In Golden Tiger we have combined different extremely potent and resinous sativas from Malawi and Thailand.
The outcome is a 100 % sativa hybrid with great vegetative strength, remarkable for its overpowering potency and its exceptional floral traits. The flowers overflow, forming dense buds with little leaves. The trichomes are huge, plentiful and loaded with powerful cannabinoids.
This current version of Golden Tiger has stronger Thai influence, is better yielding and has more refined aromas than the previous one.
Concretely, Golden Tiger currently contains 2 Thai strains (Koh Chang Thai and Hmong Thai), and 2 different Malawi parental plants: the old killer Malawi and the 3rd generation new Malawi killer.
Golden Tiger is an excellent alternative to the haze sativas. It will fascinate the most demanding growers, looking for new sativa experiences of the highest order.
|Tipo||F3 SEMI STABILIZED HYBRID|
|Sativa / Indica ratio||100 % sativa|
|Flowering indoors||11-14 weeks|
|Flowering outdoors||End of October / November|
|Resistance against spider mites||Average|
|Resistance against powder mildew||Average|
|Resistance against botrytis||Very high|
|Resistance against white fly||Average-High|
|Resistance against cold||Average-High|
|Resistance against heat||High|
|Genetics||Old Malawi killer, Koh Chang Thai, Hmong Thai and New Malawi killer.|
|Structure||Very branchy and elegant sativa of thin leaves and medium-long node length.|
|Bouquet||Floral, spicy and lemony thai aromas, with the organic and resinous Malawi background.|
|High||Extreme effect of psychedelic sativa: dense, stimulant and very long lasting. It may be devastating for beginners. Recommended only for the harder and most experienced sativa users.|
|Growing Tips||Although this sativa shows all its potential in tropical/subtropical climates, it has also been grown with very good results even in latitudes 43º.
For indoor growing for small columnar plants or SOG, start straight from clones to 12/12 just a couple of days after the rooting.
We recommend low-average fertilizer levels for the whole cycle, especially Nitrogen.
Source : aceseeds.org