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Description

This is a unique variety brought from South Africa and bred in Holland, which is pretty outstanding in and of itself. Pure Sativa inbred strain that has never been cross-bred with any other strains.

This kind is in high demand because to its mild and energising high, as well as its expanding range of medicinal uses. As a Sativa, it resembles an Indica significantly more than an Indica as it matures, making it difficult to tell the difference between the two.

When it reaches a particular stage (about 8-9 weeks in), however, it begins to produce obvious compact buds that are dense with THC.

The strain is feminised, making it more easier to grow. Breeders made this modest change to the plant's DNA in an effort to increase the likelihood that the seeds will germinate into female plants.

The male plants are unnecessary for those who don't plan on breeding their own future crops, since it is the female plants that produce.
There's no need to employ male plants for pollination, as it has been discovered that the females can actually generate the same pollen if they are managed correctly, although this is a very complicated operation and should only be attempted by experts.

Because they save time, money, and space, feminised seeds have become increasingly popular. Additionally, breeding with females results in more consistently high-quality and uniform crops in the future.
Many growers these days do not have the resources to purchase twice as many seeds as their desired number of females and do not have the space to accommodate unnecessary males.

By the first week of September, if you plant this variety in April, it will be ready to harvest. The high yield and medium height of this plant make it suitable for both indoor and outdoor cultivation, as well as for use in greenhouses to keep away insects like mites and aphids.

Effect: Cerebral, Energetic, Uplifting
Flowering time: 8-9 weeks
Genetics: Durban Poison
Grows: Greenhouse, Grows indoors, Grows outdoors
Plant height: Up to 3 meters outdoors
Sex: Feminised
Taste: Spicy, hazy taste with hints of aniseed, liquorice and cloves
THC Content: up to 24%
Variety: Sativa
Yield: High
Seed type: Feminised Seeds

Description

This is a unique variety brought from South Africa and bred in Holland, which is pretty outstanding in and of itself. Pure Sativa inbred strain that has never been cross-bred with any other strains.

This kind is in high demand because to its mild and energising high, as well as its expanding range of medicinal uses. As a Sativa, it resembles an Indica significantly more than an Indica as it matures, making it difficult to tell the difference between the two.

When it reaches a particular stage (about 8-9 weeks in), however, it begins to produce obvious compact buds that are dense with THC.

The strain is feminised, making it more easier to grow. Breeders made this modest change to the plant's DNA in an effort to increase the likelihood that the seeds will germinate into female plants.

The male plants are unnecessary for those who don't plan on breeding their own future crops, since it is the female plants that produce.
There's no need to employ male plants for pollination, as it has been discovered that the females can actually generate the same pollen if they are managed correctly, although this is a very complicated operation and should only be attempted by experts.

Because they save time, money, and space, feminised seeds have become increasingly popular. Additionally, breeding with females results in more consistently high-quality and uniform crops in the future.
Many growers these days do not have the resources to purchase twice as many seeds as their desired number of females and do not have the space to accommodate unnecessary males.

By the first week of September, if you plant this variety in April, it will be ready to harvest. The high yield and medium height of this plant make it suitable for both indoor and outdoor cultivation, as well as for use in greenhouses to keep away insects like mites and aphids.

Effect: Cerebral, Energetic, Uplifting
Flowering time: 8-9 weeks
Genetics: Durban Poison
Grows: Greenhouse, Grows indoors, Grows outdoors
Plant height: Up to 3 meters outdoors
Sex: Feminised
Taste: Spicy, hazy taste with hints of aniseed, liquorice and cloves
THC Content: up to 24%
Variety: Sativa
Yield: High
Seed type: Feminised Seeds

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Durban Poison - Feminized Seeds

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