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ganesh strain

This strain shows potential against depression & anxiety. Preliminary reports show that it can be used as a muscle relaxant.

September (south), early-mid October (north)
Our unique combination of landrace genetics injects a lot of vigour into this strain and the thick shoots from mother plants provide quality cuttings over an extended period. Due to the extreme density of the buds approx. 20-25% of the plants show some mold susceptibility in the top third portion of the head bud in the last week of flowering. Therefore, this strain is best grown in spaces with humidity control (extraction fan, ventilation, night temp. above 20°C or 68F). You should also water sparsely in the last week of flowering. Wait until the plants have slightly droopy leaves and give them just enough for their daily requirement. This is a tried and tested method for strains with dense buds and very effective. A daily check of the top half or top third portion of the head bud during this period lets you detect mold early before it can cause any damage. Growing with clones, SCROG, and pruned plants (indoor/outdoor) is not affected by a higher mold susceptibility.

400-450 gr/m2; 500-800 gr. per plant outdoor in the ground.
The dense and crystalline buds have a rich, skunky smell that underlines the top quality of the smoke. A heavy-duty grinder is recommended for these chunky buds! The taste evokes the times of the finest Himalayan hash in the 1970’s – sweet and earthy with a chocolatey finish. Ganesh combines the best of both worlds: it’s dense, glittery indica nuggets have great ‘bag appeal’ and the sativa-dominant high leaves you functional, social, yet relaxed. It’s a great smoke for fun activities like a beach party; lying in your hammock and watching the sunlight flash through the trees; sensual leisure or bodywork such as massage, yoga, tai-chi; and all kinds of creativity.
A potent, laid back, sativa-dominant high; sensual; body relaxation.
Yamuna x Afghan (Uttarkhand, N. India; Afghanistan)

For our 5th anniversary we recreated our exotic, high-class indica-sativa hybrid “Yamuna” from the “Limited Collector’s Edition”, which was issued in our first year, and crossed it with our best Afghan parent from seed stock collected in the 1980’s. The result is an impressive stout plant oozing with resin that grows like an indica and feels like a sativa. Ganesh is an excellent choice for closet cultivation or a homebox due to it’s short stature and the even growth pattern. Plants vegged for 3 weeks in soil reach a height of approx. 60cm when mature. To harvest a field of “baseball bat” type colas in regular sized grow spaces we suggest vegging 4-5 weeks for organic (soil) cultivation. Ganesh grows perfectly with little or no feeding in quality soil.*

Skunky-pungent, sweet, earthy, chocolate.

For our 5th anniversary we recreated our exotic, high-class indica-sativa hybrid “Yamuna” from the “Limited Collector’s Edition&r

Ganesh strain

GaneshThe dense and crystalline buds have a rich, skunky smell that underlines the top quality of the smoke.** A heavy-duty grinder is recommended for these chunky buds! The taste evokes the times of the finest Himalayan hash in the 1970’s – sweet and earthy with a chocolatey finish. Ganesh combines the best of both worlds: it’s dense, glittery indica nuggets have great ‘bag appeal’ and the sativa-dominant high leaves you functional, social, yet relaxed. It’s a great smoke for fun activities like snowboarding or a beach party; lying in your hammock and watching the sunlight flash through the trees; sensual leisure or bodywork such as massage, yoga, tai-chi; and all kinds of creativity.

For our 5th anniversary we recreated our exotic, high-class indica-sativa hybrid “Yamuna” from the “Limited Collector’s GaneshEdition”, which was issued in our first year, and crossed it with our best Afghan parent from seed stock collected in the 1980’s. The result is an impressive stout plant oozing with resin that grows like an indica and feels like a sativa. Ganesh is an excellent choice for closet cultivation or a grow box due to it’s short stature and the even growth pattern. Plants vegged for 3 weeks in soil reach a height of approx. 60cm when mature. To harvest a field of “baseball bat” type colas in regular grow spaces we suggest vegging 4-5 weeks for organic (soil) cultivation. Ganesh grows perfectly with little or no feeding in quality soil. *
Genetics: Yamuna x Afghan
Contains land race genetics from: Uttarkhand, N. India; Afghanistan
Flowering time Indoor: 60 days
Flowering time Outdoor: September (south), early-mid October (north)
Yield: 400-450 gr/m2; 14-16 oz/sq.ft. (dry weight)
High: a potent, laid back, sativa-dominant high; sensual; body relaxation.
Potency: 8/10; no nervous side-effects (racy heart,etc.).
Aroma: skunky-pungent
Medical use: this strain shows potential against depression & anxiety.

Ganesh is an indica/sativa variety from Mandala and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ) and outdoors . Mandalas Ganesh is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.
Ganesh from Mandala Seeds is available only as regular seeds. Feminized seeds are not available at the moment. In 12 seedbanks, we found 19 offers between EUR 3.00 for 1 regular seed and EUR 207.66 for 70 regular seeds. If you are looking to buy Ganesh Cannabis Seeds from Mandala Seeds somewhere – have a look to our Ganesh Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Ganesh offers: canna-seed.com, Samenwahl.com, Herbies Head Shop, Alchimia Grow Shop, Canna-Seed Seed Shop, Seeds24.at, Linda Seeds | Linda Semilla, Oaseeds, Cannapot Hanfshop, Hanf & Hanf, Herbalist and Chu Majek.
Our unique combination of land race genetics injects a lot of vigour into this strain and the thick shoots from mother plants provide quality cuttings over an extended period. Due to the extreme Ganeshdensity of the buds approx. 20-25% of the plants show some mold susceptibility in the top third portion of the head bud in the last week of flowering. Therefore, this strain is best grown in spaces with humidity control. You should also water sparsely in the last week of flowering. Wait until the plants have slightly droopy leaves and give them just enough for their daily requirement. A daily check of the head buds during this period lets you detect mold early before it can cause any damage.
*Read our article on fertilizing and the soil guide in the FAQ for more info.
**Aroma is based on our observations in organic soil grows.
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