Himalaya Gold (Feminised)

Nepalese x North Indian
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30%  SATIVA  -  70%  INDICA   

THC:  19,70%  CBD:  0,25%   CBN:  0,07%  

Nepalese x North Indian.

Very creative mild high with a balanced and long lasting body feeling.

Flowering Indoor
8 weeks, with a yield up to 850 gr/m.2.
Long internodes, long branches, best results when developed to full size.
Good for LST.

Flowering Outdoor
Ready by the end of September (North hemisphere) with a production up to 1350 gr/plant.
Tall, strong plant, needs support due to the extremely dense buds.
Ideal for mountain areas, resists well to cold.

Very creative mild high with a balanced and long lasting body feeling.
This exotic old-school strain is a beautiful representation of Nepalese and Northern Indian genetics. The Himalaya Gold, in fact, comes from a cross of these two landrace varieties.

This plant is different from the modern Cannabis strains, and any grower will recognize the structural characteristics of this plant, compared to other common strains.

The effect of this strain is really special: a clear mental high that will keep you active and productive, while your body will feel relaxed and uplifted. It’s known as a mild-strength strain.

Flavor-wise, this genetic is very spicy, acidic and herbal. Is reminiscent of the smell of mixed spices, like pepper, cloves and thyme. Very easy to smoke! The most expressed terpenes are α - & ß-Pinene and Myrcene.

In this genetic, it is easy to observe both characteristics of Indica and Sativa plants. While the vigor of this plant is similar to known Sativa genetics, the flowering time is very short. Moreover, this plant will produce big and numerous branches. Indoors, this plant can produce up to 500g/m2, with a flowering time of 7–8 weeks. It tend to be a big plant, so some training techniques, like LST or ScrOG, will help to maintain a smaller plant with higher production. When grown outdoors, this plant will be big and strong, with an average height of 160–190 cm and a production of 700–800g/plant. The flowers are big, with a lot of characteristic small-head trichomes and red/orange pistils.

We recommend this strain to anyone who wants to try something different and special!

Not yet introduced.