“Mountain Hashplant F1” Regular Cannabis Seeds
Mountain Hashplant F1 Regular by Annibale Genetics is simply a formidable quality of Marijuana! Developing a medium height, the genetic characteristics tend to be of a perfect 50% / 50% hybrid.
One of the cannabis strains most recommended by the Annibale Seedshop team for those looking for a delicate weed taste, with XXL yields and a really well balanced High / Stone effect!
Additional information on Mountain Hashplant F1 Regular
50% Indica / 50% Sativa
Hashplant # 4 x Mountain Temple
The Taste of the fantastic variety of Marijuana Mountain Hashplant F1 by Annibale Genetics brings with it completely unique genetic characteristics!
Intense taste of sweet lemon and gas with earthy undertones, very close to an authentic OG Kush or Chemdog. It is then accompanied by delicate floral touches and vanilla, an incense typical of pure Haze, with hints of citric acidity and Kush as a complex aftertaste.
Highly recommended by the Annibale Seedshop team!
Her high is predominantly Sativa, starting with a strong cerebral high from the very first hits. In fact, the desire to interact or bring out one’s creativity makes this variety ideal for the day. After a while, the effect of this cannabis strain is felt heavily on the body, leaving consumers relaxed and happy.
Despite being a mostly Sativa strain, its cultivation is simple compared to this type of cannabis plant. In fact, with the right environmental condition and adequate nourishment, it will be enough to administer an intense light to the regular Hashplant by Annibale Genetics to see it develop branches with very close internodes, a particular Indica that it carries behind.
Our Hashplant has a strong resistance to pests and molds, which is perfect for its use in Guerrilla crops.
- Indoors, her flowering time is around 9-11 weeks, depending on the phenotype
- In Outdoor, Mountain Hashplant could be ready between the first and second half of October.
- Cannabis variety suitable for indoor, outdoor, high altitude, guerrilla and greenhouse cultivation