The Zamaldelica strain is the product of the pollination of a Zamali female by a Malawi male. Zamal hails from La Reunion off the coast of Madagascar and is an extremely vigorous strain that provides very trippy effects. Its plants are bushy with lots of branches and its open structure allows for very efficient resistance to grey mould. Its scent is a complex layering of carrot, mango, citrus and other more nondescript floral notes. The buds are resinous and grow to an impressive size.
Zamaldelica is most comfortable in its native climate but it is extremely hardy and will grow well in more moderate climates as well. It responds well to indoor growing, particularly when using the Sea of Green growing method and 12/12 lighting. Flowering time is between 11 and 14 weeks and yields are very impressive.
Advantages of Feminised Seeds
Every plant grown from feminised seeds is sure to produce an abundance of resinous, hardy buds. With male chromosomes being removed from the seed's genetics, feminised seeds are easier to handle and grow. They offer the best choice for growers new to working with cannabis as they do not require any abundance of skill to grow.
ACE Seeds come from the best plants of their strains. They produce quality seeds and the resulting hybrid and pure strain plants all excel in quality. They are collected from sources all over the world and are cultivated in a way that preserves both the quality and integrity of the native strains.
ACE Seeds produce plants that are dependable and offer consistent results. They take well to virtually any designated environment and thrive in a variety of climates. They mature swiftly when grown to recommended specifications, and they provide cannabis enthusiasts with the opportunity to experience many unique aromas and flavours as a reward for their labour.
Please remember that the growing of cannabis plants and the cultivation of seeds is illegal in some countries - please check the laws of your country and don't be growing any plants if it is against your country's laws.