This South East Asian landrace sativa is grown by the Hmong people of Laos producing a very high quality pure landrace cannabis product. This late flowering mold resistant strain is powerful yet does not produce the "anxiety" sometimes associated with South East Asian sativas. It displays a large open calyx pattern and has notes of sandalwood. Outdoors a greenhouse will be necessary to finish successfully, indoors a vegetative regimen of 14 hours light is sufficient with 11 hours during the flowering phase. Highland Lao cures to a very pale green.
Today marijuana found in Southeast Asia is very common and known as: kancha, kanhcha, kan xa, and can xa. All of which indicate that the Southeast Asian supply came from India or the Himalayas. In Loas, marijuna is legal, easy and cheap to obtain.
Breeder: Hmong people
Flowering Time: 14-18 weeks
up to 400 gr
Good For: Having a Lao Cuisine.
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