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Sagarmatha Matanuska Tundra Female 5 Seeds

  • Matanuska Valley,North Alaska
  • 10-12 weeks flowering
  • 80-120cm in height
  • 400+ grams per m²
Strain: Matanuska Tundra 
Seed bank: Sagarmatha Seeds
Genetics: Matanuska Valley in North Alaska
Indica/Sativa mix: mostly Sativa
Flowering Period: 10-12 weeks
Harvest Date: Late October
Height: 80-120cm
Yield: 400+ grams per m2
THC Content: High
Characteristics: Great for medicinal patients


After an intensive selection process we have been able to isolate a wonderful example of a feminized Matanuska Tundra female!  All of the characteristics: size, strength, smell and taste have been captured with this fem. we are very happy to offer Matanuska to all of our previous customers and our new ones as well. Give feminized Matanuska a grow and you will all your expectations will be fulfilled and more. Matanuska is perhaps our largest producer and medical patients find her properties the most healing.
The full Sagarmatha Collection is available and most of the time in stock on our site. Every pack comes in original cannabis breeders souvenir packaging and we offer various stealth delivery options available during checkout.
If you order before 2pm we can guarantee same day dispatch and if you opt for special delivery we can guarantee next day delivery.
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I have purchased many seeds from this site and can honestly say that the Tundra is a definate keeper in my grow room. If you are a fan of the couchlock effect, then this is one for you. Although my friends and I have done numerous runs with this strain, we have not been able to detect the "chocolate aroma" that others say is there, even with 6months cured bud.

It is what I would call an easy plant to grow as I have never had any problems from taking cuttings through to chop. I would og given her 5 stars but I am saving that (hopefully) for the Silver Bullets I am now growing.

Ben | Behind You! | October 2012