Tosh valley sitting at the gates of the Parvati Valley, is at an elevation of 2400 Mtrs. Tosh is located at 32 degrees north and receives significantly lesser rainfall compared to Malana village or other surrounding valleys in Malana.
This domesticated cultivar can grow really tall up, to 14ft, with heavy lateral branching. Apart from finishing within 11-12 weeks (late October) and being a super fast vegger, it features one of the most beautifully balanced pine/lemon smell, mixed with indian spices flavours.
Tosh plants are similar to the highland hash plant varieties, with buds covered in small but copious amounts of trichomes.
It can grow upto 2-3 meters if not pruned and managed during vegetative growth, the flowering stretch continues for around 3 weeks after which stigma appears and bracts begin to swell up. Most of the population reeks of very tangy candy like limes and citrus smells with woody, pine and incense in the background.
Most of the plants show foxtailed bracts clusters growing outwards with a few having more of a tangible structure which resembles Malana heirloom expression. It will finish flowering in around end of October outdoors.
This strain is ideal for making extracts, as it produces a healthy amount of trichomes, with a flavour so exclusive to this valley.
|Tipo||FIRST GENERATION (P1) LANDRACE STRAIN|
|Sativa / Indica ratio||100 % sativa|
|Flowering indoors||12 weeks|
|Flowering outdoors||End of October / Early November|
|Resistance against spider mites||High|
|Resistance against powder mildew||High|
|Resistance against botrytis||High|
|Resistance against white fly||High|
|Resistance against cold||High|
|Resistance against heat||Average-Low|
|Genetics||First generation pure sativa landrace from Tosh Valley, Parvati, north India.|
|Structure||Classic north indian highland pure sativa structure.|
|Bouquet||It features one of the most beautifully balanced pine/lemon smell, mixed with indian spices flavours. Most of the population reeks of very tangy candy like limes and citrus smells with woody, pine and incense in the background.|
|High||Cerebral, meditative and calming effect.|
|Terpene profile||It has not yet been analyzed.|
|Growing Tips||Grows well in most environments, although it's eminently an outdoor strain for altitude climates, showing great resistance against cold, abrupt changes in temperature, rains, wind, mites and aphids.|