Great White North
Indica 50 / Sativa 50
Origins: unnamed African strains
Flowering: 50-53 days
Harvest: early September
Manitoba Poison is a knockout stone for the great outdoor grower: a fast relaxation and sleeping agent that combines African strains for hardy growth and an early finish outdoors at other latitudes are good, but it is especially useful in climates with short 6-7 week growing seasons and long days over summer. While Manitoba Poison works well as a multi-branch, the breeders prefer to pack them tightly in an outdoor sea of green.
This variety grows to about 4 feet tall. Her thick and durable jade leaves often darken to purple tones as she ripens. Manitoba Poison’s buds also take on purple coloration, and form dense, very mold-resistant balls or ovals. The short season and hardy flowering are reasons why this plant thrives in the temperate northern climates of Canada, the northern U.S., or Europe, ripening as early as September at 50 degrees North latitude. Manitoba Poison grows a central cola and large branches with tops that cluster heavily with bud. When well-manicured, her flowers look as if they were grown indoors. On the whole, this is a very easy strain to flower and tend. Manitoba Poison has a fresh, woodsy flavor and is essentially body relaxing and drowsy in its stone.
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