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Authentic mountain landrace from the small Rasol Village. Rasol farmers have been growing this pure Himalayan cultivar for hundreds of years for making the Rasol cream, famous throughout India for producing a legendary and high-quality charas cream. The Rasol landrace is cold-resistant and relatively early maturing.

This is a pure sativa which is surprisingly fast flowering as it has adapted to the harsh mountain climate.
It isn’t hard to see why, with its powerful minty/fruity aromas along with its joyful high, Rasol produces one of the very best charas of the whole Himalayas. The Rasol landrace encompasses many different genotypes. Since it is a hash plant, some specimens produce high levels of THC whereas others are CBD dominant. Likewise, the plants express a wide array of terpene profiles. Therefore, it is a great strain for pheno-hunters.

It is one of the fastest-flowering Indian sativa landraces. In Rasol, the villagers harvest the plants from the end of September up until the beginning of November. Thanks to its cold-resistance and fluffy buds, the Rasol cultivar can perform well outdoors in northern climates. It is not very susceptible to botrytis and other fungal diseases. Many specimens have red stems even when the temperatures aren’t cold, a common trait throughout the Himalayas.

Our friend at Coco Genes collected the seeds from the 2018 harvest directly at source. The Khalifa team then performed a controlled open pollination (indoors) in order to increase the sexual stability. Thanks to the remoteness of the area, the Rasoli landrace is still purer than many other cultivars from the Parvati Valley. By the same token, Rasol is also much less touristy than neighboring Malana where the local landrace already shows obvious signs of hybrid contamination. That being said, it is paramount to preserve the genetics before the same thing happens in Rasol.

A percentage of each sale of Rasol seed pack is used to help the people of India preserve their Landraces.



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Additional Information

Format Standard
Sativa / Indica ratio 100 % sativa
THC 2-7 %
CBD 0-4 %
Flowering indoors 11-15 weeks
Flowering outdoors Early October to early November
Yield Average
Resistance against spider mites High
Resistance against powder mildew High
Resistance against botrytis High
Resistance against white fly Average-High
Resistance against cold High
Resistance against heat Average-Low
Latitude 0º-48º
Genetics Landrace strain (P2) open pollinated indoors to increase the sexual stability.
Structure This vigorous cultivar will grow tall with long internodes. About 15% of the phenotypes develop red stems regardless of the temperatures. The buds are wispy which makes them extremely mold resistant.
Bouquet Minty, fruity, herbal, spicy.
High Joyful, euphoric, pain relieving.
Terpene profile It has not yet been tested.
Growing Tips Because the plants have an important flowering stretch, it is advisable to flip them to flower after only 10 to 14 days of vegetative growth.

Also keeping the plants in small containers until the end of the flowering stretch (between day 45 and day 55) will help minimize the stretch indoors. Then it is advised to transplant into bigger pots to prevent the plants from becoming root-bound.

Although these plants are vigorous and easy to grow, they are very sensitive to over-feeding. For that reason, it is recommended that growers use relatively poor soil.

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