Location: indoor, outdoor
No feminized seeds.
Unknown or Legendary - Pink Panther
probably a Nectar's blackberry pheno.
bodhi: pink panther is an old tightly held norcal purple line, more red than purple, a truly beautiful plant, there was a thread here a while back on its origins but i can't find it now.
snowhigh seeds: ...a very potent amethyst purple and pink expressed strain with strong fruity berry aromas and OG Kush undertones with translates to the palette very well.
Known Phenotypes: » new » none up to now (homogenous??)
For this strain we got input by 1 user(s). Here a short overview:
Harvest Time Outdoor: Middle of August +/- 1 Week in CmArβ climates.
Yield / Quantity Outdoor: The crop of this strain is ordinary.
General Impression Outdoor: is all together extraordinary and quite recommendable.
Votings of our users: Pink Panther gets 6.50 of 10 possible Points in the average!
Strain Lineage / Genealogy
- Pink Panther »»» Blackberry Selection Probably
- Blackberry Selection
Crossbreeds and hybrids with "Pink Panther"
- Purple Pantera »»» Pink Panther x Grapekrush F2
- Pink Snow »»» Pink Panther x True Gangster Kush
- »»» All direct crossings (2 strains) + Sub-Hybrids! «««
New »»» MapThisShit!
User-Comments about this strain:
at the 16.08.2016, 23:19:This comment is connected to a Plant-Profile!
Grown outdoors from 24/7 veg clones. Early June Planting - Immediately went to flower and finished Mid August in under 60 days.
Very little nutrients from ambient soil. Stretched 200% with dense sticky buds very close side branches that filled in with bud.
Susceptible to botrytis in cool moist climate. My clones held three bladed leaves all the way through flower.
Indoor hydro grows extremely fast with long sparse stems and few side branches. Will show sex with just an hour of darkness and Flips to flower in mere days, but susceptible to pythium.
Update: My clones were sourced from a revegged mom and were still hormonally confused (3blade leaves) when planted. I suspected this and have since confirmed at source, so not an ideal grow and pythium and botrytis may be result of transition immunity rather than reflection of strain I had (potential of).