Purple Matcha

Purple Matcha by Humboldt Seed Organization is a private reserve elite strain created from the most famous California variety in the last decade which elevated the progression of the modern global cannabis movement. A 1st generation, uncirculated GSC selection and 3 Kings Blueberry Headband were combined to reach new heights in the realms of terpene profiles.

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Breeder/Brand Humboldt Seeds
INDICA 70%
SATIVA 30%
THC Content 20-25%
Genetics Sherbinski’s uncirculated GSC x 3 Kings BHB
Variety Mostly Indica
Sex Feminised
Flowering Type Photoperiod
Grows Indoors | Outdoors
Harvest month mid October
Plant height 2 - 3m
Flowering Time 60 - 65 days
Yield Indoor yield450-550 g/m2-Outdoor yield3000-4000 g/plant

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Complex and intense terpene expressions

An exclusive top-notch California variety

Hardy and vigorous growth during early vegetative stages with broad, Indica-leaning fan leaves assisted by a powerful resistance to disease. Aggressive lateral branching provides even development for later flowering periods. Dense and compact bud sites boast extremely high resin production and maintain substance all the way to the bottom of the stem. Incredibly pungent and complex terpene expressions are displayed with overpowering essence of spicy clove, cinnamon, black pepper, and lemon peel, backed by earthy pinewood and acrid berry undertones. Effects are very strong, providing a unique long-lasting head high followed by relaxing body sensations. A connoisseur selection created from Sherbinski's most private collection.

Suitable for all growers

Remarkable resistance to disease

Strong, hardy and vigorous vegetative growth assisted with aggressive lateral branching creates even plant development. Normal to modest feeding regimes are recommended. Plants require minimal maintenance throughout the entire cycle, being suitable for all cultivation skill levels. High resistance to disease and very versatile for a wide range of climatic conditions. Plants will stretch 30% on average when transitioning into the flowering period. Thinning of fan leaves to make way for deep light penetration is highly recommended. Minimal manicuring is needed underneath the canopy as bud sites provide substance all the way to the bottom of the stem. 6-9 plants per sq. meter contingent on pot size and vegetative periods are best to maximize the production of the canopy. Outdoors, single cage support is recommended to assist in later flowering stages. Secondary trellis support may be needed dependent on pot size and/or planting dates.

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