||Oaxacan Gold x Hawaiian Sativa|
|High||uplifting, cerebral, clear|
|Aroma||sweet, skunky, pungent
|Harvest time (outdoor)||September-October|
|Flowering time (indoor)||10-11 weeks
Mountain Gold features genetics from UV laden, clean highland air, rich forest soil of the mountains of Oaxaca to the plush volcanic tropical highlands of Hawaii. The unique Highland Oaxacan Gold was crossed with Hawaiian Sativa, a descendent and IBL of Kona Gold.This is an early, super pure Sativa bred for outdoor mega production. The strain is adapted to northern climates up to 42°N and finishes end of September to mid October.
The Oaxacan, after over four decades of adaptation and selection, again has proven to be an outstanding breeding tool to bringing down flowering time while locking in her unique cannabinoid profile insuring potency of the highest order. The Hawaiian Sativa brings in a touch of her own sweetness, while contributing Hawaiian's original awesome class of cerebral clarity. Not to mention buds as big as a man's arm!
- old school/landrace genetics
- suitable for outdoor-north
- high yield
- high cold resistance
- broad spectrum use
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I haven't planted yet, I've always had great results from Mandala seeds, looking forward to growing these outdoors at 6,240 feet.
These seeds are highly sought after and hard to get at the moment but Mandala Seeds really came through. It is not easy getting seeds into the US but Mandala Seeds has delivered 4 out of 4 times! That’s impressive.
Grape pez/mentholated citrus with a nostalgic incense/wood/skunk back! From seed - underestimated insane hybrid vigor. After cloning - much more manageable. Hard single stemmed beauts with large airier sativa flowers are possible when flipped right after transplant. Amazing terpene and trichome production throughout the entire flower cycle that I can only describe as sugary in texture. Absolutely coats everything she touches. Great cold resistance as well!
Just getting started with this strain. Two seeds planted, two seeds up. Both look strong and are growing fast. I have been following another’s grower's MG journal and from what I seen, I’m impressed. I’ll update my review when finished.