Punto rojo (tierra adentro) seeds

Punto Rojo from The Landrace Team

thanks, t=i have seen they got good thai strain but avaible only for october, but their marketing and biseness is not clear their prices are not fixe and their way of payment too, i dont think they are serious bank.

Gauss
Thcvhunter
Active member
growhigh1233
bajode5
Member

Interesting behavior of the Sativas 100%, its gleaming makes them more aesthetically attractive to me. I had a Nepali Mileche last season, I also saw that behavior. For what is this? What causes that behavior to be activated in your genes? Anybody who can explain us there?

My regards, brother

Limeygreen
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Smokin1
New member

Finally, here’s PR#5 at 20 weeks, the beauty queen. She really lives up to her punto rojo namesake. Let’s hope she smokes as good as she looks.

These pictures were horribly compressed. If someone can tell me how to attach uncompressed images I’ll post up some improved images. Thes don’t do the plant justice.

THC123
Active member

To me their website look like a blatant copy of the real seed company. They just copied the makeup and also copied strains they acquired from other sites. They just aded a few things but for the rest it’s almost a copy. Also the strains they offer, while probably being what you pay for, are probbly sourced via RSC, CBG and other sites. And I am sure however that they did collect few strains themselves. But IMO this is not done, when another company is selling these genetics, and they were before you and they are still in business, then it is really without any class or respect.

Thai Hill
Genetics: Thai Landrace
Region: Mae Hong Son
Strain: Thai Hill
Sourcing: Personally collected at source
Latitude: 19°N
Harvest: October/November
Height: 2 metres outdoors
Seeds: Regular
Vegetative stage: 12-15 weeks
Flowering: 15-16 weeks
Aroma: Sweet carrots and sweet tropical fruits
Taste: woody flavour with fruity and fragrant touches
Characteristics: Great vigor with large serrated leaves of 7, 9 and 11 leaflets. Intermodal spaces of 5 to 10cm

Real Seed Company –>

Genetics: Ruderal Himalayan Cannabis
Sourcing: Landrace Genetics, Hazara, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, 2019
Purpose: n/a
Latitude: 35° N
Harvest: Early August to September
Height: 2–5 meters
Aroma: [forthcoming]
Characteristics: Early maturing, day-neutral (‘autoflowering’)
Grow Type: Outdoors, greenhouse

I think I will let this one pass.

To the OP: sorry for going off topic you did grow some beautiful sativa’s.

Ur Humbl Nr8tor
Well-known member

What’s the overall perception of TLT? Don’t want to start a crap splat dialogue. Just whether they are worth the time to explore.

@hempy
The Haze Whisperer

I was told The Landrace Team do source seed them selfs personally i think it is good to see more company’s doing this.The more people that do it the more it benefits the local farmers of set genetics and the consumer /growers.

I would love to read a smoke report on the Punto Rojo from them.

TheDarkStorm
Well-known member

That #5 pheno looked pretty good. would love to see how that comes out in a outdoors tropical environment

OldCoolSativa
Well-known member

Appreciate the nudge for a smoke report.

After a proper 8-month cure, this batch of punto rojo is fantastic, old-school smoke. PR #5 was my keeper with sexual stability, beautiful red pistils, pungent hazy aromas and great, energetic sativa effect, all at the cost of long flowering (20 weeks) and wispy buds and low yield. I grew out a clone of #5 that was hit with some Colombian gold pollen from 1978 seed stock, as well as some punto rojo pollen from CBG seed stock. I’m currently vegging the TLT PR x ’78 CG now; it’ll be interesting to see what the nearly extinct 40-year-old genetics bring to this Colombian mashup.

PR #2, the earliest, skinniest-leaved plant, had the loudest aromas, while the other plants had relatively faint aromas during flower and after a long cure. Smells are of subtle pine, wood, slight menthol in the jar, and the buds burst forth with a piney, lemony astringent smell when broken up. A good friend and fellow weed nerd thinks it smells like piff when burned. I’ve never smoked uptown haze but it reminds me of that 70s weed; it does leave a nice incensy unmistakable primo marijuana aroma lingering in the room after a joint is smoked.

Potency is pretty consistent across the line. Potency, as measured by THC percentage, is probably only 10-12%, but the effect tells you why THC concentration is an almost meaningless metric for quality of the high. One or two puffs out of a pinch hitter and I’m set for several hours. I’d describe the high as soaring, less introspective than most haze hybrids, more social. My girlfriend really likes these long-flowering Colombian sativas and it adds a nice dimension to our sex – we’ve found that this herb allows her to achieve orgasm synesthesia, something that doesn’t happen with haze hybrids. It helps that I know what I’m doing.

There’s more variability in the quality of effect than there is in potency. I did not like the high I got from PR#1, and as a result I have a bunch of it on hand that I don’t smoke. It smells nice with what I believe a hoppy aroma (like an IPA). At higher doses I found it to be anti-euphoric. PR#5 is at the other end of the quality-of-effect spectrum. Really clear, soaring, upbeat high. Great for outdoor activities, the mind races and visual and auditory perception is enhanced and altered. All in the head with an easy come-down. Top shelf smoke and unlike anything you can find in a dispensary.

PR #3 was my second best plant, and I would’ve kept a clone if it hadn’t made lots of nanners late in flower. LOTS. It was the leafiest of the plants in veg but it yielded massively, with enormous colas that were reasonably dense for a pure sativa. This one had more floral aromas and the effect was similar to PR #5.

I think the TLT punto rojo I grew is the real deal, a true Colombian landrace, intersex issues and all. It compares well with the punto rojo x mangobiche I grew from CBG-derived seed stock. Acknowledgement and thanks to Criposo Art, who collected these genetics in Colombia, and to The Landrace Team, who made them available. I had no problems whatsoever with my transaction or dealings with TLT.

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Punto Rojo (Tierra Adentro)

Punto Rojo (Tierra Adentro) effects are mostly energizing.

An old Colombian landrace strain, Punto Rojo (a.k.a. Tierra Adentro) is a popular strain from the 70’s and 80’s that was picked up by The Landrace Team. Punto Rojo is a pure sativa with the smell and flavor of fruit and incense. Like most sativa landrace strains, the plant grows long, wispy buds with thin leaves. You can expect euphoric yet relaxing effects that will keep you alert and productive.

An old Colombian landrace strain, Punto Rojo (a.k.a. Tierra Adentro) is a popular strain from the 70’s and 80’s that was picked up by The Landrace Team. Punto Rojo is a pure sativa with the smell and flavor of fruit and incense. Like most sativa landrace strains, the plant grows long, wispy buds with thin leaves. You can expect euphoric yet relaxing effects that will keep you alert and productive.