Posted on: September 23rd 2009
Originally brought into the United States and Holland in the 1970′s, it’s been used in many crosses to improve yield, mold/pest resistance, and add its Indica power and resin production.
Normally hashy and earthy, sometimes very musky and spicy, at times overwhelming carbon filters.
Sedating and pain-relieving, Afghani varieties are known for being narcotic at times and eminently relaxing. Known for fairly high CBD content, they have great analgesic properties.
These hearty plants are suitable for any type of cultivation and thrive even in difficult and cold-weather climates… they also thrive in SCROG and other training setups.