping for the 2x1 deal but I'm back to buy another pack anyway. Very excited to grow and preserve these.
Su 10 semi 8 presi. A due mesi dalla semina piante senza difetti , molto rigogliose, belle, alte 120 cm. Sono contento.
Planted 11 seeds and all popped using their recommended method of planting directly. The growth between them has been pretty uniform and typical sativa in structure. I chose four to grow on before putting them into 10L Airpot finals with coco/perlite.
They are fed to 1-1.2 ec with a base ec of 0.6 and acidified to 6-6.5 with acetic acid to avoid feeding more nutes. They don't seem very fussy and have tolerated temps of 16-18c pretty well, maintaining good turgor throughout... it was pretty cool part of the year when I started in March.
They are currently 750mm, having 15 nodes, with the bottom five branch sets removed for more cola-dominant plants . They are actually rather tall indoors for the vegging stage, but I'm testing the idea that vigorous bending and shaking a couple of times a day, simulating strong wind, will restrict stretch to, hopefully, max out at 150cm or so.The main stems are, as expected from this exercise, quite woody and rigid now, so hopefully I won't be fighting really tall plants at the end of stretch in about two weeks or so.
Odour is quite low at the moment but there is some interesting elements that I can't quite put my finger on that may develop later... spicy like cinnamon sometimes.
I will update when they are done.
Finally have the seed that is constantly sold out. Yahoo