Safari Mix regular seeds
Safari Mix Regular is a mix of Sativa and Indica hybrid cannabis strains with a wide-range of effects. You’ll find stimulating cerebral highs of Sativas mingle with the deeply restorative and blissfully relaxing effects of Indicas. Blessed with medically valuable genetics, the strain in this mix a must have for patients.
- Mandala Seeds
- Full palette of effects
- 400 - 550 g/m² indoors 800 - 1200 g/plant outdoors
- 62 - 75 days
- Late October
- Sativa / Indica hybrid
- 15 - 23 %
Safari Mix Regular: A Balanced Blend Of Marijuana’s Infamous Effects
Safari Mix Regular contains the best traits of both Indica and Sativa hybrids. With THC levels averaging 15-23%, Safari Mix Regular is well suited for all types of cannabis consumers, regardless if they’re new to marijuana or have been using cannabis for years.
Medical patients interested in Safari Mix Regular will find this assortment of premium Indica genetics is well-suited for a variety of different medical conditions.
Easy To Grow Indoors, Outdoors, And In Hydroponic Setups
Safari Mix Regular is a mix of seeds that’s perfect for both beginners on a budget and those interested in growing or accumulating large amounts of seeds at once.
- Can be grown easily indoors and outdoors in soil, as well as in hydroponic setups.
- Plant size ranges from short and stocky to tall and slightly bushy.
- Does well on balconies and terraces, making a great option for stealthy city growers.
- Flowering time is approximately 62-75 days.
- Recommended light indoors is 400-600W HPS per square meter.
- Indoor yields can reach up to 400-550 grams per square meter.
- Outdoor growers can expect yields of up to 800-1200 grams per plant.
- A great choice for individuals interested in guerilla growing options.
Safari Mix Regular: A Diverse Assortment Of Experimental Cross Breeds
Safari Mix Regular is great for those who aren’t interested in growing specific cannabis strains. The genetics in this varied mix of cannabis seeds is full of different experimental crosses created in the Mandala Seeds lab.