Growing HURV19PAN (Panakeia)
Planting: Region dependent, we suggest late May - June for most provinces.
Flowering: 60 days after seeding.
Spacing: 3’-5’ depending on planting date.
Harvesting: Late September – Early October.
Yields: High yielding, up to 4000 lbs/acre in biomass.
Structure: Indica dominant. Medium, stout plant, stacking flower with numerous branching. Medium internode length.
Potency: Outdoors, expect up to 14% CBG,
<0.01% THC and <0.01% CBD in flower.
Indoors, expect up to 18% CBG, <0.01% THC and <0.01% CBD in flower.
In 15 outdoor field trials conducted across Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario and Quebec, HURV19PAN consistently tested undetectable THC and undetectable CBD (<0.001% w/w).
Feminization: 99%+ feminized.
Hermaphroditism: In high cannabinoid hemp, hermaphroditism is a possibility. HURV19PAN will exhibit hermaphroditic traits if grown in sub-optimal conditions. Careful monitoring and proper farming/husbandry can successfully mitigate these issues. Please remember that all high cannabinoid hemp requires continual monitoring and care. We strongly advise all farmers to walk their fields.
In our outdoor trials, an average of 1% of plants exhibited hermaphroditism, which varied depending on location and climate conditions. Hermaphroditism may reach up to 10% with improper care.