The ethiopian is a pure tropical african sativa, of great value and interest for pure sativa lovers and for preservationists.
It produces a classic african tropical sativa phenotype: tall, vigorous, flexible, strongly branched plants with long node length.
Excellent resistance against moisture, molds, wind and heat.
The long flowering time is compensated by an excellent final yield (when is properly cultivated with strong light intensity and warm temperatures), and for its mental effect of great quality, highly appreciated by sativa lovers looking for the more active, sociable, kind and positive effects, always well focused, and without producing paranoia, mental or body heaviness.
Earthy and woody african sativa aromas, with floral, musky and fermented citrus touches.
Cannabinoid analyses recently performed on this pure Ethiopian have shown a significant THCV content of 2%.
|Tipo||LANDRACE STRAIN (P3)|
|Sativa / Indica ratio||100 % sativa|
|CBD||Below 0.05 %|
|Flowering indoors||13-14 weeks|
|Flowering outdoors||3rd week of November|
|Resistance against spider mites||Average-High|
|Resistance against powder mildew||High|
|Resistance against botrytis||Very high|
|Resistance against white fly||Average-High|
|Resistance against cold||Average-High|
|Resistance against heat||High|
|Genetics||3rd generation pure Ethiopian sativa.|
|Structure||Tropical sativa structure, strong, vigorous, of strong branching and long node length.|
|Bouquet||Earthy and woody african sativa aromas, with floral, musky and fermented citrus touches.|
|High||Classic african sativa effect: clean, mental, uplifting and positive, of moderate strength. It leaves you happy and light, with a big smile on the face. Without mental or body heaviness. Perfect for day time smoke and for activities.|
|Terpene profile||It mainly contains the following monoterpenes: high amounts of alpha pinene, followed by beta myrcene, trans ocimene and beta pinene in more moderate quantities, with variability in the presence of small amounts of limonene and terpinolene. Sesquiterpenes: mainly beta-caryophyllene, followed by alpha-humelene, with variability in the presence of small amounts of trans-nerolidol.|
|Growing Tips||It can be grown indoors with strong light intensity and with enough space for its development.
We recommend to switch her into flowering after 15 days from seed, or starting from clones rooted for at least 7 days. We recommend 11 (light)/13 (darkness) photoperiod for the flowering indoors, in order to boost the flowering, and to avoid reflowerings or excessive stretching in early flowering.
Very suitable for SOG crops due to its great yield in the main cola, or for SCROG, horizontal or network growing due to its excellent yield in the lateral branches and its vigorous reaction to pruning.
Outdoors, it is especially suitable for outdoor cultivation in tropical or subtropical climates, although it can be cultivated with very good results in warm coastal climates of mild autumn (similar to the Mediterranean) up to latitudes close to 40º.
We recommend soft NPK levels in the growing stage, increasing PK from 3rd week of flowering.
When Ethiopian is properly grown, the yield is very high, both indoors and outdoors.
Genetic analyses show that this Ethiopian has an uncommon genotype, of moderate genetic variability, only showing direct kinship with other genetic samples from the same ethiopian family and with a South African sativa.
This Ethiopian is an interesting sativa to develop sativa hybrids of huge vigor and yield, with clean and energetic effects. And to develop hybrids with the potential to have a significant THCV content.