Mimosa 00 Seeds
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Mimosa are feminized marijuana seeds created by the 00 Seeds bank with the intention of facilitating the cultivation of this prestigious American genetics. Its buds are very sticky due to the large number of shiny trichomes they display, the flavor is one of the most delicious ever, and its effect requires a high tolerance to THC to be able to withstand it.
What is the genetics of Mimosa?
It arose from a cross between Clementine and Purple Punch made by Symbiotic Genetics several years ago. Several cuttings of this variety were released and some of them arrived in Spain, with which 00 Seeds created this and other varieties in its catalogue. Genetically it is a mainly indica polyhybrid, with some traits that can be slightly reminiscent of sativas.
How are these seeds grown indoors and outdoors?
These plants do best when pruned, both indoors and outdoors. In indoor cultivation, the ideal is to put about 9 plants/m2 in 11-litre pots, but for them to become large and productive enough, a generous vegetative growth time of approximately 4 or 5 weeks is necessary. In this time it is necessary to take the opportunity to prune the main tip and several days later to the highest branches. In this way the plants will have many branches and will show a perfect structure to apply the SCROG method.
In outdoor cultivation the seeds can be germinated in mid-spring, but it is important to plant in large pots or transplant until a minimum of 50 liters of substrate per plant. From the fourth knot you can prune the plants as many times as necessary to achieve a hedge morphology with as many shoots as possible, as this ensures a massive flowering. If you want to avoid breaking branches and increase the weight of the buds, place tutors or some structure to support the branches.
When are the Mimosa harvested?
Normally they need between 55 and 60 days of flowering in indoor cultivation, being able to advance or delay the harvest depending on your preferences in terms of the effect, since it is more cerebral if they are cut before and more narcotic if they are left to mature a little longer. In outdoor cultivation they are harvested at the beginning of October in the northern hemisphere, and in the southern hemisphere the harvest arrives at the beginning of April.
How much do these seeds produce in general?
Production is very high, be it buds, resin, and above all cannabinoids and terpenes. In indoor cultivation, a usual yield is between 550 and 600 grams/m2, and outdoors, each Mimosa can give from 300 to 800 grams depending on many factors.
How is the aroma and taste of Mimosa?
Its aroma is a balanced combination between lemon peel and fruit caramel, but so intense that it requires a good anti-odour system in indoor cultivation to control it. The flavor is a mixture of the flavor of its parents, since it has the fruity touch of Purple Punch and the citric background of Clementine.
What kind of effect does this herb have?
Her chemotype is rich in THC, myrcene and limonene, and has 1% CBG and traces of many other cannabinoids and terpenes. The effect is very relaxing on a physical level, but very uplifting and motivating on a psychological level, and the best thing is that it can last for several hours.
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Surely you had heard of this variety of cannabis that revolutionized the American market several seasons ago, and now you have the opportunity to get it in easy-to-grow feminized seed format, with an impressive quality/price ratio thanks to 00 Seeds and Pevgrow.
Data sheet and characteristics
|Harvest outdoor H.N:||Early October|
|Harvest outdoor H.S:||Early April|
|Indoor production:||19.40 oz - 21.2 oz per 3x3ft|
|Outdoor production:||10,8 oz-28,2 oz/plant|
|Indoor flowering period:||8-9 weeks|
|Flavor and aroma:||Caramel
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