Benefits Turkisch landrace
The Turkish is an original landrace, suitable for extractions it will find the tastes of hash old school of the 1980s. The flowers are they as powerful with a sweet scent of hash. A variety particularly suited to lovers of old-fashioned hash.
How is the Turkish landrace strain originated:
The Turkish comes from a gift from a friend who following a road trip has brought back a few batches of seeds selected on site. Once here I was able to work on several generations for the most indica side possible at first and also the hashy side of this strain.
Flowering and growth from Turkish landrace
The flowering time is 9 to 10 weeks, the stretch is moderate from X3 to X4, the plant grows in the shape of Christmas tree not requiring special care.
The harvest is plentiful, with large buds well supplied
The taste is old-fashioned hashy
Medical properties: N.A
Plant height will give you a idea how the height will be from your cannabis plants
What kind of taste and smell can you expect when buying cannabis seeds in sanniesshop, a overview of different taste and smell property’s from each strain, Beware every seed is a individual and can vary in taste and smell
Flowering time means the time the plant/buds need to get fully ripe (harvesting time) and we measure this time from the clock is turned on 12/12 cicle.
Plants from different country’s and area’s can have different flowering time’s. These are putted in groups like : Indica / Sativa / Hybride / ruduralis. Al these type of plants have different flowering periods and are mentioned in the seeds feature.
A indica type of plant has a shorter flowering period from around the 7-9 weeks while sativa’s can have flowering periods from 10-13 weeks or more. The hybride is a combination from those plants with flowering times that will be in between so around the 10 weeks.
The grow period of seedlings is always at least 3-4 weeks, this grow period they will take and it doesnt matter if tthe clock is on 18/6 or 12/12. The 12/12 from start method is a good method but sanni shop advice’s to use hybride’s or sativa’s to be sure you get the space nicely filled. With indica type of plants we advice to put in more plants on a m2 like example 16-24 plants on a m2
The grow period is also depending on the type of plants even as the amount of plants on a m2. A sativa dominant plant need a shorter grow period as a indica type of plant.For example a grow room from 1m2 filled with 9 sativa’s would need almost no grow period to fill the space while a indica type of plant needs 3-4 weeks to fill up the same space before you can switch the colock to 12/12. This is why its better to use more indica type of plants on a m2. In this way the sativa’s dont have to take so much longer in total as a indica plant.
Sativa type plants grow for another 3-5 weeks after putting the clock on 12/12 while indica’s grow for 2-3 weeks after the clock is on 12/12. This is usable info to prodict youre own veg and flo period with a filled up grow room
- 9 weeks
- 10 weeks
The harvest is as big as the weakest link !
Sannie shop counts the harvest in m2 (600 watt) and flowering period. It should not sound weird that sativa plants have longer flowering periods but also the plants with the highest harvest in grams. Indica’s will have shorter flowering time as that a sativa has, the length of the flo time and amount off harvest should be counted beside each other. Hybrid plants have the best of both worlds and can give good harvest in a average flo period of around the 10 weeks
Methodes to enhance your results are :
SOG (sea of green) which means that the plants are growed in full force without topping or fimming
Scrog (screen of green) which means the plants are tied down on a scrog net and all the shoots will be on the same height
Climate is the most important link in you re grow room and is for 60-70 % responsible for the weight of you re harvest.
Sannie´s shop advice all our customers to grow on soil with organic nutrients to be sure you get the most natural taste and best harvest.The genetics can be choosed for taste-harvest and experience and last but not least preference. Knowing the strain you are growing will make sure you get the best harvest.
- up to 500 grams
Type of plant means like : indica / sativa / hybride – auto flower
Indica type of plant are short and busy which tend to grow wide instead of tall, indica is shorter in flowering time but needs more veg time to fill up the space.
Indica type of plants gives a more stoned feeling which are preferred by medical users, stoned feeling is more in the body.
Hybrid type of plants are hanging between the indica and the sativa type of plants which give them also the properties form both, they grow to medium heights and need more space as there indica sisters, 5-9 plants on 1m2 will be filling up the space nicely.
Because they are crosses between indica and sativa type of plant we as breeder try to collect the best of both worlds in one seeds,
The hybrid’s can give a stoned/high or a combination feeling, it depends which type of hybrid you will get, for commercial growing the hybrids are favorite
Sativa type of plants need space and height and you need less plants on a m2 to fill up the space, she can grow to big heights, the last years there is a hype of growing sativa’s in a scrog method.
Sativa’s give a good and balanced high and will take you re brain to another dimension instead of locking you into you re bank.
Turkey mullein ( Eremocarpus setigerus )
Turkey mullein is a summer annual broadleaf plant that grows in open, dry areas. It is a native of California that usually requires a disturbance to establish and is found throughout to 3300 feet (1000 m), except for the Great Basin and central and eastern deserts. Turkey mullein is generally considered a desirable member of natural vegetation communities. Birds and small mammals depend on its seeds for food. Sometimes, however, it is problematic in agricultural land and other disturbed areas. Turkey mullein is killed by frost and grows poorly in wet areas. Livestock generally avoid turkey mullein when more suitable forage is present. When ingested, the fibrous, indigestible hairs can create blockages in the digestive track. Most problems occur when livestock eat contaminated hay. Leaves contain a substance toxic to fish and other compounds that discourage insect feeding.
Dry pastures, vineyards, orchards, rangeland, summer-fallowed fields, dry sandy washes, roadsides and other disturbed, unmanaged sites.
The cotyledons (seed leaves) are oval to egg shaped and covered with star-shaped hairs, which give the plant a gray-green, mealy appearance. The first few leaves are oval to heart shaped, densely covered with star-shaped hairs and larger than the cotyledons. Leaves are alternate to one another along the stem, are pale gray-green, and give off a strong scent when crushed.
The mature plant is low growing and often has a mounded shape from about 8 to 31 inches (20–80 cm) in diameter. Stems and leaves are densely covered with bristly, star-shaped hairs. The leaves are thick, oval to nearly round, and when crushed, have an unpleasantly sweet odor and a clear sap.
Flowers bloom from May through October. They are small, inconspicuous, lack petals, and arise in clusters at the tip of branches, or at the junction where the stem and the stalks of lower leaves meet.
Fruits are oblong, roughly 1/6 of an inch (4 mm) long, hairy, and have one chamber.
Seeds are oblong to egg shaped, with a rounded back. The surface is smooth, dark brown or black with a white to gray mottling, or gray with black stripes. Seeds are about 1/8 to 1/6 of an inch (3–4 mm) in length.