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Mexican sativa seeds

Mexican Sativa seeds

Mexico is home to some wonderful marijuana varieties, Mexican Sativa included. Mexican Sativa is great strain to grow outdoor in tropical regions. This mainly sativa strain exists since the 1987 and is a crossing of Durban Poison and African Sativa. The short flower period and easiness of growing makes the Mexican Sativa a great strain for the growers who wants to have their yield fast. Also a great strain for Sea of green and screen of green growing methods.

Although you will get a bit of a dry mouth while smoking, it is a relaxing strain and helps you through the day without getting knocked of your feet. A good strain to smoke on daytime. The crispy buds taste a bit like peanuts, with a sharp aftertaste. The aroma and smell of the Mexican Sativa is pretty neutral which makes it a perfect strain for stealth growing and smoking.

Mexican Sativa Regular Seeds – 10

Mexican Sativa is a tall, relatively fast-flowering plant that was bred by crossing a Mexican Oaxacan with Hash Plant and Durban (Poison). Oaxacan is a sub-tropical strain and crossing with quick-finishing strains was necessary to make it viable for outdoor cultivation at higher latitudes.

The best pheno-types from the breeding programme were crossed back to the Oaxacan parent in order to reinforce the properties of this valued strain. The end product is a 70% sativa plant with a flowering time of 10 weeks or less. In northern latitudes this translates into a harvest time of late September through to early October. It is primarily intended for outdoor cultivation and will suit growers looking for the clear, uplifting high that sativas are known for. Plants can grow quite tall so unless they are trained quite radically they are not plants with a low profile.

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The buds are not overly large but have a delicate perfume of sandalwood, aniseed and a spicy fruitiness. Yields are average but this is compensated for by the sheer trouble-free nature and ease of cultivation.