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Region: Southeast Asia
Strain: Highland Thai
Genetics: Thai-Burmese, possibly Chinese
Latitude: 19° N
Regional Maturation: late December
Height: up to 4m
Characteristics: large plants; green and purple phenotypes, with unusual aromas; mild high
This is an unusual Highland Thai cultivar from the highlands of Northern Thailand and the nearby border regions of Burma, and is possibly ultimately of Chinese origin. It may be based on indica var. chinensis cultivars, possibly hybridised with narrow leaflet ganja cultivars.
This strain is cultivated by various ethnic groups in the region, including the Lahu hilltribe. Its appearance and effect are markedly different from those of the Thai-Lao ganja genepool of Northeast Thailand. It seems to have many characteristics of Yunnanese indica var. chinensis.
The Highland Thai strain can grow exceptionally tall, given space, potentially reaching over 4m in soil outdoors. Plants can have medium width leaflets, notably broader than typical Thai ganja cultivars. Seeds are also large, suggesting a genetic connection to Yunnanese chinensis strains. This is also supported by their habit of growing to a single, tall stem when planted in small plots. Stems can also be hollow, again suggesting a fibre cultivar heritage.
Plants have large and resinous calyxes, with slightly denser bud formation than is usual for a Southeast Asian strain. There are two main phenotypes, namely green and purple. Green types often have a musky, citrus aroma, and purple-blue phenotypes typically have more mango-carrot scents.
The high from this strain is typically mild, with a more relaxing and gentle effect than the intensity associated with Thai-Lao ganja cultivars. Modest THC levels with some CBD can be expected.
This is a rare and little seen strain that is recommended to collectors and breeders.
Please note: these seeds are from a reproduction grow.
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