About durban poison feminized
A promising kind of the sativa strain, almost everyone who has ever tried Durban Poison gives positive feedback.
Growing her shows she is a true sativa kind with long small leaves and a fresh green color with wide growing branches.
When properly dried the buds are a beautiful sight, lovely golden brown/orange hairs lay gently on the nice green colored bud which has a solid and firm texture.
It has a powdery look because of the layer of resin all over, this just invites you to light it up and enjoy the ride.
Durban Poison has a high level of THC that will leave you in an energetic high and that typical sativa buzz and tasted surprisingly fresh and sweet.
Imported from South Africa, Durban Poison is now mainly produced in Holland. The pure sativa inbred is highly-stabilized. It produces large long buds and leaves with lots of resin. It makes one go really high, and it has a lingering licorice flavor. It can be grown either indoor or outdoor, and even cultivated very well in hotter climates, while it can withstand artificial light for indoor growing too. It can be out-crossed with late bloomers to facilitate early flowering.
Easy to Cultivate
This popular variety is quite easy to cultivate; the seeds can easily confuse a novice grower with their indica appearance. The dark green leaves contain enough resin. It has similar, high flavor as that of Thai. With sweet liquorices and unique anise flavor, it has won Token Bowl Cannabis Culture award too.
Popularly Known as the Dutch Passion
Also known as Dutch Passion, it is good for both outdoor and indoor cultivation. It flowers within 10 weeks and grows into a tall plant. It has nearly 18.6 percent of THC level and the buds yield up to 350g per plant. The best time to harvest Dutch Passion is mid Sept.
Don’t Go by Its Looks!
Though it doesn’t have beautiful appearance, one shouldn’t judge this strain by looks. It is resistant to mushroom and mould, and can be grown easily. The flowering cycle is quite short, like a sativa genetic. The seeds can be planted in April, so that completely set Duran Poison plant is readily available in the first or second week of Sept.
One can really enjoy the Thai aroma and Asian flavor coming from this cannabis seed. The taste could be that of sweet aniseed or liquorices. This sativa dominant potistrippy high and has smell of juniper berries. In terms of potency and structure-wise, it is comparable to modern indoor marijuana seeds.