Nepal Mist Standard

Nepal Mist Standard
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Alchimia is delighted to present Nepal Mist Standard, a cannabis variety seed in limited edition developed by Ace Seeds, a group of breeders and cannabis lovers devoted to the preservation and study of this wonderful plant.

Cannabis Nepal Mist by Ace Seeds, a fungus resistant purple pigmented sativa hybrid

Nepal Mist comes from a late 90's cross between an extraordinary Sativa from Nepal and the Old School Kali Mist, an F3 semi-stabilised hybrid. Nepal Mist is one of ACE Seeds' earliest strains and predates its more classic varieties, never featured in this seedbank catalogue. This magnificent hybrid is now released to celebrate the collective's 15th anniversary.

The Nepalese plant used in Nepal Mist made an impact on Ace Seeds' breeders for its exotic, incensed and strawberry aromas, and clean and spiritual effect. This plant originating from Nepal was the inspiration that contributed to the awakening and deeper interest in pure strains that laid the foundations of ACE Seeds' philosophy.

Nepal Mist, resistant to low temperatures and rain

Nepal Mist is an F3 Sativa hybrid with a strong Nepalese influence, very slender plants with great resistance to low temperatures and rain. It is a tall, highly flexible Sativa hybrid with long internodes and beautiful purple and pinkish tones when flowering under low temperatures. The old Kali Mist provides production and power to the cross and accentuates the exotic incense aromas.

This magnificent Sativa hybrid can be easily cultivated indoors provided enough room to develop properly. In reduced indoor cultivation is recommended to pass quickly to flowering (15 days from seed) and from cuttings after a week of vegetative growth from rooting. Nepal Mist is a suitable strain for SCROG cultivation thanks to the good response to pruning and excellent secondary branching. Outdoors it can be cultivated in warm, rainy climates or under low temperatures, and shows a great resistance to fungi, especially against botrytis. It can be cultivated up to latitude 45º. Nepal Mist does not like high nutrient levels, thus is recommended to moderate fertilisers during growth and flowering.

Nepal Mist, woody, incense and Nepalese hashish flavour with Sativa psychoactivity

Nepal Mist's aromas are complex, with woods, incense and a strong Nepalese hashish flavour that will delight Himalayan Sativa lovers. Some plants due to the Nepalese influence display delicate and evocative fruity and strawberry terpenes.

The effects are full of character and genuineness with a very Sativa-like psychoactivity, friendly, clean and elegant. The effects are moderate in duration and potency.

Ace Seeds Nepal Mist info:

  • Type: Regular cannabis seed in limited edition
  • Genetics: Nepali Kathmandu x Old Kali Mist
  • Semi-stabilised F3 hybrid
  • Indoor flowering: 10-12 weeks
  • Outdoor harvest: Late October / Early November
  • Yield: Medium-High
  • Effect: Sativa, elegant, friendly and clean
  • High resistance to botrytis

We would like to remind our customers that cannabis seeds are not listed in the European Community catalogue. They are products intended for genetic conservation and collecting, in no case for cultivation. In some countries it is strictly forbidden to germinate cannabis seeds, other than those authorised by the European Union. We recommend our customers not to infringe the law in any way, we are not responsible for their use.

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