£22.49 – £44.99
Genetics: Karakoram Cannabis Landrace
Sourcing: Landrace Genetics, Hopar Valley, Karakoram Range, 2022 Harvest
Purpose: Charas (sieved resin), Seed (culinary), Bhang (coarse flower and leaf)
Latitude: 36° N
Harvest: late-September through October
Height: 1 – 4 meters
Aroma: Earthy spice, sweet funk, rotten roadkill
Characteristics: Mostly broad leaflet, resinous, frequent purple / black colouration, large plants and buds
Classification: C. sativa subsp. indica var. afghanica
Grow Type: Outdoors, greenhouse, or indoors
An Indica-type cannabis landrace cultivated in upper Hopar Valley in the Karakoram region of northern Pakistan, which borders Kashmir, Xinjiang, and the Hindu Kush.
Large plants that are likely to reach heights of beyond two meters in good land, these don’t fit neatly into the Indica-type / Sativa-type taxonomy of McPartland and Small, perhaps because they are from near the frontier or interface between Central and South Asian cannabis, i.e. are Indica–Sativa hybrids.
Aromas range from earthy spice, to sweet funk and rotten roadkill, so are mostly Indica-type.
Purple coloration was exhibited by many plants at the time of collection.
Essential to collectors interested in authentic traditional cannabis strains. For a similar accession, see the ‘Hunza Valley’.
12 seeds, 5 seeds