Papaya Cannabis Indica Strain

Papaya

Nirvana Seeds

Indica 85 / Sativa 15
Origins: Citral #13 x Ice #2
Flowering: 56-63 days
Harvest: late October

Papaya is Nirvana’s name for its “mango” strain – an indica-dominated variety with a thick, sweet scent and slightly spicy flavor. While fruity as the plants mature, the cured product’s sweet, full-textured smoke may call to mind a whiskey-flavored pipe tobacco more than a fleshy tropical fruit. By any name, Papaya offers a complex flavor, along with considerable THC power.

Papaya is a short gal with thin, delicate branches. She will slowly double in size from flowering induction to harvest, but tends to stay low, typically under 2 meters (6 feet). Flowers are quick to form and copious, with the slightly spongy buds often forming a “nipple” at their ends. Yields range between 300 and 400 grams per square meter in a soil-based sea of green (20 plants/m) under a 600-watt lamp. To bring out Papaya’s true palate, Nirvana recommends organically-fed cultivation. Although hydroponics cultivation may yield up to 25% more, the plants will not smell or taste anywhere near as lush as their soil-based sisters.

Glazed eyes and couch-lock are almost certain to result from smoking this indica-heavy strain. Papaya is good weed for staying at home and getting absorbed into a favorite music selection or an interesting movie. It also is worth investigation for medicinal users seeking a pure and potent indica.

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4 comments to Papaya Marijuana Strain

  • Geesh

    Papaya is the most underrated cannabis on the planet. It is fast starter, gets dark green bushy foliage quickly and then hits hyper speed when flowering begins. Very little to no smell detected until latter stages of flowering. This plant is resistant to anything…cold nights, rainy weather, mold,powdery mildew, spider mites basically indestructible..The final 3weeks it starts to really plumpen up while the foiliage turns pink,purple,yellow and the flowers get so Icy and gleam with prowess and light green coloring. The smell is tropical/pine/sweet/hints of gas or honey..really the most unique stank cannabis can emit. After about a 6-8 week minimum slow cure the dense light green nugs produce a mental calmness, added focus, social prowless and just a a good clear relaxed attitude even as the one of the strongest body highs on the planet finds its way into your entire body..The entire experience lasts 2-3 hours and lends a helping hand to insomniacs and people with eating disorders.It can mess with your vision a tad but that’s minor turbulence to an otherwise smooth flight

  • J Organic

    This was a great strain to grow. Has a very fruity smell and was very easy to trim. Buds weren’t super dense and a longer cure brings out the whiskey pipe tobacco taste. Fed organic nutrients and compost teas. It needs extra time in veg though.

  • Flower Mama

    My outdoor Papaya is almost finished. No resistance to mites but mold was never a problem and I live in a humid state. I planted late (early July) after my first grow was stolen. It is the middle of September and (due to colder than average summer) it is about 4 weeks or so from finishing. I’m thinking the middle of October if the spring holds out. Sticky buds, great smell. And I was pleased with the yield even with a late planting. The largest cola is longer than my hand and wrist and about as fat. I kept it under a screen to keep it low and maximize the multiple cola growths and it worked out great. Just for the record, I had five beans and four were males.

  • travis s.

    Growing one right now in soil, it just started flowering, ill post back on here how well iy does

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