PevGrow introduces the new White Bhutanese from Mandala Seeds From the Himalayas themselves! This strain is authentic Landrace that grows naturally in the mountains in Wangdi (Bhutan), although the European breeders have adapted it to the continental climate to make it a more manageable and more commercial plant.
What does White Bhutanese cannabis plant look like?
This is a predominantly sativa hybrid, a good reflection of this is its structure with the typical cypress shape, with a tendency to acquire enough height if it has enough space. Its branches are thin and its flowers are serrated and pointed, with a wide distance between knots, favoring an equitable development of all its copies, perfect for guerrillas.
What is the taste of White Bhutanese?
Its organoleptic properties are a real spectacle, a fruity blend, with some citrus touches and a spicy finish, which gives it a touch of distinction and helps you know that this is not a dream.
What is the effect of White Bhutanese?
It is a plant that can be smoked throughout the day without problems, with a happy effect and mentally active, with certain brain stimulation, which provide creativity and mental agility.
How to grow White Bhutanese
Under the spotlight is a plant that you must control so that it does not become a headache. Limit the growth to 15-17 days maximum, as during flowering usually even doubles or triples the size it had acquired. With 1.8 US gal (7 litre) pots, you will be able to put about 14 plants per 3x3ft (m2), although I recommend you to plant it in 2.4 US gal (9 litre) pots.
In outdoor crops, put it in a 13.2 US gal (50 liter) pot from the beginning and you will see how this little lady becomes the real cannabic hulk, even reaching 11.5 ft. (350 cm.) high in the best case. Growing, to give it a little push and get those figures, add Green Explosion by Top Crop, 100% organic and formulated with seaweed.
How much does White Bhutanese produce?
The yields range between 14.1 oz per 3x3ft (400 grams per m2) indoors and between 10.6 and 17.6 oz (300-500 grams) per plant in the garden.
White Bhutanese from Mandala Seeds, Sativa lovers have found their holy grail!