09-04-2019-> Pugsly says:
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The Golden Tiger cannabis variety is a 100% Sativa hybrid created by ACE Seeds by crossing the Elite clone "Killer" from Malawi with Meao Thai, a landrace from Thailand's highlands selected by Cannabiogen Seedsbank . Thus, Golden Tiger is a super sativa with very strong vegetative vigor, offering large yields of fruity buds with strong and long lasting stimulant effect. Get now this tropical landrace hybrid in AlchimiaWeb's feminized marijuana seed collection.
Golden Tiger grows strong and reacts well to pruning and Scrog growing methods, creating branches very easily. Indoors, it needs from 11 to 14 weeks to fully ripen, offering high yields. To grow Golden Tiger in Sea Of Green systems we have to flower our plants really quickly, even starting them at 12/12 light cycle due to the strong vegetative growth of this hybrid.
Grown outdoors, Golden Tiger is harvested from late October to November, and although it only blooms completely in tropical climates, it resists less favorable conditions up to 43ºN latitude.
Smell and taste of Golden Tiger are acid and sweet, like ripe mandarins and lemons, with hints of wood and incense. The stimulating, psychedelic and long lasting effect of this Sativa hybrid delights lovers of intense sativa highs, but is not recommended for sensitive and beginner smokers.
Golden Tiger from ACE Seeds features:
- Genetics: Landrace Malawi x Meo Thai.
- 100% sativa
- Type: Feminized
- Indoor Flowering: 11 to 14 weeks
- Outdoor harvest: late October - November
- Yield: high
- Resistance to botrytis: high
- Resistance to cold: medium to high
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10-04-2019 -> Alchimia Grow Shop says:
Hi Pugsly, thanks for the feedback, to avoid any confusion about the attributes of the strain on this web page which is a 100% Sativa Landrace (non-Autoflowering), next time please consider posting your comment on the page corresponding of the strain you are refering to, thanks for your understanding. Best regards ! ;-)