Biscotti Mintz is a feminized marijuana strain born from the combination of some of the most impressive North American genetics.
On specialized websites such as Leafly it has very favorable opinions. And in others, such as GrowDiaries, it is a favorite among growers because of the striking results obtained.
Biscotti Mintz is a hybrid cross between Biscotti and Kush Mintz. Among its ancestors are genes from the impressive Florida OG, Gelato, Girl Scout Cookies, Pink Panties or Bubba Kush, among others.
It is a variety with 80% Indica dominance that tends to acquire beautiful orange and purple tones in leaves and buds, in addition to pistils of a striking orange color.
How to grow Biscotti Mintz
Outdoors our Biscotti Mintz bulk seeds have a fast growth from the first day. It has the classic Christmas tree structure, with a long apical and strong branches that will be filled with large caliber buds.
Outdoors, if seeds are germinated in early spring, plants can be expected to reach two meters in height. Harvesting will generally take place between the first and second week of October.
Biscotti Mintz indoors is a plant that behaves very well and does not pose any challenge to the grower. Due to its high Indica dominance, it tends to have a contained growth.
It produces long, thick apicals that will dazzle with their color. From the change of photoperiod to flowering , it will be harvested in 8-9 weeks. Its odor is intense and we recommend using a good carbon filter.
Characteristics of Biscotti Mintz
Its smell and taste is complex due to its genetic composition, but it could be defined as chocolate and mint cookies. Among the most abundant terpenes are Limonene, Caryophyllene, and Eucalyptol.
The effect is powerful, with a psychoactive and stimulating beginning that soon gives way to a relaxation and warmth that make it very appropriate to spend quiet moments and good mood.
Outdoors it is a variety that despite its size, the productions in the largest specimens can reach 1500 grams per plant.
Indoors, in optimized crops and always depending on the cultivation technique, it will not be difficult to exceed 600 grams per m2. The best possible option is to opt for SOG cultivation from cuttings.
What we like the most
- Easy to grow and resistant.
- Very high production.
- The flavor of chocolate and mint cookies.
- A very striking color.
- Quality bulk seeds.
What we like least
- In bloom it is very fragrant.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below you will find the answers to the most frequently asked questions by growers interested in this strain:
When does outdoor Biscotti Mintz start flowering?
Flowering in Spain begins during the second half of September and lasts until the beginning of October.
When to cut an outdoor Biscotti Mintz?
This feminized variety is harvested between the first and second week of October.
How to grow a feminized Biscotti Mintz?
It is a variety that grows with great vigor from day one. Bet on a good substrate and quality nutrients, and she will give you a generous harvest.
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