Genetics: Kanchanaburi Province – West Thailand
Source: Preservation Exchange
Cultivated by: The Landrace Team
Elevation: 1500 m.a.s.l.
Height: up to 3 metres or more
Veg: 16 weeks
Flowering: 14 to 18 weeks
Aromas: intense citrus,mandarin peels,lime,wood,tobacco
Effects: no ceiling, soaring, euphoric, bright, clean, very potent, long lasting
Characteristics: vigorous plants
Grow type: outdoor, greenhouses, indoors
Seeds coming directly from Thailand and labeled as “Kanchanaburi Pure Thai Sticks. Kanchanaburi is the largest of the western provinces of Thailand. The plants from the Kanchanaburi province are classic sativas with slender yet vigorous and resistant architecture. They are pure sativas with a powerful, psychoactive and long-lasting effect with a pleasant fruity citrus aroma that is very fragrant and long-lasting on the palate.
The plants from Kanchanaburi are classic sativas that can easily reach heights of up to 3 metres with innumerable pairs of branches and medium internodal spaces forming conical and irregular structures as well. The stems of these plants emanate citrus scents such as intense lime. They are velvety and hollow. Most of the leaves have 7 and 9 leaflets, very serrated and thin. When rubbed, the foliage also gives off intense citrus aromas. They show great vigour from a very young age and during all its cycles.
The vegetative stage goes from 12 weeks to 16 weeks, growing at a very fast speed. The flowering forms fox tails with an abundant harvest that develops around the main stem and the main branches, thus forming beautiful structure. The branches are full of flowers that emanate aromas of intense citrus such as limes and tangerine peels, wood and tobacco as well.
The effect is very powerful and long-lasting, soaring, euphoric, psychoactive but very clean and bright and without ceiling. Each puff makes you go higher and higher. The flavor on the palate is citrus and lasting for quite some time. These plants show 7 beautiful phenotypes all with a strong vigour. Some grow very symmetrical, others grow with irregular structures. They have been cultivated at 1500 meters above sea level, growing without diseases, pests or difficulties, showing their maximum quality.