Genetics: Thai Mango
Source: Preservation Exchange
Cultivated by: The Landrace Team
Elevation: from 0 to 1500 m.a.s.l.
Height: Up to 4 metres
Veg: 16 weeks
Flowering: 16-20 weeks
Taste: woody and fruity
Effects: powerful,energetic,psychoactive,lysergic,long lasting
Characteristics: great vigour, pests and fungi resistant
Grow type: outdoor, greenhouse, indoors
The Mango Thai from the Chiang Rai province, the northern most province forming the famous Golden Triangle with Myanmar and Laos are giant and vigorous sativa plants with fragrant and intense fruity and sweet aromas like ripe mangoes, pineapples, papaya and cape gooseberries (physalis peruviana). Some are spicy, acrid and peppery. High resistance to extreme heat and air currents, high resistance to pests and fungi. These are beautiful sativas that reach and exceed 3 meters reaching up to 4 meters in height very easily in optimal conditions. They like to grow outdoors and have enough space to develop optimally.
The leaves are giant and moderately thin, some have wide leaflets keeping the clean shape of a sativa. From its first stages of growth we have observed great vigour. The first serrated leaves are large and long, wide intermodal spaces. The Thai Mango are aromatic with robust. Thick and long petioles. Lleaves with 5, 7 and 9 leaflets.
We have observed 7 different phenotypes, all giant. The vegetative stage is of 16 weeks and the flowering stage goes from 16 to 20 weeks for the longest phenotypes. The harvest is medium-high, abundant, with large, swollen calyxes with pleasant intense sweet and fruity aromas of mango, ripe papaya, pineapple, cape gooseberry.
Some phenotypes of spicy aromas and pepper are also to be noted and found among these plants. There is an acidic phenotype too. The effect is powerful, energetic, psychoactive, long-lasting, lysergic. Fragrant, woody and fruity flavors on the palate.