This sativa-dominant hybrid is an interesting strain hailing from Thailand’s Ko Chang islands. It grows large and very vigorous with numerous lateral branches. The taste is sweet, the smell is intense and the effect is powerful and often psychedelic. It also has one of the highest concentrations of THC in the world. It is also a favourite among Thai farmers who grow it in remote, rural areas and take it, at great personal risk, into Thailand to sell.
Along with being one of the world’s most potent cannabis varieties, Wild Thailand is also one of the highest-producing strains ever to come out of its homeland. This is due in no small part to its “short” flower time, relative to various other Thai strains. As with many mostly or pure sativa varieties, Wild Thailand will keep the grower waiting but the 11 to 12 weeks it takes to finish is actually a big selling point.
Wild Thailand is a good strain for growing outdoors and has a relatively late harvest time (mid to late November). The further North it is grown, the earlier it should be brought in. Under more controlled conditions, the plants grow larger and produce even better. Greenhouse growers report the best yields by far. Other indoor setups need to be able to accommodate tall, branchy plants that will take up a considerable amount of space, both vertical and horizontal.
The effect of Wild Thailand is what one would expect from a high-quality, high-potency sativa. It produces an uplifting, energetic high that is great for increasing productivity and creativity. Better still, these seeds are feminised making them easy to handle and maintain. Are you new to cannabis cultivation? Do you have a big grow room or a discreet location to grow outdoors? If so, you will want to consider this strain for your first (or next) project.