Wild Thailand has a relatively short flowering period for such a pure, tropical sativa but it is still quite a productive plant. It is very resistant to mould and also has good pest resistance too. Indoors it should only be given a very short period of vegetative growth to control the stretch in flowering, it can even be put into 12/12 as soon as the cuttings have rooted or when still little seedlings with only two or three sets of leaves. It will need plenty of room for the roots to grow through and so larger pots will be needed if its yield potential is to be reached. Indoors flowering lasts for 75 - 90 days with yields being about 300 gr/m2. Outdoors plants are ready to harvest in late November, so only suitable for Mediterranean-type climates, with yields being in the range 450 - 500 gr/plant.
This wild Thai weed has a smells strongly of delicious citrus fruits and this is complemented by a sweet citrus flavour. Its THC (including THCV) has been measured at a very high 22.3%. The effect is extremely euphoric and will have you on a trip to Thailand in no time.