A few bags of seeds from a friend who smuggled weed from Punta Cometa from the 1970’s to early 1980’s… this lot was from a bag from 1974′. These are from smugglers loads coming from the mountains, so they could be from Mixteca, Ixtlan in Sierra Norte, Sierra Sur, Valles Centrales and some loads coming from the Oaxaca side of Vera Cruz. These are delicate sativas that can form nice long colas or smaller clusters. Flowers turn orange and pink and shades of other colors. Flowers have a woody aroma and smell of ripe fruit similar to papaya or mango. The Oaxaca 74′ grows about 5 to 6 feet, but could grow taller if given the root space to grow. No intersex traits or sensitivity to nutrients but as a rule treat all Mexicans from these southern states with kindness and don’t try to push with fertilizers or over water. Outdoors some phenos can finish in September or October. This is a limited release of a strain from a different time. Try to make more and share.