Sensi Seeds - INDOOR/GREENHOUSE STRAINS
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Topic: Sensi Seeds - INDOOR/GREENHOUSE STRAINS
Posted: 22 July 2005 at 14:39
Now here's your chance to grab a piece of the good ol' American Dream. An ideal cash cropper with white crystals frosting not only the buds, but also the stem and beginning of the leaves. This super Indica flowers in seven weeks and will keep you dreaming for hours.
A fine blend of sweet, orange flavored Californian strains, combined with a 'skunky' hash flavored Indica. A versatile plant which performs well under all conditions. The 'Christmas tree' type specimens with lots of side branching tend to be this strain's big yielder.
An Indica/ Sativa cross of the highest order. Both sides of the Indica and Sativa spectrum are fully expressed in this strain. The sweet aroma comes from our most delicious
At the Cannabis Cup in November '97 we were honored to meet Mrs. Rita Marley. Her presence in the atmosphere of the Cup made us decide to start to work on something special. A strain that we would create in respect for Bob Marley, her late husband. Bob Marley spread not only the fine sound of reggae, but also the Rastafarian religious Cannabis spirit around the globe and we can still feel his vibes today. The skills of the whole Sensi Seed research-lab were focused on work with some selected Jamaican plants that had been present in our mother rooms already for many years. Amazing results were found in an extraordinary hybrid we made with a fresh Indica related to our Maple Leaf Indica strain. A fresh, sweet, cerebral Jamaican high with a short inter-node length and heavy duty wide-fingered Indica leafs. This plant will astonish everyone.
A strong plant with that typical ‘skunky’ taste and high. It has a high calyx-to-leaf ratio with large, full buds (donkey dicks). Its excellent yield makes this one an absolute must for the indoor and green- house grower.
The Shiva Shanti® is a 3 way hybrid which consists mostly a Afghani strain that we call Garlic Bud because of its characteristic aroma. The Shiva Shanti II® contains a smaller proportion of this Garlic Bud and is added with Skunk and another Afghani. It is a less stable 4-way hybrid but quality-wise very nice.
This cross between Skunk #1® and Northern Lights #5® is one of the most reliable varieties that we have ever produced. Excellent hybrid vigor and yield make this one a snap to grow. Works superbly indoors as well as in a greenhouse. Taste and high are similar to Skunk #1® -a rich, sweet pungency, but with more resin and better yield. It's high calyx to leaf ratio means you can almost throw those scissors away as very little manicuring is required. An absolute must for beginners or experts.
This 3-way hybrid contains Early Pearl®, Skunk #1® and Northern Lights®. This hybrid is quicker and sweeter than the Shiva Skunk®. Excellent indoor and greenhouse results. Plants exhibit frosted resinous characteristics of the Northern Lights #5®, the sweetness and calyx-to-leaf ratio of Early Pearl® and Skunk®. One of our favourites and the winner of the mixed Indica/Sativa category at the Cannabis Cup.
Originally an Indica-Sativa hybrid, Skunk #1® is now one of the most consistently performing true breeding strains in the world. Skunk #1® produces large buds with a very high calyx-to-leaf ratio. An excellent choice for the indoor and greenhouse grower.
A hybrid between our best Hindu Kush® and the famous Skunk #1®. It has the distinctive qualities of Skunk and the unique pungency of
This plant is especially developed for Skunk lovers. We have crossed our best Skunks back to their Afghani ancestors. Brush against this plant and the room immediately becomes filled with a powerful Skunk aroma. Despite the smell a very pleasant high with more body to it than the Skunk #1®.
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Joined: 11 February 2013
|Quote Reply Posted: 11 February 2013 at 01:44|
Howdy. Looking at acquiring some fruity juice seeds. Got some questions bout the current state of the strain. I ask because it was initially created back in the mid 90's, so im curious if the current offering maintains all the good qualities that first made it great. Are the same mother plants used? Is it still and f1 hybrid? Are there any current grow journals around? Brief search turned up nothin so far.
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