Strain Review: Shaman by Dutch Passion

DESCRIPTION:

A proven variety dating back to the1980’s, Shaman is a reliable, robust and highly potent F1 hybrid of an exceptional male Purple#1 and a top female Skunk.

Bred for the outdoor/greenhouse grower, Shaman is resistant to spidermites as well as mold and bud rot. Shaman is a distinctive, elegant plant growing with clear Sativa characteristics such as long intermodal distance between the large buds.

Around half the plants turn a beautiful shade of purple during flowering which is complete by the end of September or early October outdoors. In a greenhouse, flowering takes 7-8 weeks. Shaman shows great hybrid vigor and delivers a smooth, woody sweet purple smoke that is a sensual high-quality sativa ‘up’ high.

Shaman is the perfect choice for the outdoor/greenhouse grower looking for robust, quality genetics that have stood the test of time and will deliver bumper harvests.

Height 1.0 ? 1.5 meter

Harvest time outdoor: 1st week of Oct.

SPECS

Seed Bank: Dutch Passion
Genetics: 75% sativa – 25% indica
Parents: Purple #1 x Skunk
Height: Tall
Photoperiod: Photoperiod
Yield: N/A
THC: 13.7%
CBD: N/A
CBG: N/A
CBN: N/A
Flowering Time: 8 – 9 weeks
Award Winner: False
Avail. As: Regular and Feminized Seeds
Strain Attributes: Feminized :: Spidermite Resistant

Medical Uses: N/A

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  1. Shaman is a very decent strain. We’ve have had experience with her. Proper old-skool genetics. The best of old purple genetics and a oldtime skunk.
    Both green and purple phenotypes to be found. Wonderful colors and good yields. Finishes around the 25th of September. Aroma is piney, musky purple, woody even in the smoke. Sometimes the purple coloring will only show when night time temperatures drop beneath 10 degrees C.
    All in all, wonderful strain, but look for the right phenotype with pinkish trichomes and deep purple hues.
    Does not require a heavy fertilized soil. Can grow a decent hight of 2,5m, but tends to stay bushy.
    Hangdry the Shaman with leaves on and cure her a good 4 months at not to high temperatures.

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