Malawi x PCK - Ace Seeds
This F1 is Violeta's big sister. In this case, we have pollinated the famous 'old Malawi killer' mother with purple Pakistan Chitral Kush elite genetics to produce this outstanding straight F1 Sativa / Indica Hybrid .
While Violeta is more compact, flowers faster and has average potency, Malawi x PCK is more vigorous, powerful and higher yielding , with taller outdoor structure and stronger branching, although the flowering time is 1-2 weeks longer than Violeta.
Malawi x PCK frequently displays the typical Pakistani maroon colors and forest fruit aromas, with a very powerful and long lasting Sativa / Indica effect, and high resistance against mold and rain.
Undoubtedly, one of the most powerful and complete Sativa / Indica Hybrids in our catalog, for its potency, complexity of terpenes, resin production and versatility.
Flowering indoors: 9-11 weeks
Flowering outdoors: 2nd - 3rd week of October
Resistance against spider mites: Average-High
Resistance against powder mildew: High
Resistance against botrytis: High
Resistance against white fly: Average-High
Resistance against cold: High
Resistance against heat: High
Bouquet: The purple pheno smells and tastes like forest fruits Bubblegum, with a strong background of fermented lemon. The green pheno is more honeyed and caramelized High: Overpowering and complex Sativa / Indica effect that lasts for 4 hours
Terpene profile: Complex and rich terpene profile, especially in monoterpenes. It mainly contains the following monoterpenes: high amounts of terpinolene (40%), followed by moderate levels of alpha pinene (18%), beta mycenene (11.5%), beta pinene (11%) and limonene (9%), and smaller amounts of trans-ocimene (4%), and only traces of delta 3 carene, alpha terpinene, phellandrene, fenchol, borneol, terpineol, camphene, camphor, eucalyptol, p cymene and phytol. Sesquiterpenes: mainly beta-caryophyllene (2/3 parts), followed by lower amounts of alpha-humelene and guaiol, with traces of caryophyllene oxide
Growing tips: Excellent adaptability to indoor and outdoor growing (up to latitude 45º) in a great variety of climates, warm and cold, dry and wet. We recommend moderate-high levels of nutrients for the whole cycle