Flowering time for indoor is counted from the day the 12/12 light cycle is started and is based on the standard 4 weeks vegetative time from seed. It can vary depending on style of grow (seed plants/clones, hydro/soil, etc.), the products used, and quality of plant care. Outdoor flowering is also influenced by the time of sowing, soil/nutrients/water quality, weather, and pests.
Yield will vary in each individual grow because it depends on many factors that you influence: the size of your plants, light intensity, quality of plant care, cultivation style, products used, etc. Our max. yield is based on gr/m2 under 400W HPS/m2, organic soil cultivation with seeds and a 4 week vegetative time.
Aroma or taste is based on our results in organic soil cultivation. It can vary according to your style of grow, substrates, use of additional products (pesticides, fertilizers, etc.) and the drying/curing process. Avoid giving fish emulsion during flowering, using plant or bud boosters, and similar products.
Germination results will vary when pre-soaking seeds in water. Fresh seed stock can germinate under these conditions - but not always. Most often, only pre-germinating in moist paper tissue works for fresh seeds. But this is also not full-proof and should only be done if you have enough seeds to spare.
To prevent complications, and achieve the consistent level of high germination rates that you should be getting from our seeds, please trust our advice and follow our guidelines in the GERMINATION GUIDE. Customers who soak their Mandala seeds in water or wet paper tissue do so at their own risk. We are not accountable for any failure in germination or complications caused by this method. If you have any issues regarding germination please read our Germination Troubleshooting Guide carefully before contacting us.
Please read our Germination Guide before germinating your Mandala seeds. Due to the high quality and fresh stock of our seeds we advise against soaking the seeds in water or germinating in paper tissue. >> READ MORE
Democratic Republic of Congo
11-13%, CBD: 0,16%
Energetic up-high, uplifting, mentally stimulating, refreshing, active, creative. Great for partying, outdoor activities, daytime work.
skunky, peppermint, lemon cleaner.
Assists against depression and lethargy.
late October (south) - November (north)
The DRC is one of the biggest producers of marijuana in Africa yet the genetics are rarely available outside of the country. With our easy to grow feminised hybrid you can get a taste of this special equatorial Sativa. White Magic is a very versatile strain with high mold resistance. She can be cultivated in tropical to warm temperate environments up to 45°N. The plants withstand heat and have been stress-tested up to 48°C/118°F in a greenhouse. Cultivators in regions with a constant photoperiod or high humidity should especially consider growing this strain. The plants have relatively long internodes, which has to be taken into account when growing in containers or a greenhouse. Late planting and pruning is recommended if a moderate size is desired. We recommend timing the planting season to allow for approx. one month vegetative growth. In a mediterranean or hot climate, plant height averages between 1,70 to 2,10 meters in containers, if they are planted in June (northern hemisphere) and left unpruned. White Magic responds well to LST (low stress training) and she is generally easy to grow. Trimming the bottom shoots further simplifies plant care and increases the strength of the upper branches. Profuse lateral branching needs to be supported or trained. This strain grows well in quality horticultural grade potting soil, but still requires additional feedings during flowering if grown in containers. Sufficient nutrients should be provided over the full life cycle.
The Congo landrace typically grows huge foxtail colas that extend outwards like tentacles. That wild side may still shine through in some of the White Magic females. But most plants typically grow denser colas with a cone-shaped tip. And that creamy coating of resin puts a smile on any growers face. Once you see the flowering colas glistening in the sun you will know why she is called “white”! Clear to slightly milky resin is typical right up to the end. During flowering you will find yourself engulfed in a sweet smell when you brush against the plants. Freshly harvested buds can also emit a peppery smell that is so typical of African strains, but this tends to disappear later during curing.
The high is a creative-intellectual awakening with an electric edge. This is a very active buzz that leaves you functional and motivated. The cannabinoid profile is nicely balanced and allows you to indulge on a cerebral Sativa trip without worrying about negative side effects like a racy heart. Just enjoy the ride and let her do her magic!
Info: LST or low stress training is a technique to keep the plants short and it also helps in developing the side branches. As long as the main stem is still supple it can be bent vertically.
We like to use a simple construction of long bamboo sticks (these are available at most garden centers). The stem is fastened with self-locking nylon cable ties. These are cheap and very practical for tying plants and/or supporting longer shoots.
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