|Genetics||Our best parental plants of first generation pure Honduras (purple high yielding Colombian phenotype) x Panama Goddess elite (F10).|
|Sex||Regular and Feminized|
|Flowering Time||12-13 weeks|
|Seed Bank||Ace Seeds|
Panama Goddess, the elite parent with which we have developed our best Panama hybrids of recent years, has in this case been crossed with our best parents of Honduran sativa (purple high yielding Colombian phenotype) to produce this new Central American sativa.
Honduras x Panama grows with the typical spruce tree structure, and with the impressive vigour and classic strength of the most productive and corpulent Central American sativas. Its structure tends towards the desirable robustness and manageable stretch of the highly worked Panama line, which also contributes its excellent adaptability to indoor cultivation. The fresh, wild and vibrant genetics from Honduras, together with the heterosis typical of F1 hybrids, work to greatly enhance the vigour and production of this 100 % sativa cross.
The flowering develops progressively and at a steady pace, constantly producing generous reflowerings. The main tips and side branches grow to accumulate enormous floral structures that are united in the form of long and heavy colas across the plant. Given strong light intensity, enough space for its development and the right feeding and warm temperatures, the final yield of this hybrid can be astonishing.
Lovers of old school Central American sativas will be as happy as kids in a sweetshop with the terpenes and the psychoactivity of this variety. Sweet, lemony, incense and vanilla aromas of the refined Panama, with a dangerous background like flammable/fermented gas accompanied by the woody touches and violet petal perfumes of the purple Honduras. A Central American sativa effect of the highest quality. At the end of the flowering and with a bit of cold temperatures, the flowers acquire a beautiful deep purple tone typical of the purple Honduras and the Highland Colombian sativas, with certain plants showing the characteristic red/pink pistils of the Panama Red and the Colombian 'Punto Rojo' strains.