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A variety of marijuana stemming from the Brazilian Amazon where it has been used in a spiritual context, is now available in the Netherlands.
According to Cees this plant reveals unknown depths within the sexual experience.
While Santa Maria is not being used for spiritual purposes in the Netherlands, out of respect for the plant it's name has been changed to Plancků
The distribution in Holland of the real Santa Maria clones was done by the former Highlife-magazine chief editor, Bernt Gundersen, because he was bringing his new "found" clones of a strain that is worldwide known by now... to No Mercy Supply... to Cees.
And you better be sure.... he took care of free distribution (50% of the Coffeeshops in Holland have the name Santa Maria on their price-list).
No strain in the world so famous... Santa Maria. Strange effect... no seeds available, this plant was cloned for at least 15 years, and nobody knows the genetic background.
Because this is originally an outdoor plant, Planck should be cut vertically. If you don't do that, the plant continues to grow and eventually perishes under the weight of it's own buds, which cannot be supported by the skinny stalk. By cutting vertically they grow rather widespread; therefore put only nine plants on a square meter and twelve on a square meter of rockwool. Planck doesn't need a prolonged growing phase; on rockwool no more than three days, on soil five at most.
Flowering time is between eight and nine weeks, which is modest for a plant that is 2/3 Sativa and 1/3 Indica. The plant has few leaves which makes trimming and cleaning easy. It's potency resembles that of a Shiva, while the white layer on the leaves might be expected with an Indica. On the other hand, the effect is so high and releases so much energy, that actually it could not be compared to any of those. The taste is full of flowers and fruits, while the high seems to last forever.
Something about the yield. Being a topplant, quality is the main issue here. On the other hand, the yield, which should be somewhere between that of a White Widow and a Special, remains highly surprising.
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