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ACE Seeds presents its Lebanese variety, a robust and productive pure Sativa landrace line, to be found in AlchimiaWeb's collection of regular cannabis seeds!
The Lebanese is a vigorous and uniform cannabis strain perfectly adapted to resin extraction, thanks to its airy and highly resinous flowers. This variety gives excellent results outdoors thanks to its semi-automatic flowering and its great resistance to heat and drought, making it an ideal candidate for guerilla growers.
The semi-auto trait means that the Lebanese usually blooms after a month and a half of vegetative growth, and is ready to harvest some time between the end of September and the beginning of October. As a result, ACE Seeds recommends cultivating its Lebanese variety directly in large pots to maximise growth before the onset of flowering.
Indoors, it flowers in 9 to 11 weeks and being used to organic outdoor growing, large amounts of fertilizer or use flowering stimulators are not recommended, as stress due to over-fertilisation may provoke a slight hermaphroditism at the end of flowering.
During its flowering, the branches of the Lebanese form large colas which swell with pronounced foxtails that reflower until the end of the cycle, delivering a generous yield of flowers and resin.
Its sweet and floral aroma evolves towards a mango scent after curing, with a flavour remeniscent of the finest hash, while its effect is clear, happy and warm, not too long-lasting and not overly intense, thanks to the CBD content of 6-16% produced by this cannabis variety native to Lebanon.
ACE Seeds Lebanese info:
- Type: Regular seeds
- Genetics: Landrace from Lebanon
- 100% Sativa
- Flowering indoors: 9 - 11 weeks
- Outdoor harvest: late September to early October
- Yield: Medium to high
- Cold resistance: Medium to high
- Heat resistance: High
- THC: 0.5 to 8%
- CBD: 6 to 16%
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Opinions about Lebanese and questions
Hi Eddy, we're located in Vilamalla (Girona), Spain. Unfortunately we don't ship to lebanon. Best regards
We really don't know, although most lebanese landraces are used to make hash. We're sorry, but we can't ship seeds to Australia.