Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Depending on which phenotype is being ingested, Bisho Purple can provide a stimulating head high, with minimal body effects, or it can provide a sedating, couch-locking body high, with minimal cerebral effects. Total effect tends to last anywhere from half-an-hour to 45 minutes.
Bisho Purple was created by breeding two landrace strains together. The Ciskei is of South African genetics and is 100% sativa. The Chitral Kush is of Pakistani origin and is 100% indica. As with many breedings of landrace strains, it produced offspring that is fairly unstable. This means the effect and structure of the bud can resemble sativa, indica or anything in between. Bisho Purple is known to put out 3 distinct phenos. One is mostly sativa, with bright-green buds and a soaring head high. The second is slightly sativa-dominant, with a moderate body high, but a stimulating head high. The last pheno is most indica, providing severe couch-lock and insatiable munchies.
Just as the effects can vary with an unstable strain, so can the structure of the plants being cultivated. Often in one pack of seeds, all three phenotypes are present. The slightly sativa-dominant phenotype is the most common, but all three are seen. These ladies should be vegetated anywhere from 2 to 5 weeks, depending on the phenotype. Obviously, the mostly sativa pheno should be vegetated around 2 weeks, while the mostly indica one should spend 5 weeks in veg. In all the phenos, the yield has shown to range from above average to heavy. These ladies are relatively light feeders and growers should not exceed the recommended dosage from the nutrient manufacturer.
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