Baramulla valley is situated at almost mid of the Kashmir, but still expanded towards southern territories like Pulwama district.
Its mid to high altitude highlands which receives a significantly warmer climate during summers and winters aren't as harsh either.
This valley is known for saffron and other dry fruits/spice cultivation, farmers are mostly inclined towards growing legal crops instead of cannabis, which leaves ample opportunity for wilder types to thrive in absence of rigorous cultivation and domestication.
Baramulla Valley stays a bit warmer compared to the northern part of the kashmir and plants veg a bit longer, which then grow much taller compared to their northern counterparts. This strain tends to flower a bit longer as well, but also having a distinctly better yields than any other variety from Kashmir.
These plants tend to finish a bit longer at higher latitudes but can be light depend to induce flowering early in the season. It’s resistant to mold and mildew to an appreciable extent, and can easily be grown at wet and cold climates outdoor,
This highland strain comes from the remote valleys of Baramulla in southern/central Kashmir, these plants are from the farmed population by the local farmers for hashish production. the plants usually grow very tall with heavy lateral branching and average to good yields. The flavours revolve around earth, floral, sweet, incense and temple hash, without much intra-population variation among individuals.
|Tipo||FIRST GENERATION (P1) LANDRACE STRAIN|
|Sativa / Indica ratio||100 % sativa|
|Flowering indoors||12-14 weeks|
|Flowering outdoors||End of November / Early December|
|Resistance against spider mites||High|
|Resistance against powder mildew||High|
|Resistance against botrytis||High|
|Resistance against white fly||High|
|Resistance against cold||Average-High|
|Resistance against heat||Average-Low|
|Genetics||First generation pure sativa landrace from Baramulla Valley, Kashmir.|
|Structure||Vigorous and tall sativa with strong lateral branching.|
|Bouquet||Floral, sweet, incensey, woody and temple hash.|
|High||Fast onset, cerebral, active and uplifting.|
|Terpene profile||It has not yet been analyzed.|
|Growing Tips||Grows well in most environments, although it's eminently an outdoor strain for hot and cold and climates, showing great resistance against cold, rains, wind and fungus (botrytis and mildew), mites and aphids.|