Purple Power Marijuana Strain are 100% sativa, with all the associated characteristics. The New Purple Power has been developed to be more stable in cooler, wetter climates whilst still maintaining the distinctive purple coloring and high yields. A very good producer, in optimum conditions it can yield upwards of 1,000 grams per plant in more tropical climates, yet will still produce around 500-700g in more northerly areas. The high is a very clear sativa buzz that is social and leaves you ready for creative interaction. The taste still has the tropical tang with a sweet sour note giving a very pleasant smoking experience all round.
Purple Power and New Purple Power are definitely one of the better purple strains we have tried in the last few years, Purple Power has a very distinctive sweet-sour flavor. It gives a really pleasant sativa buzz that lasts well. We found that it was a great smoke during the daytime as it meant that we could still function well.
PURPLE POWER FEMINIZED MARIJUANA SEEDS
A strong plant (50% Indica, 50% Sativa), easy to grow. Purple Afghan seeds have been crossed in Holland with Indica and Sativa varieties since 1983. The plants are fully adapted to the Dutch climate and have a respectable yield.
Purple Power Marijuana Strain
|FLOWERING TIME||10-12 WEEKS|
|TYPE / OUTDOOR||OUTDOOR|
|OUTDOOR HARVEST||EARLY OCTOBER|
|PLANT HEIGHT||MEDIUM 100cm-180cm|
This variety has calyxes that turn purple, starting at the beginning of flowering. Up to 90% of the plants turn purple. Has a rough, but subtle aroma and a very good high.
How Are Cannabis Seeds Feminized?
There are a few techniques that can produce reliably feminized seeds. One classic method is stressing out a healthy female plant by interrupting its light cycle during flowering. While that works to an extent, the more common and controlled method is to spray down female plants with a collodial silver or silver thiosulphate solution. This method makes it possible to control the sex of a plant without any genetic tinkering or modification.
Both substances are a blend of water and fine silver particles, and they work in largely the same fashion. The silver solution impedes the production of ethylene, a hormone involved in flowering. The result is a female plant, but one that produces male flowers with pollen sacs. Since those pollen sacs develop on a plant with only female genetics, female genetics are all they carry. When those flowers pollinate another female plant (one untreated by silver solutions), the resulting seeds are nearly certain to be female.
Treating plants with a silver thiosulphate solution results in seeds that will produce feminized plants nearly 100% of the time, and Kannabia’s breeders have found this method to be the most effective way to maintain the stability of the seeds and future feminized plants.