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Nepalese Highland

Nepalese Highland
Nepalese Highland

Strain Data

TypeSativa
Strain BreederReeferman Seeds
Lineage/GeneticsPure Himalayan landrace
Indica/Sativa %0 / 100%
FloweringPhotoperiod
Yieldup to 400 gr
CBDn/a
THC22%
SexRegular
Flowering Period9 - 10 weeks
Height100-200 cm

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Nepalese Highland Seeds supplied by Reeferman have been used as the basis for many seedbanks's Nepalese strains.
Reeferman Nepalese Highland
Nepalese Highland was used as the male in the breeding programme for Reeferman's Willie Nelson strain. The structure as you would expect is of a plant with a sativa appearance, growing tall with many branches and bud sites. It has often been used in indica / sativa hybrids to increase size and potential yield of the faster maturing indica component.
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Nepalese Highland is a pure IBL (inbred line) from Nepal. Although this strain grows with a sativa structure the buds show more indica in their formation. Reeferman has sold these seeds at various times over the past decade on various seed auctions and other seed sites and this strains is known to have been used be several breeders to produce the majority of Nepali based strains that are available today. The strain is popular with breeders looking to create sativa structure in indica hybrids, where earlier finishing times are required. It also produces a larger frame to the plants which helps increase the yields. This Nepalese Highland was used as the father of Reeferman’s High Times Cannabis Cup winner Willie Nelson, along with a number of other popular Reeferman strains.
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Nepalese Highland seeds are a traditional pure landrace charas cultivar which produce strong hashish from either hand rubbing live plants or by sieving the dried harvest. In Western Nepal this strain is cultivated at an altitude of between 1000m - 3000m and displays two distinct phenotypes: the first grows to about 1.5m in height with dense, compact buds and tight internodal length, the second is rangier and reaches uop to 3m tall. As befits a strain from this region it has excellent resistance to both cold and mould and makes tremendous stock for cross breeding.
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This is a potent charas strain from the mountains of Western Nepal, now used to produce hashish through both the hand-rubbing and sieving methods. Cultivated at altitudes between about 1000m-3000m, there are two main phenotypes to be found in this strain: one between about 1.5m - 2m, and another closer to 3m. The compact phenotype has short internodes and tight bud formation. This Nepalese variety has great breeding potential for both tropical and northern growers, with excellent resistance to mold and cold, as well as highly refined resins and superb potency.
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Nepalese Highland is a pure IBL (inbred line) from Nepal. The infamous breeder, Reeferman has sold these seeds at various times over the past decade on various seed auctions and other seed sites and this strains is known to have been used be several breeders to produce the majority of Nepali based strains that are available today. The strain is popular with breeders looking to create sativa structure in indica hybrids, where earlier finishing times are required. It also produces a larger frame to the plants which helps increase the yields. This Nepalese Highland was used as the father of Reeferman’s High Times Cannabis Cup winner Willie Nelson, along with a number of other popular Reeferman strains.

Native Nepalese marijuana are a quick flowering mountain sativa. The Nepal plant is of medium size, not long internodes, very easy for growing. The branches are medium sized and strong, an acceptable size for any kind of space for both in outdoor and indoors. Although this strain grow with a sativa structure the buds show more indica in their formation. Nepalese landraces usually flower between 60-70 days giving some very good quality flowers. The Nepal buds are dense and strong, but also there are some more sativas tower-buds a bit more airy.

The production is medium but of high quality and full of resin and hard buds. The odor is a very nice floral with some more citrus and sweet scents. Nepaleses sativas tend to show a notorious odor level during flowering. Very nice and easy to grow sativa with a very acceptable yield with also a strong high been first uplifting but having also corporal and phisic effect being full body afected.

Nepalese Highland seeds are a traditional pure landrace charas cultivar which produce strong hashish from either hand rubbing live plants or by sieving the dried harvest. In Western Nepal this strain is cultivated at an altitude of between 1000m - 3000m and displays two distinct phenotypes: the first grows to about 1.5m in height with dense, compact buds and tight internodal length, the second is rangier and reaches uop to 3m tall. As befits a strain from this region it has excellent resistance to both cold and mold and makes tremendous stock for cross breeding.

May 18, 2012