Ayahuasca Purple feminized seeds
Ayahuasca Purple from Barney’s Farm is a pure Indica cannabis strain with vibrant colors and excellent qualities. With THC levels at more than 20%, this feminized strain has yields of up to 650g/m² and boasts sweet aromas. She is easy to handle and to train, making for a satisfying grow for all levels of experience.
- Barney's Farm
- "Extra" class high
- Red River Delta x Master Kush
- 90 - 100 cm
- 650 g/m² indoors
- 55 - 65 days
- Late September
- 100% Indica
- 21 %
- 1.4 %
Ayahuasca Purple - Highly Potent, High Yielding And Colorful Indica
A cross between Red River Delta and Master Kush, Ayahuasca Purple from Barney’s Farm is a colorful pure Indica with THC levels usually testing at more than 20%. Small in stature, easy to train and handle, it’s a good choice for all growing environments and levels of growers’ experience, skill and knowledge.
Her short size and good resistance to disease and pests make Ayahuasca Purple an ideal strain to grow in any environment - from guerrilla to commercial grows. Usually finishing in 8-10 weeks indoors or by the end of September outdoors with yields that go up to 650g/m2 or around 500g/plant. After a few weeks of flowering, her colors will change to red and dark purple colors. Long and dense buds will be covered with resinous trichomes. She may need support for heavy, bud-laden branches in the last few weeks of flowering in order to handle the extra weight.
- Recommended Nutrients: Remo Nutrients.
- Height is usually around 100cm, both indoor and outdoors.
- Responds well to Low Stress Training (LST) to increase the number of bud sites.
- Lighting: LED lights recommended for both vegetative and flowering stages.
A Pure Indica Experience
From Ayahuasca Purple, you can expect the sociable and euphoric feelings of a pure Indica, leaving you happy, relaxed and sleepy, even couch locked. The smells are pungent, sweet and sour, with earthy and papaya undertones. There are tropical flavors and aromas with a nutty taste, reminiscent of lavender and mango.