MYANMAR – CHIN

Genetics: Myanmar (Chin state)
Sourcing: private donor
Latitude: 23°N
Elevation: 1500 m.a.s.l
Regional harvest: December to February
Height: 3 metres
Vegetative: 12,14,16 weeks
Flowering: 12 to 14 weeks
Aromas: Mint,tangerine peels,earth,green tomatoes,acid,wood,Jesuit’s tea,creamy
Taste: mild woody
Effects: long-lasting, meditartiv and psychoactive,euphoric,joyful,laughing,energizing
Phenotypes: 5 (2 small and 3 tall)
Grow type: outdoors, greenhouse, indoors
Characteristics: Resistant to humidty,pests and extreme conditions.Spiky,resinous,airy buds. Some will display reddish hues

The plants of Myanmar from the Chin Province have peculiar structures and aromas, most of their phenotypes grow irregularly and very spiky with intense aromasl of green tomatoes, sour, acid, and some disgusting sweetness, their organoleptic characteristics make it unmistakable as well as their vigour.

These plants grow pretty wild and with irregular structures with scattered foliage in most of their phenotypes.Others are conical in shape, very slender, stylized and fine. The spikiest and most irregular phenotypes have usually 3 leaflets and some 5. The plants with conical structure and symmetrical in shape have 7 and 9 leaflets with large and narrow  leaves, wide internodal spaces, stems of a medium radius with a dull red color in some phenotypes.

There are two phenotypes that grow small with less leale as opposed to the bigger, more irregular and more symmetrical plants. Their structure is in the shape of a tower with some branches at the bottom but in general  a main tower with little foliage.

The Males of these plants from the Chin province in Myanmar reach heights of up to 3 metres and a half. The females reach heights of up to 280 centimetres in optimal conditions. The flowering of these beautiful plants is spiky with a medium high production in some phenotypes with hard-to-find aromas  and so accentuated,

In the shorter phenotypes the flowers are more resinous and abundant with a higher production than the one in the slender and tall ones; aromas of mint, earth, tangerine peels, sour, acid, wood. The smell that we found more recurrent is  the one of green tomato, a little disgusting. Loose airy flowers with beautiful tails full of calyxes. The resin gives off  very peculiar and unmistakable aromas. High resistance to humidity, pests and extreme conditions, whether hot or cold and extreme air currents.

These plants demand very little amount of nutrients, we have seen them planted in very dry clay soils with poor drainage quality and scarcity of nutrients in the soil itself and yet the plants are big and thrive.
Mild woody  flavor with a long-lasting meditative and  psychoactive effect, euphoric, joyful, laughing, intense and energizing. Recommended for breeding programs and collectors that preserve Asian sativas with unusual profiles and peculiarities that are gradually becoming harder to find.

With these beautiful  plants from Myanmar and all the other varieties  we offer as much genetic diversity as possible to make them available with a complete and very diverse open range to be explored for the purposes and tastes that each one needs. We do not limit the genetics to our tastes and only to some phenotypic expressions, on the contrary, we strive to have the greatest possible diversity because it is of great importance to have a genetics with a great diversity to explore as is the case for these plants since they provide us with a unique and interesting terpenic profile as well as  the vigour and strength that these plants show when growing which indicates that this is a line with great potential worth to be explored