Purple paki candy seeds

Purple Pakistani

Both the female and the male are very beautiful. Thanks for share it!

ACE Seeds Breeder

Both the female and the male are very beautiful. Thanks for share it!

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Tlapapa
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jarmon
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Just starting to get some colour at the top

Cola Candy
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Does anyone know if mutants are common with this strain? I hope I don’t cause offence by asking that, I’m just curious. Juding by the posts here it doesn’t appear to be much of an issue at all but I thought I’d ask just to be sure.

Cola Candy
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Sorry I can’t seem to edit my post but I just wanted to say oh my, that is a beautiful specimen you have there! drools..

I was actually considering crossing the purple paki chitral with some Keral seeds from the real seed co that I’ve bought. It would definitely be interesting to have some purple kerala ppc hybrids.

jarmon
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The thread below is regarding Cannabiogen PCK which I believe has similar if not identical origins.
https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=231599

I think most of the abnormalities are purely cosmetic but maybe someone with more knowledge than me could comment on the cause? Especially the one in post 14.

BisMann
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@Jarmon
Pretty sure it is Pakistan Chitral Kush, and that this tread was called that, only few weeks ago. It’s also called ‘Pakistan Chitral Kush’ at Ace’s website.

jarmon
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Sorry I should clarify, the seeds I have are Pakistan Chitral Kush from Ace. But I understand that they are from the same origin as the Cannabiogen ones. I’m not dissing either company and would buy from Ace again.

Tlapapa
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Pakistan chitral Kush and Purple Pakistan are one and the same, CBG and ACE have worked together in collaboration and as result they share strains in both their catalogs.

Stoxx
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Someone may have answered this earlier but generally what is the expected potency of the purple pheno PCK from Ace or CBG? Assuming an average or good but not spectacular grow conditions. A range is fine.

And how inbred or not inbred is the line?

I couldn’t read through every of the 71 pages nor could I search and find this figure.

Stoxx
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“potential” based upon what? Have you found some plants that were tested? Thank you dubi for this thread.

We have fresh chinese yunnan stock. It’s a very interesting landrace indica with potential cbd profiles.

ACE Seeds Breeder

Does anyone know if mutants are common with this strain? I hope I don’t cause offence by asking that, I’m just curious. Juding by the posts here it doesn’t appear to be much of an issue at all but I thought I’d ask just to be sure.

Hello Cola Candy,

Landrace indica populations usually have a small rate of mutants, in case of pakistan chitral kush line a few plants with variegated leaves can be found in early stage of seedlings or when a clone is grown under lots of stress. Most of them later grow correctly when they are older and the environmental conditions are correct.

And most of the plants in the line are healthy of course, but will never be the most vigorous line cos it’s a pure landrace indica inbred and never hybridized.

It’s very easy to produce great Pakistan Chitral Kush hybrids, the pakistani adds great colors, resin production, fast flowering and very desirable aromas to the crosses, i especially like to cross a good pure sativa with a PCK male or PCK reversed female. All the hybrids that have been produced in this way are very desirable. If you want colors in the hybrid, then choose a very colorful PCK parental plant, its beautiful color is very dominant in crosses.

ACE Seeds Breeder

I think we already have talked about it many times in the past but will do it again

The Pakistan Chitral Kush line comes originally from Cannabiogen, kaiki gave us the permission to release it in pure form around 2008, he is also has been offering the line with Cannabiogen since 2010, the strain that both ACE and CBG have been offering is the same and most of the times the stock comes from the same reproduction too.

Purple Pakistani

Honestly, the projects with the purple pakistan have been delayed a little bit. We have spent lot of time and resources dedicated to new projects with the past haze selections and reproductions.

Purple paki is a clone derived from Cannabiogen’s Chitral genepool.

CBG’s Chitral it’s a very pleasant and tasty indica, quite easy to grow. She produces great hybrids easily too. She has been used many times by CBG friends in their fine breds (Sandstorm, Sugarloaf etc). There’s a little of chitral indica (25%) in our ACE Congo too.

The genepool is not very inbred, so you can find different expressions and colours in the population.

The green chitral are usually the more powerful, but the purple/red expressions are spectacular aesthetically.

Purple pakistan chitral grows with good branching and medium vigour. Classic indica appearance, leaf is fat and dark, but not so robust or broad like pure afghanis. Flowering time is around 9 weeks finishing late sept/early october outdoors. She needs medium/high feeding requeriments and works great in dry ambients.

Purple paki produces some of the most beautiful landrace flowers we have seen. Resin production is abundant and starts in the early stages. The aroma is like blueberry and grape bubblegum.

The high is not overpowering but after a good cure it’s like a candy in the mouth. The effect is very pleasant in the head and body. Great day time smoke!

We experimented a little bit with some hybrids like purple paki x purple flo male and purple paki x columbian punto rojo male.

The results have been very positive and motivating. The high resin production, deep pigmentation during flowering and grape/berry aroma are dominant in the hybrids. They are even expressed with higher intensity due to hybrid vigour.

The purple paki x red columbian F1 hybrid produced beautiful red crystalinous ind/sat plants, a little bit more on the indica side.

Im personally motivated with a purple paki x red american sativa (panama red) F1 hybrid and in the future a backcrossed version to the original clone.