The Tiborszallasi hemp variety is a Hungarian genetic seeds that takes its name from its area of origin; cultivated throughout the Mediterranean basin up to the northernmost areas of the Scandinavian countries, it is one of the most used seeds in the legal cannabis market.
It is a genetically engineered seed for the production of biomass, fibre and hemp oil. Nowadays, with its particularly dense foliage, the Tiborszallasi is often used for the cultivation of hemp buds of light collectable marijuana. Thanks to the very low THC content (<0.6%) and the right amount of CBD (about 8%), the Tiborszallasi among the most appreciated varieties of hemp. The contribution of terpenes (Borneolo, Camphene and Delta 3) is noticed already at a certain distance; the plant of this species are dense and resinous, fragrant and visually bright. Being part of the family of the Dioiche, many consider this variety suitable for indoor cultivation. The Tiborszallasi trichomes (bulbous and sessile capitate) can be observed even without the aid of a magnifying glass, while the presence of the numerous terpenes becomes real through the constant release of odours and fragrances typical of marijuana plants. Outdoor production ends in July, after 140/150 days of production, and the grubbing of the plants precedes the drying process for that part of the crop destined to the inflorescences of marijuana light. The plants grow copiously up to 3.5 meters in height, ensuring a generous and safe harvest. The leaves of the Tiborsallasi are dark green, the stem of green is slightly lighter and ribbed. Each leaf of this variety has 9 small leaves. The frequency of male varieties is 50-53%. Many Italian companies use this seed for their “cannabis light” production.