Hokkaido Japan Hemp Regular Seeds

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ACEHJHREG
Short Description
Japanese hemp strain.
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Hokkaido Japan Hemp is a stable hemp strain from the northern island of Hokkaido in Japan where cannabis plants have been cultivated for fibre for at least 2000 years. In fact the Japanese tradition of hemp use has been scientifically authenticated to date back at least 10,000 years. Cannabinoid production is at low levels.

Following a new trade deal between Japan and France whereby European hemp stock with less than 0.2% THC will be introduced, Ace Seeds has taken the decision to make this native variety available to collectors, preservationists and to breeders.

Hokkaido Japan Hemp's structure is distinctly reminiscent of Ace Seeds' China Yunnan indica pheno although it is more vigorous, has more branching with longer inter-nodes and much darker leaves. It is a 50/50 indica/sativa strain and can be grown very successfully indoors as well as in its natural outdoor environment. Flowering commences outdoors shortly after the summer solstice and is over in a 6 - 8 week period for August/ear;y September harvests in northern latitudes. Its flowers resemble spiky landrace sativa blooms with few trichomes.

It has an average resistance to spider mite, more so in the case of white fly but has high resistance to powdery mildew, botrytis, extremes of hot and cold weather with its limits of suitability for outdoor cultivation being between 0° - 50° N and S.

THC levels are between 0.6 - 1% while CBD is also low at less than 0.6%. Terpene production is also low with a little alpha-pinene being produced.

Yields are average and cannabinoid production low with

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Fabricante Ace Seeds
Genética Hokkaido P2
Variedad Indica / Sativa
Tipo de floración Fotoperíodo
Sexo Regular
Nivel THC Mínimo (0-5%)
Nivel THC 0.6% - 1%
Nivel CBD <0.6%
Rendimiento Mediano
Localidad Exterior, Interior
Max Tiempo de Floración 8 semanas
Floración 42 - 56 days
Periodo de cosecha August/early September