South African Kwazulu
A wild, 100% Sativa strain from the north of the Drakensberg ridge that flowers early, has a sweet taste and a physical and energising effect. Grown by generations of Shaka Zulus, who were one of AfricaÌ_åÈs most significant farmer warrior tribes, legend has it that this plant was used in the battle preparations prior to the first British attack in 1879 and that its long-lasting and galvanising properties enabled the outnumbered and outgunned Zulu army to repel the enemy invaders. One of the most resistant strains to pests and mildew, its genetics allow it to be grown indoors and outside even at European latitudes.
Bank: World of Seeds Bank
Way of cropping: Mainly outdoor
Race: Pure race obtained from Kwazulu (South Africa)
Genotype: 100% sativa
Height: Less than 1.5 m indoor/ until 2.5 meters outdoor
Width: Depending on prune. Some branched without prune
Growing time: 3-4 weeks.
Harvest time: 55-60 days indoor/medium October outdoor
Resistance to mushrooms: High because belongs to wet clime.
Resistance to plague: Depends on the plague.
Irrigation tolerance: High
Yield: 300 gr per m2 indoor/ 450 - 500 gr per plant outdoor
Medicinal value: Average (low CBD content). Application like an antiemetic and in treatment of intraocular pressure in glaucoma.
Smell: Sweet, intense
Flavour: Sweet, aniseed
Effects: Energetic, long lasting
THC Level: 17.3% measured upon the rest of cannabinoids.
8.5% measured upon the rest of organic substances belonging to buds like: amino acids, sugars, terpenoids, vegetal hormones, and cannabinoids (determined by gas chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry).