Thai Chi strain
Thai Chi of Ace Seeds is a feminized marijuana seed of Asian character. This strain is born from the cross between Thai Chiang Mai from Thailand and Kali China. The result is a mostly sativa strain extremely vigorous, with a THC of 16%.
Thai Chi – Cultivation and yield
The plant will grow during its first weeks of life being robust, compact and with wide leaves of indica appearance. Then it will stretch and form irregular branches, typical of Thai genetics. The flowering period will be 70-77 days.
Thai Chi strain can be grown both indoors and outdoors obtaining medium-high yields. Indoors, its cultivation is easy if it is given strong light intensity in a large space for it to grow. Outdoors, it can be grown in warm climates, although it is also very resistant to cold and rain. SOG or SCROG crops are recommended, due to its great production in the main cola as well as in the side branches.
Effects and flavors
The aromas of grape, lemon and damp earth predominate in this strain. You will also appreciate spicy notes combined with mint and chocolate flavors that linger on the palate. The effects of Thai Chai have a moderate/high potency with clear sativa qualities. It improves the mood and generates feelings of energy and activity without producing nervousness or paranoia. It is an ideal variety to develop a positive state of mind and great introspection.
Thai Chiang Rai
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Basic / Breeders Info
Thai Chiang Rai is a sativa variety from Landrace Team and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±98 days ) and outdoors . Landrace Teams Thai Chiang Rai is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.
Landrace Teams Thai Chiang Rai Description
The seeds of these sativa plants come from the North East of the province of Chiang Rai. The plant has a vegetative stage 12 -18 weeks, its structure is conical with an imposing central bud, medium internodal spaces, its branches are symmetrical with short spaces between each flowering bud, its leaves are large, medium-sized and very jagged. Intense olive green with a very peculiar brightness;
The seeds are of medium size with a soft ocher gray colour with dark veins and mottled with amber colour. The flowering of this beautiful Sativa goes from 12 weeks to 16 weeks with thin clusters of flowering in the shape of a wheat spike. Iits calyxes are medium and very resinous, the flowering of the main bud is long and massive, it looks compact but the interior of each bud is airy with endings like wheat. The aromas of this beautiful resin are of papaya, dragonfruit and golden berry. It is a fresh and sweet aroma, its flavor is woody and fruity. Active, energetic, cerebral, euphoric long-lasting effect disappears without leaving any trace of heaviness in the body.
Please note: the presence of hermaphroditic individuals is not to be ruled out.
Genetics: Thai Chiang Rai Landrace
Sourcing: Personally sourced
Height: 2 metres max in outdoor
Vegetative: 1-18 weeks
Flowering: 12-16 weeks
Aroma: papaya, dragonfruit, golden berry
Flavour: woody and fruity
Effect: cerebral, euphoric, long lasting. No drowsiness
Characteristics: intense olive bright green.
Thai Chiang Rai Gallery
Here you see the latest Thai Chiang Rai photos, uploaded from our users! Altogether we’ve collected 4 pictures from Landrace Teams Thai Chiang Rai, check out our Thai Chiang Rai gallery to view them all.
Maejo University (MJU)—a branch of Thailand’s Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation—is Thailand’s oldest agriculture-focused educational and research institution, founded in 1934. Located 14km north of Chiang Mai, in Thailand’s mountainous North, MJU is the ideal institution for researching the agriculture and agronomy of the cannabis plant in the tropics.
The Thai Cannabis Corporation (TCC)—founded in 2010—first formalized its relationship with MJU in a Memorandum of Understanding signed in 2017, which made TCC MJU’s exclusive commercial partner with regard to the agriculture and agronomy of the cannabis plant.
This relationship blossomed on 24th August 2020, with the signing of a contract in which TCC and Maejo agreed to undertake a joint public-private research project to identify and commercialize cultivars (also known as “strains”) of the cannabis plant which had the potential to be profitable when grown by farmers in Thailand and in other nations with similar climate, elevation, soil, etc. (collectively “terroir“). Maejo would certify the best cultivars, and TCC would have the exclusive right to multiply these certified cultivars’ seeds to make them available in wholesale quantities—including feminized seeds. For this exclusive right, TCC would pay a royalty to Maejo.
It is expected that:
- Seeds of these certified cultivars, and clones thereof, will provide the foundation of Thailand’s cannabis-plant industry.
- Because TCC’s costs of production are so much lower than those of seed producers in the developed world, hemp farmers in the temperate zone (e.g., Canada, the USA, Europe, and Australia) will become more profitable if they plant using TCC’s feminized seeds of certified temperate-zone hemp cultivars.
The Thai Cannabis Corporation looks forward to expanding its relationship with Maejo University in the years to come, thereby helping MJU further its vision of being an internationally recognized leading university in agricultural excellence and furthering TCC’s mission of improving your world with the cannabis plant™.