Sabor Mix feminized seeds
Here’s our special launch for 2011! A much-prized variety in the UK. Owing to reports of the great demand and success we’ve received from the British market, we decided to set to work studying and producing this seed. It’s a plant that adapts very well to the Spanish climate, with its key plus point being its flavour. Cheese is synonymous with good, flavoursome marihuana. It is yet to be confirmed, but its relatives are believed to include Northern Light and Skunk.
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Kannabia Sabor Mix Feminised Seeds Info
With this variety we offer you a cocktail of tropical aromas and flavours. In this cross we have used a Mango Skunk base, with a very defined sweetness.
But we wanted to propose you a variety outstanding for something else, for this reason we crossed it with Black Domina, and obtained a very succulent result with prevailing sugary touches and acid, bitter nuances ( tangy fruits and cypress), citrus in some occasions. You will have in your hand a pale seed, a fruit waiting for ripening. Flowers have a big size, and could become huge due to the influence of Black Domina. For this reason, we will have to fertilize it constantly to obtain exuberant results and a more narcotic effect. This variety flowers develop long, thick tails which look spongy. But they may trick you because they are really heavy and dense, Black Domina signature. You will be surprised by the buzz.
In conclusion, a fresh fruit bite, a bite to the fellow Caribbean.
We obtained the original clone of the variety from some English travellers who settled in the Alpujarra mountains of Granada in the 1990s. According to them it was a clone of a mother, selected from standard Cheese seeds for its intense aroma and cheese flavour, as well as its fast-flowering characteristics.
It wasn’t a particularly high-yield plant, but by crossing it the variety with our Mazar-i-Sharif the yield improved greatly, producing large, dense bunches of flowers. We crossed the resulting hybrid back again with our original Cheese, giving rise to Queso (“cheese” in Spanish), a predominantly indica hybrid but having recovered the Skunk structure. In a good-sized pot (5-7 litres) it can grow up to 90 cm indoors and taller than 2 m outdoors. Indoors it adapts well to hydroponic systems, where it can complete the flowering cycle after only seven weeks with a 12-hour photoperiod, although most plants will be ripe and ready to be cut after eight weeks. Outdoors, the plant may not be fully ready until the first week in October.
It produces a dense coating of resin that will already be visible to the naked eye by the first stages of flowering. A delicious hash can be extracted very easily. Its short internodes extend during the flowering cycle to produce gorgeous, high-quality buds, gleaming with resin.
It is worth taking care over how this plant is fed, because it is very sensitive to over-fertilisation and you don’t want to be responsible for spoiling its amazing mature-cheese flavour.
Make sure you wash the roots well during the final week to preserve all the flavour.
The Queso variety is recommended for all growers, because as long as you’re careful not to over-fertilise, you’ll be assured an abundant harvest with a fairly fast flowering time.
This is one of the most indica strains in our mother room.The goal wasn’t only to achieve a fast flowering, but to make the most of the hybrid vigor of this Molotov cocktail of indica strains such as Black Domina, Afghan and Maple Leaf Indica.
Karamelo meets the best characteristics of all the strains included in Kannabia catalogue: fast, productive and easy-to-grow. This plant develops all its potential outdoors because, although its height can exceed 2 metres of pure buds, you will be able to harvest it in mid-late September. During our tests, some specimens were ready in little over 6 weeks, although 7 weeks will be more convenient for a proper ripening of all the trichomes. Buds are thick and spongy, but they harden like rocks over the last weeks of the life cycle. Flowers give off a penetrating and sweet smell during the first weeks of flowering.