Product description

    Himachal Pradesh, India
    Low-Medium yield
    16 to 20 weeks Flowering time
    Smells of Anise, garlic, herbs, spices, haze

    Pure Sativa From The Himalayan Foothills

    The Kullu valley landrace is an elegant, slender and  vigorous Sativa with great resistance to mold. Its delicious spicy and herbal aromas combined with its soaring high more than offset its long flowering time. The slim willowy structure and the effects of  this landrace can remind Sativa enthusiasts of the old Haze.

    This spindly Sativa is full of vigor and will grow very tall unless growers know how to train her. For that reason, it is recommended to give these plants only 11 hours of light for 13 hours of darkness from the very beginning.

    The Kullu Landrace is a semi-wild variety that is extremely easy to clone. The cuttings usually root in less than a week. This crazy Sativa often grows side branches that are almost horizontal making it look like a vine.

    Although the internodal distance is very important during the long flowering stretch, the nodes quickly tighten up as soon as the plants start focusing on flower production. Growers who are up to the challenge will be rewarded with very unusual smelling wispy Sativa buds.  The aroma is very complex, it is a subtle blend of Anise, culinary herbs and spices, reminiscent of the best Indian dishes.

    Despite a medium THC level, the effects are surprisingly strong, stronger than many strains testing above 20%. The Kullu kicks in very quickly has a long-lasting effect. It is mostly a cerebral high which stimulates the mind.

    Our friend, a member of the Indian “Collector Collective Genes” collected the seeds (The first generation) directly at source.

    Last but not least, the Kullu Valley landrace could be interesting for breeder looking to create new vigorous, mold resistant strains with a unique terpene profile.

    Kullu Valley Reg 12 pk
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    Kullu Valley Reg 12 pk
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