Purple Haze x Malawi Feminized
THE POWERFUL AFRICAN GENETICS BRING THE HAZE TO A NEW SUPER SATIVA DIMENSION
Purple Haze x Malawi is an old school F1 pure sativa hybrid, with strong Purple Haze dominance and improved vigour, yield, potency and the giant trichomes from our Malawi.
In order to create this spectacular sativa, our best Purple Haze was pollinated by the killer Malawi. The powerful african genes add a new dimension to the super sativa Haze concept, creating one of our most interesting ‘sativa Haze’ hybrids.
|Sativa / Indica ratio
|100 % sativa
|Resistance against spider mites
|Resistance against powder mildew
|Resistance against botrytis
|Resistance against white fly
|Resistance against cold
|Resistance against heat
|Purple Haze #23 x Malawi Killer.
|Tall and thin sativa, with strong lateral branching.
|Exotic aroma of blackberry liquour, red wine, spices, incense and wood, with citric touches. Oily and fermented background.
|Powerful, long lasting and stimulating effect of premium quality.
|It mainly contains the following monoterpenes: high amounts of beta myrcene (45 %) and alpha pinene (31 %), and smaller quantities of beta pinene, linalool, camphene, delta 3 carene, limonene, beta ocimene and traces of terpinene, ocimene, p-cymene, eucalyptol, terpinolene, isopulegol and geraniol. Sesquiterpenes: small amounts of beta caryophyllene, alpha humelene, nerolidol 1, nerolidol 2 and traces of guaiol, caryophyllene oxide and bisabolol.
|It can be grown indoors with strong light intensity and with enough space for its development. We recommend to switch her into flowering after 15 days from seed, or starting from clones rooted for at least 7 days. We recommend 11 (light)/13 (darkness) photoperiod for the flowering indoors, in order to boost the flowering, and to avoid reflowerings or excessive stretching in early flowering.
Very suitable for SCROG, horizontal or network growing due to its excellent yield in the lateral branches and its vigorous reaction to pruning.
Outdoors, it is especially suitable for outdoor cultivation in tropical or subtropical climates, although it can be cultivated with very good results in warm coastal climates of mild autumn (similar to the Mediterranean) up to latitudes close to 43.
We recommend low-moderate levels of nutrients for the whole cycle, especially of nitrogen.