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The Kush is the least leafy with long stemmed fan leaves that tended to droop more downward, exposing the
dense, tight-to-the-stems buds (very little if any side branching) to more light during later maturity. Also, the
fan leaves of the Kush were slightly wider (at the leaflet center) and "rounder" than the basic Afghan. The Kush
became notorious as the easiest plant to manicure and trim due to the long-stemmed leaves, many of which
fell off at maturity, and the trichome-drenched, fat, dense bud structure (with large swollen bracts and flowers).
The Kush was also more colourful and sported a "sweet-musky-earthen" aroma, some with aroma like
sweet-ripe berries. The name "Hindu Kush" was reinforced (and partially borrowed from) Robert Connell
Clarke's Marijuana Botany as it seemed best to fit the description.
Therefore, "Blueberry" (et al) was selected not only from "Hindu Kush" (sweet, berry, or otherwise from my own
f2 and beyond crosses) but inevitably derived from Afghan ancestry as well (the original P1 stock). Technically,
the Hindu Kush region (Northeastern Himalayas) is associated with Afghanistan/Northwest Frontier north of
Pakistan, but this has little to do with the specific names assigned to these strains. I hope this has helped to
|Pot Seeds Hashish the combination of the three major varieties. This strain has an
enormous potency and sticky Sativa high. The taste is very mild."
"“Taste: The fruitiness of the Indicas with a strong presence of the widow and skunk tastes. Smell: A rich
fragrance of flowers and fruits with the odour of a White Shark. Visuals: Orange haired fullness of the super
skunk that glistened in the crystal rain of its widow father origins. Touch: The thick, densely crystallized cola
are sticky and solid -just like the original parents. Stone: Seductive high feeling, that has the strength of the
jaws of his namegiver. Family Heritage: A cross between a Super Skunk and a White Widow. – Green House
Seed Co. catalog."
Vegetative Time: For indoors a suggested minimum of 2 – 4 weeks. For outside germinate May or by the end
of spring. Flowering Time: For indoors a suggested time of 8 weeks. For outside, it will be ready early autumn.
A substantial yield will be expected. Achievements: 2nd - Place - BIO-Award 1997, 2nd - Place - Cannabis Cup
1997” – Green House Seed Co. catalog."
“There is something so enchanting about the way the buds have formed on these plants. Like not so little
snow cones sitting delicately atop their verdant, leafy bases. Like the plants belong in a Japanese Garden or
something! And one thing I have noticed. The skunkiness that accompanied the beginning of flowering has
pretty much dissipated entirely at this point. The floral clusters now have a divine aroma to them; something
like fresh wintergreen. And the resin crystals are starting to coat both the calyxes and the subtending leaves.
Yummy. I really like these plants, can you tell?"
Someone was wondering about stretching with this cross. They are not small plants for sure. More like
moderately big with significant but not unmanageable internode lengthening during the first four weeks of
flowering. I know this is impressionistic, but they are too far along in their development to give you a
retrospective percentage of the stretch to the original seedling size at the time flowering was initiated.
Cloning is super easy with GWS and the slips grow like wildfire. It is an ideal plant for double-stemming. I look
forward to sampling the final product which I understand ripens fully in about sixty days. It will also be
interesting to see how much more bud growth occurs in the final fifteen days of flowering.” -Moose"
"“It’s the little sister of the White Widow Bio, short plant ideal for people with little space. Very soft taste and
decent high. Grown very much by local growers, a perfect compromise between quality and yield. Strongly
favored by Hydro growers. Very good yield."
"“This white crystal covered compact bud is mostly pale green with patches of dark green and contains sparse
clusters of orange-red hairs. It has a strong sweet green scent with just a hint of pine. Not particularly flavorful
when smoked, K2's flavor is mild green with a bio taste. The smoke is sFermentieren
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“Try NL#9 from Sagarmatha. This strain is NL#5, WW and Durban Poison. I've heard great reports about this
plant.” - SK1
“I have been growing Northern Lights #9 from Sagarmatha for about 8 months and the yield is pretty good. My
yield in hydro is a little over 2 oz's dry per 3 1/2 ft plant. The buds are HUGE, very fluffy, and very visible
crystals. When growing the smell is very minimal but once the buds dry after harvest the smell is so strong that
an 1/8th will stink up your whole house even in Tupperware. Another great thing is that if you are using CO2
the plant is ready to harvest in 45 days, 50 days tops. I also had a few problems with my nutrient mixture and
since I have corrected it I am expecting to get 2 1/2 or better my next harvest. One of buddy's growing the
strain organically yields a little under 2 oz's using a 400 watt hps.” -KB