@Illyssian , here a electronic translación:
@Illyssian, here aeritos arround 2009 explainin the work with the Reeferman's Nepal Highland Sativa to his Tropical Seeds' Nepal Highland Sativa P4:
""They also walked in my hand, in the form of seeds, another pair of sativas more than I would like to mention. The first of both was Nepal Highland, I think it is known by many, although it may not have been so much when I received it. , about 5-6 years ago. Worked in advance by Reeferman and CannaBioGen, it came to my hands also via HdB. My mission was to analyze it, cultivate it, continue generations trying to improve this line. It promised to be an adventure and it was. I was promised an easy sativa for indoor, nothing to do with those crazy Asian or African who had previously roamed my culture. It was not in all cases. Something that I liked about it is that there was still variability and plants much later, large, but of spectacular beauty. Also fine appearance of classic sativa, internode media, leaves with characteristic sawing and the flowers were something of great delight.Calves medium but silky stigmas, very wide and large, of the largest I will have seen.An intense garlands after drying, give an extraordinary appearance to the stored flowers.The final weight was good although some did not have great consistency in buds, even aerated. On the other hand there were larger leaf specimens and more compact structure, with flowers of great density. In both expressions the resin was abundant and the smells were strong in culture. They bloomed until 3-4 weeks before their later sisters. good genetics for indoor.The smoked is enjoyed a lot, very dense and aromatic smoke, an intense creamy and touch something spicy or citric.Effect quite strong, powerful, excessively can cloud a little the mind and preferred it for occasional more marked occasions that for the day to day because I do not like the strong effects daily, but this is something very personal. After a few small approximations in principle, I went on to follow the line 3 more generations and that is how it continues in the form of seeds. I wanted to keep the line open, as I found it, while removing those lacking vigor or quality along the way , hermaphrodites and the most extreme in terms of slow blooms that did not bring with them the potency and necessary productions that other copies of blooms somewhat shorter if they showed. ""