Kashmir Lolab Valley

PURE LANDRACE STRAIN FROM LOLAB VALLEY, KASHMIR
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Lolab valley is located at the northernmost part of the Indian Kashmir, in Kupwara district. It’s adjacent to Neelum valley in Azad, Kashmir to its north at 34 degrees North and altitudes ranging from 4000 to 10000 ft. This valley has been subjected to many war like situations due to being right at the line of control between India and Pakistan.

The valley is known for producing one of the highest quality fruits and herbs because of it’s exclusive wet-cold climate. Lolab valley has an exceptional climate compared to other parts of Kashmir, with tremendously high levels of precipitation during late summer (monsoons) and spring. The high humidity never drops below 70% throughout the year and mostly stays in high 80%. It acts as a natural testing zone for cannabis varieties in terms of mold and mildew because of growing and flowering in a wet-damp and mostly cloudy weather.

The signs of adaptation to this climate can be seen in the bud structure, which is very open like a pure narrow leaf equatorial variety and yet it finishes under 50 days with outstanding resin production. The open and airy bract structure becomes of central importance when mitigating risks such as tissue rot around floral bracts.

We find 2 main phenotypes in this landrace strain. First one is more thin leaved, taller and has wider inter-nodal space compared with the second one, which makes up for the part of the population with more compact structure, broader leaves and shorter inter-nodal distance. The plants develop a deep intense red stem during the flower onset and around 18-20% population has colored sap (ranging from light pink/pink to clear red).

Despite the morphological differences, every plant seems to have a clear lemon smell complimented by either a sweet/floral lavender or pine. The lemon smell is omnipresent and it is one of the most homogenized traits amongst the Lolab valley population, which can be used as a great tool for breeding lemon flavours into new or existing cultivars. The lemony terpenes develop upon drying/curing and completely overwhelms the taste pallet.

Lolab Valley landrace strain is a short season flowering plant that finishes under 50 days, with effects ranging from sedative to very cerebral. The smoke induces a slow- creeping onset of high which gradually intensifies into full blown head and body high, with the effects leaning more towards sedative category and more defined in effects felt under the skin and on body. It will be a great choice for sleeping aid and for full body relaxation. The effects are very satisfying from a subjective point of view.

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Tipo FIRST GENERATION (P1) LANDRACE STRAIN
Format Standard
Sativa / Indica ratio 50 % sativa / 50 % indica
Flowering indoors 7-8 weeks
Flowering outdoors End of September
Yield Average-Low
Resistance against spider mites High
Resistance against powder mildew High
Resistance against botrytis High
Resistance against white fly High
Resistance against cold High
Resistance against heat Average-Low
Latitude 0º-47º
Genetics First generation landrace strain from Lolab Valley, Kashmir.
Structure Columnar structure of long node length.
Bouquet Strong lemon smell complimented by either a sweet/floral lavender or pine.
High effects ranging from sedative to very cerebral. The smoke induces a slow- creeping onset of high which gradually intensifies into full blown head and body high, with the effects leaning more towards sedative category and more defined in effects felt under the skin and on body. It will be a great choice for sleeping aid and for full body relaxation.
Terpene profile It has not yet been analyzed.
Growing Tips Grows well in most environments, although it's eminently an outdoor strain for wet, cold swampy climates, showing great resistance against cold, rains, wind and fungus (botrytis and mildew), mites and aphids.

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