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PevGrow presents the new Guawi, fresh from the Ace Seeds cannabis oven. This strain has its origin in the genetic fusion between Malawi Killer and a Tikal F5. It stands out not only for its powerful effect, derived from its American and African sativa genes, but also provides a tasty smoked, marked by intense qualities.
How is Guawi plant?
A mostly sativa strain which begins to grow from early on like a beast, becoming at the end of the growing cycle a full-sized lady, which does not go unnoticed at all. It has a columnar structure, with fine and serrated leaves, with many flexible branches. It stands out for its incredible resistance to the attacks of pests.
What does Guawi cannabis taste like?
Smoking this weed is a sensation difficult to describe with words... Its flavor combines some touches of fruit, mango, peach and strawberry, with an incensed finish inherited from the Tikal, followed by a woody and spicy aroma.
What effect does Guawi have?
Its effect is very psychedelic, perfect if you want to freak out and have a great time with friends.
How do you plant Guawi variety?
Under the spotlights it is a variety that undoubtedly needs expert hands to be tamed, as its nature is to stretch without stopping, so space can be a problem. The best is to apply SOG growing techniques starting from cuttings or also SCROG with cultivation mesh. If you prefer a traditional crop, apply growth tutors to bring it to your field. I usually place it in 2.9 US gal (11 litre) pots.
Under natural light, put it directly on the floor and this lady will give you increcible crops, with a more than considerable height. It needs a good dose of food and a lot of sun, although endures well the attacks of plagues and humidity, in fact it will not be completely mature until end of October, but you can be totally calm. In flowering, the best ally is Top Candy by Top Crop.
Both indoors and outdoors this is a very productive plant, even the most professional will be amazed.
Guawi gives away impressive smokes, accompanied by a taste of fantasy. You haven't added it to the cart yet? Don't wait any longer!
Data sheet and characteristics
|Genetics:||Malawi Asesina x Tikal F5|
|Phenotype:||Sativa 85% - 15% índica hybrid|
|Harvest outdoor H.N:||Late October|
|Harvest outdoor H.S:||Late April|
|Outdoor production:||Very high|
|Indoor height:||Medium / Tall|
|Outdoor height:||Very tall|
|Indoor flowering period:||11-12 weeks|
|CBD:||Less than 1%|
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A powerful and easy to grow plant, with tree sized potential if planted (very) early. Plant her late in the season, even as late as 1 - 2 weeks after the Summer Solstice, if you desire a smaller, more manageable specimen. This will in no way effect quality, only overall size; and may even make flowering more decisive. This is a method I have used for many years with Sativa dominant strains with great results, especially applicable if/when you have limited space in the garden or prefer growing many smaller plants. She enjoys moderate feeding throughout her lifespan, perhaps a lighter feeding schedule early in veg if growing with healthy and well prepared soil, but she will also enjoys a PK boost early and midway through flowering, then a lighter finishing diet. Effect is deep and profound, with great appetite stimulation and tremendous therapeutic qualities too. Flowering will take a little longer, about what can be expected from a Sativa, however she flowers with conviction and does not seem to go on and on re-flowering as can happen with some more extreme tropical Sativa strains. I imagine she could be a good candidate for either Sea of Green or Screen of Green indoors, due to ample production all the way along the branches, right back to the main stem. Using cuttings would speed up the cycle no doubt. All together a highly recommendable variety, with an effect that will be new to most people, thus providing an insight into where it all started from with these native "Landrace" genetics. Unique for you and me!