Written by S.T.Oner, Cannabis Sativa vol.1
Genetics: Landrace Hawaiian
Flowering: 8-9 weeks
Even though Hawaii is the 4th smallest state in the U.S., it still houses a hell of a lot of good cannabis genetics. There are several of these landrace sativa strains featured in this very book, and Waipi’o Hapa is one of the rarer types. America’s Centennial Seeds due to popular demand, are offering the seeds once more.
Originally from the Waipi’o Valley on the North Shore of the Big Island, this strain was stabilized by Centennial Seeds and the F2 females averaged a height of around 5.5 feet. The flowering time, too, is on the short side for a pure sativa, sitting around the 8 or 9 week mark. These plants are strong in both structure and temperament, and have both sturdy growth patterns and minimal sensitivity to nutrient and pH drift. They also have a wide canopy all the way down their stalks, with many bud sites.
These plants are pretty heavy duty, and give heavy yields of buds that smell like the Singapore Botanical Gardens: full of lime, hibiscus and fresh waterfalls. A pure sativa all the way, the smoke will leave you hugely stimulated and unable to stay in one place, so pack a bowl of Waipi’o Hapa when you wake up and everyone will think you’ve turned over an impressively productive new leaf. Little will they know that you’re actually high as a North Shore wave during the Eddie.
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