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It’s just to give you an idea of where that Chem Dog you’re smoking came from: Hindu Kush, Pakistan. It’s important to understand that the landrace classification only describes the strain’s genetic purity and indigenous upbringing. It does not mean that landrace strains will get you higher than a good batch of Blue Dream or cut your anxiety quicker than a high-CBD strain. In fact, modern strains are much better than landrace strains at generating the effects we’re all looking for (be they recreational or medicinal). That’s because growers have bred the plants for those specific effects.

Landrace strains are not “better” than modern strains, or even really unique in any way. They’re closer to the original wild species than anything else we have available today. To put it in perspective, it’s like comparing the very first car (let’s say it was the Model T for simplicity’s sake) with the newest BMW. You’re going to enjoy cruising around in the BMW more than you would the Model T — the BMW is comfier, rides better, is easier to start, and goes faster (just to name a few) — but it’s still good to know where that BMW originally came from. They’re really only useful to historians, scientists, and pot purists. The one benefit from trying a landrace strain would be experiencing more genuine effects that are closer to those produced by the original cannabis strain. Maybe the high or the medicinal effects were completely different. You may be wondering why you haven’t heard about landrace strains before.

To answer both questions at the same time: the original landrace strains have been taken out of their native environment and endlessly crossbred with other varieties to produce something new. When a landrace strain is removed from its indigenous environment (say, Pakistan) and forced to grow elsewhere (say, Mexico), it has to mature in different growing conditions. In response to those new growing conditions, the plant will exhibit new characteristics (e.g., smaller flowers, longer grow time, higher THC). During that transition from indigenous environment to new growing conditions, some of the characteristics of the original plant will be lost. To get those characteristics back, you’d have to return the plant to its native environment. Even then, the “purity” would be in question because you’ve grown a plant in a different location (Mexico) — producing slightly different characteristics — and then tried to return the seed to the place where its grandparent plant came from (Pakistan). It’s enough to make your head swim and your eyes go googly (even without taking a toke). That’s why we recommend not thinking about it too deeply. It’s enough just to know that landrace strains exist. Just give a polite ‘sup nod as you pass by on your way to the local dispensary for a dime bag of Yoda OG. Our answer to questions like these is usually a resounding, “Yes!” There are a few times when we have to say no — like, should you make your own THC-O-Acetate or CO2 cannabis oil — but, for the most part, it never hurts to try. That said, don’t cash in your life savings for the chance to puff a landrace strain. Modern strains are often better at producing the recreational or medicinal effects that you’re looking for. Remember, landrace strains aren’t stronger, more potent, or better in some way. They’re just less diluted (genetically speaking) than other strains. And, honestly, even that’s debatable given how much time has passed since the discovery of the original landrace strain and man’s tendency to crossbreed plants to make them grow “better.” It’s good to know about landrace strains, but we seriously doubt they’re going to be the next big thing in cannabis consumption unless scientists find something in their DNA that cures cancer better than Rick Simpson oil or completely cures anxiety and depression. You’re better off using organic, pesticide-free marijuana than spending your hard-earned money on something that claims to be a landrace strain. Strain name White Rhino Positive Effects Relaxing, euphoric, analgesia, peacefulness, sleepiness, cerebral high Origin Hybrid of White Widow and a North American Indica. Origins in Brazil, India, and Afghanistan Flavors Funky, dank, oaky, earthy, sweet May Relieve Great for stress, to treat pain, insomnia, mood disorders, and migraines Aromas, Fragrance Dank, sour berry, Kush-like, sweet, pungent THC Content % 18 % to 25 %, very high CBD % 1%, low Yield 900 gm per square meter indoors, 1200 gm per plant outdoors, very high Genetic 80% Indica / 20% Sativa Flowering time 8-9 weeks Harvest Early October Disease resistance High Plant Height 1 to 2 meters, up to 6 ft., short to medium height Type Auto-flowering Adverse effects Dizziness, dry mouth, dry eye, anxiety. White Rhino cannabis seeds and cuttings were created by the Dutch grower Green House Seeds. It is the child of the White Rhino, a strong Sativa with Brazilian, Afghan, and South Indian origin with massive resin and trichome counts. Their professionals bred the popular and potent White Rhino strain with a high-yielding North American Indica strain of unknown origin, producing a strong Indica marijuana plant. This mystery strain boosted the yield of the hybrid to extraordinary quantity. It also produced a strong Indica great for medicinal and recreational purposes. It has all the strengths of its parent pot plants with massive yields of plant matter, resin, and trichome. It is named after the ostentatious horns at the top of the plant.

White Rhino is a massive plant and will grow wide and dense rather than tall so this plant is excellent for indoor gardening. The top portion of the White Rhino plant looks like a rhinoceros tusk, hence the name. It has a sweet, dank, earthy, pungent, Kush-like smell well appreciated by users. The smell has also been described as sour-berry, a delicious toke for recreational users and good at stimulating appetite. It is decorated with dense resins, psychedelic green and the bright white of its parent, the White Widow. It is an ostentatious and impressive show advertising its abundant cannabinoids. It stands at 1 to 2 meters but yields may far exceed what is suggested by its height. Growing White Rhino bud is of moderate difficulty but can be grown using an info guide found online. White Rhino will grow from one to two meters in height, typically a comparatively short to medium plant.

White Rhino buds are known for making top quantities of plant yield. Yields can be up to 900 grams per square meter indoors or 1200 grams per plant outdoor growing. It’s resins and trichomes are dense and bountiful, perfect for indoors. Flower Power fertilizer goes well with White Rhino. Outdoor harvest will be bursting with yield in early October.


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