Speed Queen

Prix régulier €38.00

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: Mandala Seeds

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Genetics
Himachal Pradesh, North India x P1/J3
Type mainly indica
Cultivation indoor/outdoor/greenhouse
THC 15-17%
High happy, expansive, functional, social, thought provoking, relaxing
Aroma tangerine, citrus, minty, skunky, spicy
Harvest time (outdoor) September-mid October (north)
Flowering time (indoor) 55+ days
Yield dry (organic) 350+ gr/m2; 850+ gr. per plant outdoor in the ground
Plant height short

 

Description

Speed Queen is probably the ultimate low-maintenance strain, and is much appreciated by breeders seeking robust fast flowering genetics, outdoor or guerrilla growers, and cultivators looking for easy plant care. One of our top ‘Hard-2-Kill’ marijuana varieties! This short and vigorous Indica, with the "Surfer's High", was a favourite among Mandala growers for 10+ years. We received many requests for a sequel and are delighted to welcome Speed Queen back into our catalogue due to popular demand.

Speed Queen impresses from the very start of seedling growth. The plants quickly develop fleshy, broad leaves and a treelike main stem with ultra-thick reinforced internodes. They continue to grow squat and broad, easily fitting into grow spaces where shorter plants are required, and are perfect for incognito balcony and outdoor cultivation. Below ground root growth is equally impressive, ensuring fast efficient nutrient absorption. Speed Queen grows extremely well in organic soil with minimal intervention/maintenance. When provided with rich soil and sufficient container size the plants can practically be left to themselves. The 3.5-5L Air-Pots are excellent from start to finish for indoor; close planting is possible to grow single-cola plants. This is not your typical strain for LST or SCROG methods due to the low stretch. But you can prune the top shoot early if you prefer multi-branch plants. For this purpose, a week or more extra growth time, beyond the usual 4 weeks, with a 20/4 light cycle is recommended for soil cultivation (unless you want to keep the plants quite short).

Named after her quick flowering and early finish, Speed Queen quickly produces resinous clusters of buds from top to bottom. Flowering can initiate almost automatically when the plants have reached a sufficient size, which is why we call her 'semi-automatic'. Therefore, a light cycle of 20/4 during vegetative period is best if you are aiming for the full 4 week grow period. The grow tip also applies to cultivation under 'low light' (less than 400W/HPS per m2, or low wattage and non-professional LED lamps). 

If you need short plants for the balcony, greenhouse, or outdoor, start them later in the season. Seeds can be germinated up to end of May-1st week of June (northern hemisphere). Alternatively, if you begin early in the season the plants can reach maximum size. What size that will be is, of course, relative to all external conditions they encounter such as nutrients, environment, pests. Due to her fast flowering Speed Queen is difficult to regenerate once buds develop. Therefore, be mindful of correct timing if you move cuttings or young plants from a longer indoor light cycle to outdoor.

This almost indestructible strain is a great choice for guerrilla growing and windy areas. The plants are very storm proof due to the seemingly unbreakable stems and compact growth. Speed Queen’s toughness also shows in her heat & cold resistance and she is forgiving of plant care mistakes and recovers quickly. Outdoors in the north (46°N and higher) harvest time is generally until mid-October and plants can survive near freezing cold spells. In Mediterranean climates the harvest should be ready by end of September or earlier (northern hemisphere). For Australia it depends on when the seeds are planted, but a life cycle of 12+ weeks from germination is standard.

In breeding projects Speed Queen can be used to to revitalise fatigued genetics, shorten plant height and flowering times, and enhance stress resistance.

Of noteworthy mention is the medical potential of Speed Queen for chronic inflammatory diseases such as rheumatism/arthritis, sleep disorders, anxiety, depression, and loss of appetite. In at least two cases known to us Speed Queen relieved symptoms of fibromyalgia.

The aroma ranges from delicious tangerine and citrus to spicy-skunky with minty undertones. The cerebral effects are thought provoking yet calming. A very good smoke for stress and anxiety relief, winding down, happy feelings and enjoying recreational activities – which is why we like to call it the "Surfers High".

Top Features

  • short flowering time
  • medical-grade marijuana
  • 'Hard-2-Kill' plants/extremely vigorous
  • high heat/cold resistance
  • easy plant care
  • compact size

 

Medical Info

  • rheumatism/arthritis
  • anxiety
  • stress
  • sleep disorders
  • fibromyalgia
  • hyperactivity
  • lack of appetite
  • broad-spectrum use

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Customer Reviews

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Doc Browns Green Thumb (United States)
Sunny day in a flower

The title of this review is about the best way to put it. Warm sun on your skin, smile on your face. It doesn't "dumb" you down. You're simply very chill. Doesn't weight you down. You're just choosing to take your time. It's a beautiful high! Grow the whole pack to find the winner, it's worth it! As with all Mandala genetics, this one has its own special effect. These genetics are what "being high" should be.

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lj (United Kingdom)
Happy memories and something for the future..

Note that this is a review based on the previous version of SQ and I will update with this new iteration in time. Very small indoor grow space was used, roughly a .5 x 1.5 with approx 1.7m height. 250w cooltube (remember those?!) with active extraction and passive intakes. Ended up with 3 ladies that were all pretty similar, one was quite distinct with stockier growth and stubby branches and did not take so well to the LST as the others.
The compact growth was a real plus in a crowded small space and some branches and quite a few leaves were removed to accommodate all three. Beautiful bulky buds formed on the miniature shrubs despite their restricted roots in small 7.5l containers, they took my heavy handed feeding very well (please follow Mandala's guide though). Aroma and flavour are a distant memory now but as you'd expect there was one distinct winner out of the three. Everyone who sampled was struck by the great effects of the buds as it was very different to all the commercial stuff around... even got some folks who'd given up toking, sampling and singing it's praises. I can say that the breeder description is spot on as I remember this plant and I'm looking forward to being reunited with an old friend :)

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L. (United States)
Wishes do come true.

I had some Speed Queen growing outdoors in 2009 i think. I think I still have progression picks. They were knee high when I put them out. They have a thick stem and big sticky buds. In 24 days they went from knee high to 7 foot bushes. A hurricane came through the year after Katrina. The eye crossed Indiana with 75 mph winds. They held up and budded. When they finished looked like how trees that grow on windy slopes have all the limbs on one side. Every year I thought about Speed Queen. That was the same year Mike and Jasmin had some fem. Mandala #1 seeds. Ill be ordering soon.