Swazi Marijuana Strain Review Information and Growing Tips – Where to Buy Swazi Seeds

The Swazi marijuana strain is a pure Sativa strain that originated from Swaziland, for which it got its name. This weed is a very tall plant, growing up to 3 meters in height and could produce up to 13 blades of leaves. Because of this, this pot has easily become one of the most sought after cannabis strains. Another characteristic of this plant is that the buds are very sticky and long. This weed is recommended to non-heavy pot smokers due to its moderate THC level. The taste of the Swazi cannabis strain is similar to the taste of licorice, and has a pine-like scent. If you want to get the best results when growing the Swazi weed strain, it is best grown on equatorial conditions, like warm days with temperatures from 70-90 F. It can also be grown indoors with a hydroponic system but an ebb and flow minimum is required for the plant to completely grow. However the yield of the Swazi strain is significantly higher when grown outdoors and on the suggested conditions.

Where to buy Swazi cannabis seeds?

There are a lot of online seedbanks which have marijuana seeds for sale. These seedbanks offer worldwide discrete shipping to their customers. Swazi weed seeds can be ordered direct from Amsterdam through an online seedbank. The shipping times may vary depending on where you are located at. Don’t worry about your personal privacy because everything is secure and discrete.

Swazi Marijuana Strain Specification

Type: Mostly sativa
Flowering Period: 9-11 weeks
Climate: Outdoor
Yield: 400-500 grams/m2
Stone: Sativa high – cerebral buzz
THC Level: 5%-10%
Height: High plant
Grow Difficulty: Moderate

Special Features of Swazi

1. It is a pure sativa variety from Swaziland and is one of the well-loved marijuana strains across many countries in the world because of its unique characteristics and its origin.

2. Swazi buds are long and heavy resinous and when touched, some of the resins may stick on your fingers.

3. It is not difficult to grow and when cultivated outdoors and in a dry area with a Mediterranean climate, it can produce a yield of approximately 400 to 500 grams/m2 after 55 to 65 days of flowering time.

4. This is a perfect choice of strain for non-heavy smokers because Swazi has a low to moderate THC level.

Growing Swazi Tips

If you are living in a country where there is heavy rain, strong wind and extreme weather changes, it is suggested that you grow Swazi cannabis plants indoors so you can protect them against the harshness brought about by these weather changes.

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