Pamir Gold by Dutch Passion is a Himalayan hybrid that was taken to the Swiss Alps to undergo a period of selective breeding and cold temperature training. The result is an outdoor beauty able to thrive in cooler Dutch-like climates. She produces a sweet, earthy citrus smoke that induces a calming mind and body high. Pamir Gold flowers in 7 weeks.
|Genetics||60% indica - 40% sativa|
|Flowering period||7 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||End of September/October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Dutch Passion|
This exclusive strain derives from the western Himalayas of Tajikistan. Ganja veterans enjoy growing rare strains from unusual places, such as Pamir Gold. This cultivar is an absolute delicacy; the freshness of the Himalayas is instilled in her genetics, providing the consumer with a spectacular experience. Dutch Passion perpetually seeks the best strains to satisfy the needs of elite smoke circles around the world.
Dutch Passion traveled to Tajikistan to hunt for special and rare strains. They brought back Pamir Gold genetics from the best phenotypes, found in the mountainous areas. Pamir Gold is an inbred strain, selected and stabilized in the Swiss alps to withstand colder climates. Dutch Passion succeeded in optimizing the strain, and with a short flowering period of only 7 weeks, Pamir Gold will be ready for harvest before the frost kicks in.
With 60% indica and 40% sativa genetics, Pamir Gold induces perfect all-around highs. After consumption, uplifting and focused sensations creep in before the chilled indica vibes take over. Standing on top of a mountain, fierce and victorious... that’s what Pamir Gold is all about. The THC levels are considered medium, therefore the highs will not become debilitating.
Indoor and outdoor growers can expect medium-sized yields. Outdoors, Pamir Gold reaches around 150-180cm in height. The stems should be stabilized with some form of support. Pamir Gold thrives in colder climates, although one must consider that the humidity levels drop significantly in colder climates. Providing extra humidity in these circumstances could improve Pamir Gold's vigor.