Purple Satellite is a cross of two Inbred lines: Oaxacan Gold kept from 1979 and a high altitude pure Nepalese sativa.
The Oaxacan bumps up the potency immensely.
Purple Satellite is one of the earliest sativa of its quality available to northern growers, coming in before most of the others, finishing when the sun is still high and strong for extra trichome production, with great mold resistance.
Remember to mind your nutes starting early flowering.
Plants are very consistent and may look like clones. Almost all will develop pink to fuchsia pistils and purple in the calyx even without a chill period.
The smell of plants in mid to later bloom are seriously strong cherry that fills the air upon finishing the smell gets more complex with a fragrance of pine, incense with a touch of berry that carries into the very smooth smoke.
|Sativa / Indica ratio||100 % sativa|
|Flowering indoors||9-10 weeks|
|Resistance against spider mites||Average|
|Resistance against powder mildew||High|
|Resistance against botrytis||Very high|
|Resistance against white fly||Average|
|Resistance against cold||High|
|Resistance against heat||Average-High|
|Genetics||1979 Oaxacan gold purple IBL x Nepalese Sativa|
|Structure||Upright classic sativa long spears, very self supporting, always sporting some pink to fuchsia pistils, some seasons darker than others.|
|Bouquet||The taste is extremely smooth. Slight pine cedar, hash, hint of berry syrup. From mid to late flower strong cherry fragrance.|
|High||Very potent fast onset, motivating, social, not racy, laughter inducing. warm comfortable, happy.|
|Terpene profile||It has not yet been analyzed.|
|Growing Tips||Especially recommended for outdoor growing in cold and wet northern climates.
Outdoors we recommend to start her from seed as soon as early April. Pinch and keep up potted.
If kept in pots 30 liter pots work great. But can be kept in smaller pots or planted right into the soil.
It starts the flowering in July, on the 42nd north latitude at almost 15 hours light hours, finishing in September.
We recommend moderate levels of nutrients for the growing stage. Heavy organic feeder during flowering.