Papaya Cannabis Indica Strain


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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3 comments to Papaya Marijuana Strain

  • 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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