Seeds collected from an indigenous village in the heart of the Guatemalan jungle. This is the Central American landrace from which we have developed our Tikal hybrid.
The Guatemala is a pure, stable and vigorous sativa with a good potential for adaptation to moderate latitudes. It is related to some old Mexican varieties sharing with them some characteristics: strongly branched plants, happy effect, good yield, moderate flowering time and a low hermaphroditism rate.
100 % Sativa Guatemalan Sativa
Flowering Indoors: 11-13 Weeks
Flowering Outdoors: November
Yield / m2: Average
Structure: Sativa with a strong, balanced branchy structure. Outdoors, it produces plants with a Christmas tree appearance and strong secondary branches.
Boquet: Sweet, sour and floral aroma with woody hints.
High: Happy and positive effect of medium strength.
It can be grown indoors without problems, but we recommend intense light intensity in order to obtain the best results.
Outdoors it can be grown at latitudes up to 43ºN in a warm coastal autumn climate. In mountain or continental climates, it can ripen at latitudes up to 30ºN.
The Guatemala is an excellent breeding tool to create your own crosses for moderate latitudes, when it is crossed with both: long flowering sativas or Indica plants.
- Indoor and Outdoor
- 12-13 Weeks