Colombian marijuana varieties are three major Colombian varieties: corinto, punto rojo and mango biche. the Santa Marta golden is characterized mainly by its form of dried, the Santa Marta as variety lost his inheritance pure, Today is a landrace very impure. others are known as san Agustin or manizales black but it is the same varieties bred by farmers and than they acquire different shades in effect, while being of the same variety. vegetative: 4 to 5 months. Flowering: between 3 and 4 months characteristic taste and smell hash and stoned immediate, powerful, disorienting, physical. appreciated by farmers because of its high yield and resistance to fungus and mildew. good results in cold weather. fastgrowing plant, much branched from the base, thin and dark foliage. can be identified from germinating by stem red pigmentation, characteristic that disappears in midvegetative stage. the preflowering in the mango biche activates a second phase of growth, during which can double in size while flowering, growing from a modest plant squalid appearance and sparse foliage, to a dense bush of magnificent proportions. its strong, pungent and acid odor evokes the smell of green fruit, immature, Biche. and this from the beginning of flowering, its main attraction. its sparse buds, messy and crowded join together forming large queues that usually ends breaking, yielding to its own weight. when mature, a mango biche in good condition is a chubby monster appearance and production can, in optimal conditions, exceed 3 kilos of dry matter per plant, none surpasses the mango biche productivity. vegetative: 3 to 4 months. flowering between 3 and 3 months. variety from Corinth region in Cauca, one of the main producing areas of Colombia. the corinto presents two phenotypes; a sativa tall and branched and other Indica small and conical. on occasion there is a very short stature phenotype sativa and flowers look great, sometimes we find one of equal height that the indica that no branches but it made ??a huge buds like balls in the armpits.
Shaped christmas tree, little branched, reaching great heights in a short time of flowering is homogeneous throughout the plant. with buds even, dense and small, slightly resinous aroma without marking or characteristic. although is a large plant, not is a great producer, but has the advantage of more uniform ripening faster than their other mates. the punto rojo has variations depending on their place of cultivation, but it is the same punto rojo here be named: high mountain central valleys punto rojo scorpion punto rojo purple of highlands. vegetative: between 2 and 4 months. Flowering: 3 to 3 months. this variety is typical of mountain areas in the highlands at lower temperatures, has been developed to be more resistant to extreme conditions. well, this variety can regulate its size, delaying or accelerating flowering depending on external conditions. has a vegetative growth phase of 24 months, but usually is a plant of medium size and relatively fast maturation. during flowering sharp change to violetblack pigmentation of their foliage, beginning with the ovaries and maturity with small green leaves. this feature has developed perhaps as protection against UVA excess of high altitudes. when the buds are dried, take a striking dark color with a sweet smell and mellow. very good flavor and strong smoked has much CBD, but good combination, making it the favorite in the effects. (Central Valleys) vegetative: 4 to 5 months. flowering: 3 to 4 months. the punto rojo varies by region of origin, but is known by the same name. is grown commercially for its high productivity. fast growing, highly branched conical and dark foliage and generous. their pistils are red, this feature is more marked where the sun reaches directly flowers and disappears in shadier sites, where they remain white. large outbreaks, rounded, compact and well formed. produces very little resin glands barely perceptible, thus demonstrating that the effect is not always related to the amount of crystals. soft, sweet smell, physical effects, stoned progressive and good taste. punto rojo scorpion (from coffee region) vegetative: 3 to 4 months. Flowering: 3 to 3 months. plant conical, little branched somewhat pale foliage, with an elongate main flake which tends to bend by its own weight as it gains density. the scorpion has a natural tendency to regeneration and its summit is always in apical growth, even after completely blossomed and matured all the plant and be almost on the floor, his vegetative tip will tend to straighten and .
And. grow upright toward the sun, evoking the shape of the tail of a scorpion. with very dense buds and elongated clusters form stacked in long lines of compactness and good resin, pigmentation of their ovaries and some of the smaller leaves indicate its maturity. very little aroma, something citrus. physical stone but not very powerful, allowing delight without exceeding, creamy soft smoking, good flavor but not very tasty. the Santa Marta golden was cultivated on the northern coast, mainly in the Sierra Nevada and which gave its golden hue and its effect was just the way indigenous drying, was tearing strips of bark from the stems in end of flowering, with the lack of that section of stem, the plant will receive fewer nutrients slowly dying and taking its tone yellow or golden and get stressed, producing more resin, taking effect that characterizes. after the bonanza marimbera in Colombia the government proceeded to the destruction of this plant, spraying forests with chemicals. those who were in the habit of drying, they stopped and so this variety was disappearing, surviving plants were crossed with other varieties, lost purity as is happening today with the Corinto. there is talk of CRIPI. with this name are designated hybrid varieties and cross developed in countries like Holland. when someone says CRIPI does not refer to national marijuana, Colombian, refers to foreign marihuanas. Colombian varieties are so popular, that were used for to the haze and skunk SKUNK used plants from Afghanistan, Mexico and the Santa Marta golden Colombian.
Kings of Cannabis Full Length Documentary
music playing KRISHNA ANDAVOLU: We’re on the side of a mountain. And there’s about thousands of marijuana plants around us. This is like, two, three hectares like 20, 30,000 plants.
And then you know that you’re going to find a champion there if you look long enough. It’s a massive field, full of pot. KRISHNA ANDAVOLU: You might not know who Arjan Roskam is, but you’ve probably smoked his weed.
Since 1985, arjan’s been producing some of the most wellknown strains of marijuana out of Amsterdam. We joined up with him and his crew in Colombia to look for three rare marijuana strains. So after about a few hours of sleep, we’re headed to Cali to check out the biggest weed operation in Colombia.
good. Let’s rock and roll. KRISHNA ANDAVOLU: First stop, the massive grow operation of local legend El Gato, Arjan’s key Colombian contact. He’d be our guide throughout the trip.
El gato: speaking spanish ARJAN ROSKAM: So here we go, guerrillastyle growing, guys, in the mountains of the FARC. Look here. KRISHNA ANDAVOLU: Colombia produces the most cocaine in the world.
But it’s also one of the most fertile places on earth to grow cannabis. And while the country allows for recreational amounts of marijuana, growing weed on an industrial scale remains highly illegal. ARJAN ROSKAM: If you look at the.
Plants, they’re all moving. You feel a little breeze going through. Not too much, but just enough to make them strong and make sure there’s no stale air around the buds. This is the biggest in Colombia. It’s probably maybe the biggest in South America.
Or paraguay also have really big ones. Not like this. ARJAN ROSKAM: But not like this, and not this kind of quality. KRISHNA ANDAVOLU: In 1992, Arjan opened his first coffee.