Highest THC Mandala Seeds Satori Back In Stock
Satori – Released by Mandala Seeds In 2006, is now back in stock! Satori is an exceptionally easy to grow sativa. She has shown impressive hardiness against spider mites and other pests, and she posseses a good measure of mold resistance. Her slim appearance makes it possible to plant in narrow rows, or in SOG, to maximize her typical record yields even more. The firm sideshoots provide highest quality cuttings. As with all our sativas she is heat resistant – an added bonus for small indoor environments and hot summer grows. The mainly sweet & fruity-spicy aroma is a real treat for the senses. Satori grows a long headbud with chunky flowers and does not require much feeding on soil; you can almost do without feeding provided you use quality soil and sufficient pot size (approx. 2 gallon pots for adult plants under 250-600W lamps). Keep EC levels low in hydroponics for best results.
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Beyond The Brain - This the definitive connoisseur cannabis seed for the discerning cultivator. If you have tasted your share of sativas and are searching for the purity that only exceptional genetics can offer then you will appreciate this strain. Let Beyond the Brain (BTB) open your doors of perception to new realms of awareness!
This is so far the only strain out of Mandala Seeds genetic repertoire where they are willing to break tradition and offer a “beta version” as a limited collector’s edition. Those who have never grown a Mandala strain may find BTB quite similar in terms of growth to what they usually see in their garden. But seasoned Mandala growers are used to expecting amazing vigour and generous, if not marvellous, yields from their strains – and rightly so! These outstanding traits have always featured high on their list of breeding goals along with other essentials such as potency.
Beyond the Brain, however, is a modest plant that discreetly hides her secret until the very end, when all her inherent power is revealed as a true consciousness expanding herb of incredible clarity and power. To preserve this undiluted, pure gateway to transcendental realms is Mandala Seeds main intention in the future development of BTB, as they hope to infuse it with more dynamic growth over the coming years of this ongoing project. In the meantime, Mandala Seeds would like to share this special high with you!
New Feminized Mandala Seeds On Sale Soon
White Magic – The DRC is one of the biggest producers of marijuana in Africa yet the genetics are rarely available outside of the country. With this easy to grow feminised hybrid from Mandala Seeds you can get a taste of this special equatorial Sativa. White Magic is a very versatile strain with high mold resistance. She can be cultivated in tropical to warm temperate environments up to 45°N. The plants withstand heat and have been stress-tested by Mandala Seeds for temperatures up to 48°C/118°F in a greenhouse. Cultivators in regions with a constant photoperiod or high humidity should especially consider growing this strain. The plants have relatively long internodes, which has to be taken into account when growing in containers or a greenhouse. Late planting and pruning is recommended if a moderate size is desired. Mandala Seeds recommend timing the planting season to allow for approx. one month vegetative growth. In a mediterranean or hot climate, plant height averages between 1,70 to 2,10 meters in containers, if they are planted in June (northern hemisphere) and left unpruned. White Magic responds well to LST (low stress training) and she is generally easy to grow. Trimming the bottom shoots further simplifies plant care and increases the strength of the upper branches. Profuse lateral branching needs to be supported or trained. This strain grows well in quality horticultural grade potting soil, but still requires additional feedings during flowering if grown in containers. Mandala Seeds recommends that sufficient nutrients should be provided over the full life cycle.
Purple Puro Valley – Purple Paro Valley was developed by Mandala Seeds from a landrace Sativa that originates from the Paro Valley in West Bhutan at an altitude of 2.500 meters. The feminised hybrid is only two generations removed from the wild habitat. In this region the landrace has adapted to the harsh Himalayan climate of extended dry spells, monsoon rain, and cold winters. Purple Paro Valley (PPV) is recommended for cultivation in northern climates up to 56°N, or where high humidity is a concern. With global warming making outdoor cultivation increasingly unpredictable this resilient landrace hybrid from Mandala Seeds can meet the challenge.
White Bhutanese – For the first time Bhutanese landrace genetics from this mysterious and remote Himalayan country can be savoured and explored! White Bhutanese originates from mother plants cultivated from first-rate wild seed stock. The mother plants are completely authentic and unmodified since the time when these seeds were collected in the natural habitat. Mandala Seeds White Bhutanese is only one generation removed from its Himalayan source!
To facilitate outdoor cultivation and offer a strain Mandala Seeds hybridized the mother plants with a carefully selected pollen donor. The major characteristics of the Bhutanese landrace have been preserved, whilst improving and standardizing the overall quality of the flowering buds. This particular Sativa is from Wangdi Province in Central Bhutan. It grows in semi tropical climate with cool winters at an altitude of 1.300-2.000 meters. Mandala Seeds White Bhutanese is a very versatile strain with high mold resistance. She can be cultivated in tropical to warm temperate environments up to 43°N. The plants withstand heat and have been stress-tested by Mandala Seeds for temperatures up to 48°C/118°F in a greenhouse. Cultivators in regions with a constant photoperiod or high humidity should especially consider growing this strain.
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