Purpurea 09 | Indoor & Outdoor
Manufacturer: Helvetic Seeds/United Seedbanks
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|Variety||03 Mostly Sativa (min 70%)|
|Flowering Type||01 Photoperiod|
|THC Content||04 High (11% - 19%)|
|Growing Location||03 Indoor & Outdoor|
|Yield Indoor (g/m²)||03 High (401 - 500g/m²)|
|Yield Outdoor (g/plant)||04 Very High (over 500g)|
|Plant Height Indoor (cm)||02 Medium (61 - 110cm)|
|Plant Height Outdoor (cm)||04 Very High (over 220cm)|
|Flowering Time Indoor||07 weeks|
|Harvest Month Outdoor||09 September|
Helvetic Seeds Purpurea 09
- indoor & outdoor
- Indoor flowering time 48 -55 days
- Indoor yield: 500g/m2
- Outdoors: End of September - beginning of October
- Yield outdoors up to 800g / plant
- mostly Sativa >70% Sativa
- Genotype: Purpurea ticinensis 09 x Purpurea ticinensis 09
Purpurea 09 is an inbred cross of the Purpurea Ticinensis genetics from 2009, in our eyes a potent and strong genetics that was not reached in the later years of Purpurea Ticinensis. Therefore we have revived this strain by sowing these seeds with 2009 vintage in 2019 and crossed the best male with the best female. In this way we were able to preserve the original genetics of this old Swiss variety.
The crossing was done outdoors because we are convinced that an outdoor variety should be crossed outdoors, although there is a certain risk of unwanted pollen dust from other varieties.
It is true that outdoor varieties adapt better to the climate where they are grown. Keyword epigenetics. This results in varieties that are more resistant and more vigorous than indoor varieties. Indoor grown varieties are less well adapted to harsh, cool climates.
The Purpurea 09 is perfectly adapted to the mountainous climate in Switzerland, as it has been grown outdoors in Switzerland for generations. This makes it suitable for cooler, rougher climates around the world.
There are 2 phenotypes recognizable:
Both phenotypes can grow up to 4 meters high, their growth is reminiscent of a Christmas tree. Large strong, broad side shoots at the bottom and a large main bud at the top. The flowers are compact and have a floral fragrance. Leaves and flowers are red to purple in autumn, the colder the nights get, the stronger the discoloration.
Phenotype 1 is ready for harvest at the end of September, it is very similar to the original Purpurea.
Phenotype 2 takes about two weeks longer to harvest, by mid-October at the latest. The resin content is higher than with P1. The flower to leaf ratio is slightly better than with phenotype 1.
The distribution between the phenotypes is about 50/50 in these seeds.
This variety is dedicated to FK.