The Safari Mix contains a mix of seeds from various experimental crosses in our breeder lab. The strains are equally well suited for outdoor (balcony, greenhouse, up to 43° latitude in the ground; further north the harvest time can shift to middle/end of October). The germination rate of our mix is just as strictly controlled as with all our products. Please read our Germination Guide for details on how to plant the seeds.
Rishi Kush is a low-maintenance hybrid for beginners and experienced growers alike. This versatile strain can be adapted to numerous cultivation styles such as LST, SCROG, etc. or you can grow it just straight out of the pot. Her generous resin production is matched by a wonderful easy-going high with 14-17,5% THC.
With this strain we offer a connoisseur quality smoke at an amazing price. Chill-OM is also a good beginner strain, delivering a satisfying yield with just basic plant care. It has all the benefits of hybrid vigour, nutrient efficiency, and the versatility of growing well under many different cultivation methods.
A unique combination of landrace genetics injects a lot of vigour into this strain and the thick shoots from mother plants provide quality cuttings over an extended period. Due to the extreme density of the buds approx. 20-25% of the plants show some mold susceptibility in the top third portion of the head bud in the last week of flowering.
Kalichakra responds well to being tied down and can grow an impressively large main cola from the even light distribution. However, due to the airy growth pattern light passes through to all flowering shoots. Therefore you don’t have to tie down the plant unless you unexpectedly run into problems with height or have a very poor light source.
Mandala #1 is a good choice if you are aiming for a quick crop with a sativa effect. We recommend this strain especially for northern climates where harvesting by the end of September is a priority. This strain has two basic phenotypes (characteristic plant types). Most of the plants belong to the sativa dominant phenotype and grow in a Christmas tree shape.