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Type: Indica-sativa, indoor and outdoor,
Start vegetate: when the roots show,
Flowering time: 45-50 days,
Average height: 0.5 - 0.75 meter,
Yield: 350 - 375 grams / m. (dried).
This variety brings back that majestic legendary marijuana from the great Alaskan Northland. Highly recommended by the best fishing and hiking guides in the Matanuska Valley. The buds are huge and solid as Danali "Mt. McKinley herself. A glacier of THC crystals frosts her colas and packs more power than an icepack polar bear. Persons prone to altitude sickness should use caution.
As a matter of fact, almost all the Sagarmatha strains I tried were pretty average when I think back. The only standout was the Matanuska Tundra or whatever Tony calls it. When I went to Alaska I had the real deal Matanuska Thunderf*ck and they weren't anywhere near the same. The real Thunderf*ck has an insane "woo-hoo, I am high!!" kind of high? Sagarmatha's products all seem to be indica dominant "sit down and rest" strains. Even Western Winds, with it's "soaring cerebral high" was indica laden. - Geronimo
Alaska hasn't any indigenous strains, so it would make it very, very difficult for Matanuska to be a pure strain. Matanuska is a hybrid that grows like an Indica and has a Sativa high, that rules out the chance of it being a pure strain. It was named Matanuska because that is the name of the Matanuska/Susitna Valley, just outside of Anchorage, where the strain was first produced when it was brought into Alaska. For reference, the original name is Alaskan Matanuska Valley Thunderf*ck. The name " Matanuska Tundra " was made up by the Sagarmatha Seed Company in Amsterdam. Supposedly, Rob from Sagarmatha actually went to Alaska and pirated some genetics that were available, took them back to 'Dam and crossed them with Dutch strains, Peak-19 being one variation. Now, seeing as how Matanuska Thunderf*ck didn't originate in Alaska, it makes it unlikely that Sagarmatha's version is Matanuska.
Exception to the rule, after years of being cultivated in Alaska, some versions of Matanuska have become acclimatized and, in theory, could be called " true " Matanuska. Maybe? Rob from Sagarmatha got lucky and found someone with some "true" Matanuska SEEDS he could smuggle back to Holland. Doubtful, while there I met not a single person with seed, only clones. Also, Thunderf*ck is some of the most sought after weed in Alaska, getting someone to give up a desirable seed or an even more desirable clone would take an act of God. So, I would lay money Rob didn't take "true" Matanuska home with him, especially seeing as how he is already an expatriate( the U.S. frowns on these individuals), I can't imagine him coming or going through customs with a cutting.
By the way, the weed in Amsterdam is cultivated by private growers and sold to the coffeeshops in bulk. So regardless of what shop the Tundra was purchased at, the seed originated from Sagarmatha. - Geronimo