Ace Seeds Golden Tiger Breeders Pack Standard – Semi Regolari.
THE TIGER’S SWIPE !!! OUR FAMOUS HYBRID BETWEEN SATIVAS FROM THAILAND AND MALAWI. NOW AVAILABLE IN ALL ITS GENETIC DIVERSITY FOR BREEDING.
In Golden Tiger we have combined different extremely potent and resinous sativas from Malawi and Thailand.
The outcome is a 100 % sativa hybrid with great vegetative strength, remarkable for its overpowering potency and its exceptional floral traits.
The flowers overflow, forming dense buds with little leaves. The trichomes are huge, plentiful and loaded with powerful cannabinoids.
Golden Tiger is an excellent alternative to the haze sativas. It will fascinate the most demanding growers, looking for new sativa experiences of the highest order.
The Golden Tiger Breeders Pack contains 3 F3 lines of our improved Golden Tiger 2.0 version, which we have been offering since 2014 and which is composed of 2 Thai strains (Koh Chang Thai and Hmong Thai), and 2 different Malawi parental plants (the Old Malawi Killer and the 3rd generation New Malawi Killer). It also includes a fourth line, which is a Golden Tiger (3.0) new version bred with a third Thai sativa from Chiang Mai.
Description of the different Golden Tiger standard (regular) lines included in this Breeders Pack:
– Golden Tiger 2.0 (F3) – super resinous Malawi pheno: A very Malawi dominant pheno, showing in an extreme way the overwhelming potency and high resin production of our Malawi, in short/moderate sizes and flowering times for a pure tropical sativa. Good yield. Resinous and woody aromas. Very powerful effect, trippy and narcotic.
– Golden Tiger 2.0 (F3) – Thai pheno: Phenotypes with stronger Thai influence coming from the Koh Chang and the Hmong Thais. These are the taller, lankier, more vigorous and longer flowering Golden Tiger 2.0 phenos. They are also the better yielding expressions when they are grown until reaching their fullest potential. Perfume, woody and citrus aromas. In these Thai phenotypes we find the most euphoric and energetic trippy effects. The flowers are less dense and resinous than in the Malawi pheno, and their effect is not so narcotic.
– Golden Tiger 2.0 (F3) – rotten smelling pheno: Interesting and unique phenotype, very productive, medium sized and of moderate flowering time, which stands out for producing a strong organic/rotten aroma, very different from Malawi or Thai sativas, which remind us of our Vietnam Black mother. It’s therefore a different expression, result of the genetic recombination, which offers different and more penetrating terpene profiles. The effect is also kinder and less trippy than the 2 previous lines.
– Golden Tiger 3.0 (F1): True F1 hybrid between a new and third Thai sativa from Chiang Mai northern province and our Malawi Killer, so it does not contain Koh Chang or Hmong Thai sativas. It is the line that more uniformly produces expressions of greater Thai influence. It is a more tropical, less tamed version of Golden Tiger, with a longer flowering time in average than Golden Tiger 2.0 lines. It produces woody and resinous aromas, with touches of green tea, lime and chocolate. Powerful and mind blowing trippy effect. Average production, not as good yielding as the Golden Tiger 2.0 lines, although it can be an excellent outdoor producer in warm or tropical climates.
Golden Tiger Standard Breeders Pack contains 4 regular lines (10 regular seeds/ per line).
Tipo F1 AND F3 HYBRID
Sativa / Indica ratio 100 % sativa
THC 20-28 %
CBD 0.5 %
CBG 0.7 %
Flowering indoors 11-14 weeks
Flowering outdoors End of October / November
Resistance against spider mites Average
Resistance against powder mildew Average
Resistance against botrytis Very high
Resistance against white fly Average-High
Resistance against cold Average-High
Resistance against heat High
Genetics Old Malawi killer, New Malawi Killer, Koh Chang Thai, Hmong Thai and Thai Chiang Mai.
Structure Very branchy and elegant sativa of thin leaves and medium-long node length.
Bouquet Floral, spicy and lemony thai aromas, with the organic and resinous Malawi background.
High Extreme effect of psychedelic sativa: dense, stimulant and very long lasting. It may be devastating for beginners. Recommended only for the harder and most experienced sativa users.
Terpene profile Complex and rich terpene profile. It mainly contains the following monoterpenes: very high amounts of beta myrcene, followed by limonene, linalool, ocimene, isopulegol, alpha and beta pinene, camphene and terpinolene in smaller quantities. Sesquiterpenes: Mainly nerolidol 2, followed by beta caryophyllene and only traces of nerolidol 1 and humelene.
Growing Tips Although this sativa shows all its potential in tropical/subtropical climates, it has also been grown with very good results even in latitudes up to 43º.
For indoor growing for small columnar plants or SOG, start straight from clones to 12/12 just a couple of days after the rooting.
This sativa is adequate for SCROG, horizontal or network growing due to its excellent yield in the lateral branches and its vigorous reaction to pruning.
Although Golden Tiger flowers correctly with the standard 12/12 flowering photoperiod, it may be convenient to reduce the photoperiod to 11 (light)/13 (darkness) in order to boost the flowering, contain its stretching at the beginning of flowering and to avoid excessive reflowerings at the end of flowering.
We recommend low-moderate levels of nutrients for the whole cycle, especially nitrogen.