Papaya (Nirvana)

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A compact fast-growing indica that packs quite a punch. It can fully mature in warmer temperate climates by the end of October.

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Indica
THC: 18-24%

Indoor

  • Flowering Time: 50-66 days
  • Yield: 3oz per plant
  • Height: Small
  • Outdoor

  • Harvest Time: Middle/End of October
  • Seed Type: Both Fem And Reg
    Growing:

    A squat indica with dense foliage and "white" buds, it is very stable and suits for SOG very well. It grows vigorously in veg and flowers quickly (7-9,5 weeks). Big, solid colas are susceptible to mold. When grown and harvested outdoors (from middle of October to November) it produces a heavy indica stone.

    Effect:

    Strong and long lasting. The type of high depends on the time of harvest. Early buds give you a trippy effect, overmature ones will make you lethargic.

    Good for:

    Relaxing after work, chilling, watching movies, taking a nap. Spending time on the beach and outdoors. Back-seat travelling. If harvested early - taking long walks.

    Flavor:

    Usually pleasant. Sweet tropical fruit, hash.

    Description

    Nirvana Papaya is a fast-growing, disease-resistant, and usually early-maturing marijuana strain. This heavy, greasy cannabis indica stays short and dense, making it very suitable for Sea of Green gardens. Papaya has an exotic tropical aroma that's also reminiscent of whiskey pipe tobacco. The buzz from Papaya is relaxing, lethargic, and almost narcotic.

    Plant Type: Hybrid
    Cultivation: Indoor
    Plant Height: Short
    Effect: Stoned (Body Buzz, Relaxing Effect)
    Flavor: Pungent, Fruity
    Average Yield: 350 - 450 g/m² in SOG
    Flowering Period: 7 - 9 weeks
    White Strain: Yes
    Medical Use: Yes
    Seeds per pack: 5

    Comments (1)

    • Slant33

      Slant33

      23 July 2017 at 22:12 |
      Don’t force your mind alerting ingenuity into 2 cents worth
      of confrontation. Smoke a bowl instead (:

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