Orient Express Feminized by Ace Seeds

Orient Express is a potent F1 hybrid that combines the high yield of aromatic and resinous flowers of this selected Vietnam Black mother, with the low height and short flowering timeof the Chinese Yunnan indica.

One of “Ace seeds” most popular varieties, which has been giving endless happiness to growers since the beginnings of ACE Seeds.


Recommended for asian sativa lovers with small gardens.

Additional Information

Format Feminized
Sativa / Indica ratio 60 % sativa / 40 % indica
THC 16 %
CBD 0.15 %
CBG 0 %
Flowering indoors 8-10 weeks
Flowering outdoors Early October
Yield High
Resistance against spider mites Average
Resistance against powder mildew Average
Resistance against botrytis Average-High
Resistance against white fly Average-High
Resistance against cold Average-High
Resistance against heat Average-High
Latitude 0º-45º
Genetics Vietnam Black sativa x China Yunnan indica.
Structure Excellent structure, short sized plant with great branching.
Bouquet It’s deep and organic aroma is reminiscent of a rainforest, full of life. It has a dense earthy flavor with floral details that lingers in the palate.
High Warm, clean and pleasant sativa effect without paranoia or anxiety. Perfect for chatting and for enjoying in good company.
Growing Tips Excellent adaptability to indoor growing. In order to obtain the best results indoors, we recommend warm temperatures (around 25ºC) during the growing stage and the first 4 weeks of flowering. In the last month, temperatures should be reduced to 20ºC for the rest of the flowering process.

Outdoors, it is a very adaptable plant that has been grown for years all throughout the Iberian Peninsula and even in colder climates such as in southern France or eastern Europe.

Orient Express is a strain that generally requires high levels of nutrients, therefore feeding her generously until the 6th flowering week in order to produce a boundless harvest.

Source : aceseeds.org


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