In the depths of the Guatemalan jungle, Tikal flourishes. This hybrid possesses strong landrace characteristics and comprises strawberry, peach, and incense aromas. Here’s the story behind the emergence of this hybrid. A landrace Guatemalan sativa was hybridized with a Kush/Haze hybrid. The resulting strain was hybridized with the original Guatemalan lineage, which gave birth to Tikal. The induced highs expand one's consciousness into a creative force.
The flowering phase lasts for around 10-12 weeks. Growers who enjoy complex landrace strains include this magnificence into their operations. This tall plant generates elongated bud and nodal areas, which burst with bushy sativa-shaped leaves. Breeders feed Tikal moderate amounts of nutrients, which results in a quality product.
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