Papaya feminized seeds
Papaya Strain Information
These feminized Papaya seeds come from Dutch breeder Nirvana Seeds. It has a fairly obscure history, tracing its origins back to Jock Horror and Skunk #1. While information on this strain may be hazy, facts are facts: Papaya is an incredible strain for those with the skill, persistence, and dedication to nurture it into maturity.
Papaya’s family tree is rooted in its parents, Jock Horror and Skunk #1. Jock Horror is a Dutch Sativa-dominant hybrid with an uplifting buzz, while Skunk #1 is a legendary strain with European roots, identifiable by its unique skunky scent.
Papaya isn’t in any hurry to grow up. It’s not ready for harvest until 9-10 weeks (63-70 days) of flowering after the switch to 12/12.
Indoor yields for Papaya can reach 450g/m2 (13.27oz/ft2). That’s not too shabby, and it’s the quality of buds you can pull on harvest day that makes this strain truly shine.
Papaya’s high is a lively blend of vivacity and relaxation. As a Sativa/Indica hybrid, it brings the best of both genetic worlds to the table. Its effects will help you relax and unwind at the end of a long day without putting you to sleep, making it an excellent afternoon smoke.
Smell And Taste
Papaya has an enticing, welcoming fragrance. Its terpene profile combines a unique palette of flavors including sweet mango and spicy heat. These two sensations culminate in a fire-and-ice contrast as its heavy smoke rolls across the tongue.
THC And CBD Levels
With THC content that can reach up to 25%, Papaya is more potent than most strains. This high THC concentration is the reason for its potency, but also its long flowering time.
This strain can be fairly difficult to grow, so it’s recommended for cultivators with prior experience. Don’t let that discourage you, though – give Papaya a chance! Nirvana Seeds suggests growing Papaya indoors for better control of environmental variables.
- Use potassium supplements when growing in soilless media.
- Stems are thin and weak, so use growing techniques like SOG to protect the stems and ensure a successful grow cycle.
- Avoid growing this strain outdoors. It requires the dialed-in environment only indoor gardens can provide.
These Papaya seeds come feminized, making them less of a hassle than regular seeds. We carry these Papaya and a host of other seeds for sale online.
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Regular or feminized. Pick feminized if you want female plants only.Learn more
Either autoflowering or photoperiod. Both have their pros and cons, but growing autos is easier.Learn more
This strain is perfect for growing both indoors and outdoors.Learn more
Each strain produces a certain effect on your body. This is what you can expect from this variety.Learn more
Genetic composition of the strain. Shows parent strains that were used to create this particular variety.Learn more
This is how tall the plant can become. Use this info when planning your grow space.Learn more
This is how much bud you can get from this variety come harvest time.Learn more
The length of the flowering stage for photoperiod strains, or seed-to-harvest time for autoflowers.Learn more
The ratio of Sativa/Indica/Ruderalis in this particular variety.Learn more
The main psychoactive compound in cannabis. The higher THC level, the more potent the strain.Learn more
This compound doesn't get you high but is known to be highly medicinal and calming.Learn more
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