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Malawi x PCK Regular by ACE Seeds is an extremely flavorful plant derived from an amazing selection and cross between a Malawi Killer and the well-known Pakistan Chitral Kush.
Malawi x PCK Regular by Ace Seeds is a strain that’s now available in regular version so that you can pick the right phenotype for you, or use a male plant to create your own strains. Both strains from which it comes from are incredibly famous. Malawi Killer brings gigantic buds to the mix and improves the plants’ structure, making it taller and giving the heads more air. The fruity and earthy taste, along with the reddish color of the pistils and buds comes from the PCK genes.
Indoors, these plants are simple and compact, and its branches that don’t grow that much, making it easier to plant more without them overlapping. You can get up to 500g from about 10 plants per square meter, which should be ready to harvest and cure in just 9 weeks. To get the best results possible you should wire the branches so that the hefty buds don’t break them. A lot of people can confirm that some of the phenotypes of this strain can be a bit harder to control, although all of them look and taste professional.
Outdoors you will definitely get good results, with this strain getting its Malawi side out when it comes to the growth period, growing vigorously. If you want even better results then you should treat your crop to a good dosage of nitrogen and, if possible, try and avoid the rains at the end of the summer which can cause fungi, which might end up ruining your harvest. You can get up to 600g per plant around the second or third week of October. The main stem is where 80% of your final product will come from.
The taste in this strain has been completely inherited from PCK, with those fruity and sweet tones that bring cherry jam to mind. The effect is quite mixed, with a psychoactive initial high that gets more indica as you come down into perfect relaxation.