Marijuana Strain Wiki:

Panama Red

Panama Red
Panama Red

Strain Data

TypeHybrid
Strain BreederReeferman Seeds
Lineage/GeneticsPanamanian landrace
Indica/Sativa %Sativa-dominant
FloweringPhotoperiod
Yieldn/a
CBDn/a
THCn/a
SexRegular
Flowering Period10-13 weeks
Height200-300 cm

Overview(top)

Panama red old school red hair from panama this is the pure strain very similar to the modern punta rojo from colombia but much stronger smoke very nice pure breeding strain that has been proven a good breeder in my panama red skunk and a few others . 10-13 weeks flowering time.

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Strain History(top)

Reeferman Seeds Panama Red is so called due to the red hairs it produces. It is a very similar pure strain to Colombian Punta Rojo from Colombia but is significantly stronger. It is a good breeding strain.
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While it's not too likely that you're going to see Panama Red in a dispensary, it's likely that you've tried it if you were a smoker in the 1960's to early '90s. While it's not the most potent strain around anymore, it's definitely had it's day and likely brings back many fond memories for those who have tried it.
Panama Red grows to average height and can get pretty lanky at times. She’ll also stretch a bit during the initial few weeks of flowering. Most who grow this strain - although not many do anymore - are rewarded with a fairly decent yield of some flavorful, old-school cannabis.
Since you are very unlikely to find clones, seeds or even buds of Panama Red in a dispensary, you’re best bet if you do wish to get your hands on some is to get some seeds from the breeder, which are only available in non-feminized form.
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While it's not too likely that you're going to see Panama Red in a dispensary, it's likely that you've tried it if you were a smoker in the 1960's to early '90s. While it's not the most potent strain around anymore, it's definitely had it's day and likely brings back many fond memories for those who have tried it.
Panama Red grows to average height and can get pretty lanky at times. She’ll also stretch a bit during the initial few weeks of flowering. Most who grow this strain - although not many do anymore - are rewarded with a fairly decent yield of some flavorful, old-school cannabis.
Since you are very unlikely to find clones, seeds or even buds of Panama Red in a dispensary, you’re best bet if you do wish to get your hands on some is to get some seeds from the breeder, which are only available in non-feminized form.


May 18, 2012