|Genetics||Nepalese Kathmandu x Kali Mist '95|
|High||uplifting, happy, clear|
|Aroma||incense, hash, woody, fruity, strawberry
|Flowering time (indoor)||10-12 weeks
|Harvest time (outdoor)||end of October-November|
Nepal Mist is one of the first Ace Seeds crosses (predating even our most classic strains) that has never before been offered for sale. It's finally coming to light in 2021 after being recently reproduced to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the seed bank.
The Nepalese Sativa used in this cross had an enormous impact on us, its delicate and exotic strawberry and incensey aromas and its clean and spiritual effect inspired us to deepen our interest for landrace strains, cementing the beginnings and work philosophy of ACE Seeds.
Nepal Mist is a Sativa hybrid with a strong Nepalese personality, which produces tall, flexible and elegant Sativa's, with long internodes and lanky branching, very resistant against cold and rains, maturing with a beautiful and intense purple-pink pigmentation when blooming at low temperatures. Kali Mist increases yield and potency, and enhances the exotic incense aromas.
Nepal Annapurna can be grown indoors with enough space for its development. Switch her into flowering after 15 days from seed, or start from clones rooted for at least 7 days. Very suitable for SCROG, horizontal or network growing due to its excellent yield in the lateral branches and its vigorous reaction to pruning. Outdoor it can be grown up to 45ºN, both in hot climates and where the flowering takes place with rain and low temperatures. Excellent resistance against botrytis, rain, wind, cold and strong thermal contrasts. Ace Seeds recommends low-moderate levels of nutrients for the growth stage, and moderate P-K levels during mid-flowering.
Its elegant, kind and clean Sativa psychoactivity, alongside its terpenes reminiscent of Nepalese hashish and incense, will enchant lovers of Himalayan Sativa's.
- enjoyable Sativa effect
- landrace genetics
- old school
- high mold resistance
- high cold resistance
- broad spectrum use