Brazilian landrace strains refer to the wild cannabis varieties that grow in the rainforests and mountainous regions of the Brazilian Amazon. Most Brazilian landrace strains convey sativa characteristics, with plentiful long leaves and the ability to grow quite tall.
Some online growers report a common trait of peppery, spiced- earth flavors with a citrus fruit terpene palate.
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As landrace strains, Brazilian sativas developed hardy resistance to pests and diseases thanks to generations of stabilized genetics. Cultivars grow well indoors but prefer an outdoor, humid climate similar to its Amazon home. Cultivators claim Brazilian landraces take longer to flower, typically in 9-10 weeks when grown indoors and towards the end of November outdoors. Online sources also recommend regular pruning to ensure proper light exposure at the lower branches.
At full maturity, Brazilian landrace strains should produce moderate yields of fluffy, spicy green nugs.
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