Sativa Dominant, S4 Endo Field Selections (2016 Oregon)
2020 Vintage, Easy to Grow
This cultivar has developed from the top selections out of 40,000 seed planting in season 2016. Strong field producer. Aggressive growing in a vegetative state allows for a later planting date and still achieves a sizable plant. Strong stems & medium-sized caliper trunk makes for easy machine harvest. Its tendency to late to start flowering allows for less worm damage and pest pressure during the peak predation months of late summer. For the same reasons as flower timing, Cherry limeade suffers less mold damage. Packs a pungent and complex sweet cherry, with a strong essence of lime and skunky pine. Two major phenotypes one purple, one green, and 10% a bright lime green color can arise.
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Compliance: Non-detectable Delta 9, D9 < 0.3
Cannabinoid Potential: For whole-plant harvest 10-12.5%, For raw flower biomass 16 - 22%, For trimmed mature flower 25%
Terpenes: Myrcene, Humulene
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Light Cycle: Full-term late - perfect plant to round out a staggered harvest when drying space is limited.
Growing Habits: Upright growth habit with short floral internodes strong on its own under the weight of rainfall and or high wind. Later to start flowering than our other varieties. Great for Southern latitudes and humid environments.
Plant Spacing: Transplants 2’ x 3’ in arid regions. Transplants 5’ x 5’ in humid souther latitudes.
Harvest Time: Mid-Late October Greenhouse/Field. 9-10 weeks-Indoor.
Harvest Volume: Variable
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