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GENETICS Malawi x Tikal 4
DESCRIPTION The Malawi mother is the oldest and most poweful sativa clone that we keep
in our collection. Its incredible production of huge trichomes, its
flower density and its devastating power, which knocks down the hardest and
most nervous smoker, turns it into a cannabinoids bomb. After
pollinating this Malawi mother with our incensey Tikal 4 line we have
created Guawi, a vigorous, productive and powerful F1 sativa hybrid. The
Guatemala contributes with its strong branched structure, large flowers and
a shorter flowering time, improving as well the original African clone’s
flavour. Recommended to those breeders looking for a powerful and
highly productive sativa. Excellent mould resistance.
STRUCTURE Tall and branched sativa
BOUQUET At first, spicy and woody on the tongue spreading through the palate with
floral and orange tones. Deep background of resins and oils.
HIGH Very powerful, long-lasting and therapeutic effect. Strong, dense and
psychedelic high in the beginning, followed by a relaxing stage that leads
to a physical and mental hibernation.
Flowering indoors: 11-12 weeks Flowering outdoors: End of October/
Early November. Yield/m2: High Resistence against
spider mite: Medium Resistence against
Powdery Mildew: Medium Resistence against
botrytis: High Resistence against
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ACE Seeds is a group of breeders and cannabis lovers dedicated to the preservation and study of this wonderful plant.
Our planet is suffering a constant lost of genetic diversity and Cannabis is not an exception. It is our responsibility to save all these unique forms of life, and to maintain and preserve the biodiversity.
The pure landrace varieties, which are the origin of all the domesticated varieties, are a prime example of the amazing adaptation of cannabis to the different ecosystems of our planet, and the millenary and instensive relationships with human race.
The pure varieties are disappearing for many reasons, such as elimination of natural habitats, war, lost of ancestral cultures, genetic contamination, globalization and laws prohibiting research and use of this plant almost around the world.
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