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Seedsman Alaskan Purple is a cannabis hybrid cross between Purple Alaskan x Kush x Brazilian Sativa. The result is an easy to cultivate, vigorous and highly productive variety which presents bright purple colours at the end of the growing cycle.
This cannabis plant, created from 3 varieties, has a vigorous growth since its germination. Its great vigorousness makes it easy to manipulate with pruning, topping, SOG, SCROG, or tying in order to obtain an easy to control indoor cultivation or to develop outdoors plants more controllable in height.
Alaska Purple flowering period is relatively short, just 9 weeks, offering and abundant yield of even more than 1700g per plant. The harvest is ready during the first fortnight of October, always provided it enjoys optimal growing conditions. Indoors, it can be expected a yield of about 550g per m2.
It delivers aromas and flavours combining a sweet berries mixture with floral notes that provide an excellent bouquet.
The Kush inheritance provides a high psychoactive effect, with a relaxed body but an active and psychedelic mental activity thanks to the Brazilian Sativa inheritance.
Seedsman Alaskan Purple info:
- Type: Feminised cannabis seed
- Genetics: Purple Alaskan x Kush x Brazilian Sativa
- Indica/Sativa hybrid
- Indoor flowering: 9 weeks
- Outdoor harvest: 1-15 October
- Indoor yield: 550g per m2
- Outdoor yield: up to 1700g per plant
- THC: High
Opinions about Alaskan Purple and questions
Hi and thanks for your questions. You could expect that kind of yield off a plant if you were germinating it in March and giving it the best conditions possible while it grows, most of the harvest yields given by breeders are a "best-case scenario" but are still entirely achievable. The height of the plant would depend on when you started growing it, it's not going to be the same height of you start your seeds in June than if you start them in March. This is a hybrid plant, so it could get quite tall or stay quite stocky, depending on the genetic dominance of the parents. If the height is a problem then I encourage you to read our blog articles about pruning and training to keep plants to a reasonable height and increase yields.
I hope that helps, best wishes and happy growing!