Rasol gathered by CoCo Genes from the wild of the Rasol region in Himachal Pradesh, India x Nag Champa by Terp Fi3nd
The mother was a long flowering (14-16 weeks), extremely tall phenotype from the Rasol landrace. Relatively short stature in veg that will grow 2-3x height in flower with surprisingly thick colas resting at the top. Notes of guava, apricot, mint and eucalyptus were the top flavors in this complex wild variety.
The father is a fast flowering, stacked, very dense, resinous male that produced notes of pineapple, cheese and sandalwood funk. Halfway through flower the male flowers and every single leaf turned almost pitch black with dark purple stems.
This combination of wild landrace and opposing hybrid creates a truly unique tapestry of phenotypes ranging from feral to modern, and from mint guava to pineapple sandalwood.
All strains have been tested for germentation and starting viability.