|Tipo||P4 LANDRACE STRAIN|
|Sativa / Indica ratio||100 % sativa|
|CBD||Below 1 %|
|CBG||0.6 – 1 %|
|Flowering indoors||10-13 weeks|
|Flowering outdoors||End of October / Early November|
|Resistance against spider mites||Average|
|Resistance against powder mildew||Average-Low|
|Resistance against botrytis||Average-High|
|Resistance against white fly||Average-High|
|Resistance against cold||Average-High|
|Resistance against heat||High|
|Genetics||P4 landrace from Malawi, Central Africa. Old Malawi Killer x 3rd generation Malawis.|
|Structure||Sativa of medium node length and strong branching.|
|Bouquet||Strong, concentrated aroma of oil, wood and lemon. Some plants stand out for having more refined sweet carrot and ripe mandarine aromas.|
|High||Extraordinarily powerful, intense and psychedelic, with more than 4 hours of duration. Only recommended for hard and experienced users.|
|Terpene profile||It mainly contains the following monoterpenes: very high amounts of beta myrcene, moderate quantities of limonene and very small amounts of beta pinene. Sesquiterpenes: mainly beta caryophyllene (¾ parts), followed by moderate quantities of alfa humelene and small amounts of alpha bisabolol.|
|Growing Tips||Although this sativa shows all its potential in tropical/subtropical climates, it has been grown with very good results in latitudes up to 43º.
Indoors for growing small columnar plants or SOG, you should start from the clone or seed at 12/12 just a few days after the rooting.
This sativa is highly recommended for SCROG, horizontal or network growing due to its excellent production of lateral branches and its vigorous reaction to pruning.
Genetic analyses performed at Phylos laboratories show that this strain has an extremely rare and unique genotype, of moderate genetic variability, only showing direct kinship with other genetic samples from the same Malawi family. One of the best pure sativas available to develop extremely powerful, resinous and high yielding hybrids.
We recommend moderate PK levels for the whole cycle, and slightly lower of nitrogen.