Swami Organic Seed Cannabis Type:
Guerrero x Panama
70’s farmed drug line from Guerrero x Panama region by collector circa mid 70’s
Medicinal, Sensory Effects:
These are coastal highland Mexican farmed drug line sativas from Guerrero and Panama regions circa mid70’s. I used the best female Guerrero I found and pollinated her with a rather nice Panama male.
The Guerrero Mexican finishes roughly from 70 days up…which is rather fast for a Mexican sativa…again, these are farmed lines that were used for export. The Panama Red definitely take longer to flower than the Guerrero.
This is an untested Swami Organic Seed landrace hybrid which is no doubt a central/equatorial sativa expressing beast. This would probably benefit from a breeding to another type…specifically a more indica leaning modern hybrid.
Some F1’s can probably be flowered from seed at 12/12. This is most likely the one-of-a-kind highland Guerrero Mexican with classic Lebanese hash plant import expressions from the 70’s farmed drug lines of the day, producing the garlic flavors of the early 80’s Pacific Northwest bud such as KGB, the ‘Udub’, and possibly even providing the lost lineage of the infamous G13 in my opinion, further genetic testing and mapping needed.
Disclaimer: Please note that we do not take responsibility for the traits expressed in cannabis that appear in phenotype expression and variation of effect. Some of these types are unrefined landrace crosses, landrace hybrids, etc., and may exhibit undesirable traits not bred out yet or developed into a stable line. However, the history of the lines speak for themselves and any known imperfections are not offered. We do not exaggerate early flowering times, as most sativa/indica hybrids will have flowering time variations that range between both parents realistically between 55 and over 100 days to full fruition depending upon expression and line.