|Genetics||Erdbeer x Purpuera Ticinensis|
|High||relaxed, body stone|
|Aroma||coffee, strawberry, pine, earthy, hashy|
|Flowering time (indoor)||7-8 weeks
|Harvest time (outdoor)||August-September|
Erdpurt is an Afghani line developed in northern Europe, where it was selected for its quality, fast flowering and excellent adaptability against adverse conditions of northern climates such as rain, cold, and wind. Many Afghani strains are mold susceptible and difficult to grow in rainy areas, but Erdpurt can be cultivated up to 55°N and even withstands a few days of frost.
Erdpurt ripens so quickly it can be compared to ruderalis hybrids. Some plants may show autoflowering traits when grown below 45° latitude, especially if the root space is limited with small pots. To keep mother plants indoors maintain a light cycle of 20/4 and don't restrict the root space with small pots. To increase yield a long grow period of two or more months is recommended before you start flowering. Erdpurt grows as a single-cola plant but can be made to branch out through topping.
The buds are dense and resinous with coffee, earthy, piney and hashy aromas. In the later stages of flowering the plants can show a variety of beautiful autumn colours. Erdpurt has a relaxing stone of moderate strength and high medicinal value due to its high CBD content. The average ratio THC-CBD is 1:1. The CBD trait is easily passed on in breeding. Erdpurt is probably the most hardy CBD rich strain for outdoor cultivation in northern climates.
- CBD strain
- cold resistant
- high mold resistance
- early flowering
- robust strain for outdoor - north
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This is a long worked seed variety for outdoor that gives very predictable results. At 50 north it reaches full maturity a little late to be called a truly early type but harvests made before bad autumn weather still provide a decent yield of flowers. Some experience with the slower and stocky growth of inbred indica does help; start them a bit earlier than usual to compensate for that and to encourage branching, then some light defoliating will help too.
These are tough plants that tolerate less than ideal conditions but you still need to watch for botrytis and wind damage. Two phenotypes show up, being the red/purple and green, where the green is rarer and usually more potent, you will get some cbd showing up in the highly coloured plants but I cannot personally verify just how much... They feel more thc dominant on the whole. Can be done under lights with skill but keeping mother plants needs experience.
A very useful addition to northern gardens that will repay some extra care despite being a tough contender, well worth a couple of packs to find a favorite.