Zamal is an exotic african Landrace sativa from Reunion Island, close to Madagascar, famous for its extreme vigor and legendary psychedelic effect.
An excellent Zamal mother selected for its trippy effect, fast flowering and remarkable sweet carrot and floral fragrances, was pollinated by the powerful Golden Tiger in order to create Zamaldelica, a super sativa hybrid with strong uplifting and lysergic effect and amazing vigorous growth.
Zamaldelica is receiving an excellent reception among sativa lovers from all around the world.
Its outstanding potency, very high THC content and the quality of its effect have no parallel in recent sativa breeding.
|Sativa / Indica ratio||100 % sativa|
|Flowering indoors||11-14 weeks|
|Flowering outdoors||3rd week of October / November|
|Resistance against spider mites||Average-High|
|Resistance against powder mildew||High|
|Resistance against botrytis||Very high|
|Resistance against white fly||Average-High|
|Resistance against cold||Average|
|Resistance against heat||High|
|Genetics||Zamal x Malawi/Thai.|
|Structure||Extremely bushy sativa of medium height.|
|Bouquet||Sweet carrot, mango, orange, flowers and resins.|
|High||Very powerful, refined effect of premium quality. Clear, euphoric, stimulating and soaring. Very psychedelic in certain cases.|
|Terpene profile||It mainly contains the following monoterpenes: high amounts of terpinolene (23 %) and beta myrcene (22 %), followed by small quantities of beta-ocimene, beta pinene, limonene and alpha pinene, with traces of linalool, delta 3 carene, alpha terpinene and gamma terpinene. Sesquiterpenes: mainly beta-caryophyllene, small amounts of alpha-humelene and traces of nerolidol 2.|
|Growing Tips||It can be grown indoors without problems, although we recommend high light intensity to achieve its best potential.
Outdoors it can be grown at latitudes until 43º in a coastal climate with warm autumn. When grown in the mountains or in continental climates, it can ripen at latitudes until 38º.
Genetic analyses performed at Phylos laboratories show that our Zamaldelica elite mother has a unique and almost uncommon genotype, of high genetic variability, although after the inclusion of the New Malawi Killer parents in the last Zamaldelica breeding step it produces a quite uniform phenotype for the described characteristics.
We recommend moderate levels of nutrients for the whole cycle.