The original ‘AK’, brought from the heart of the Hindu Kush mountain range where its genotype has been selected and perfected over centuries to be the ultimate source of cannabis resin. Fragrant north Indian charas and sticky black Afghani hashish are both largely produced from Kush plants — a subset of the Indica family which may be considered definitive examples of that line.
Afghan Kush produces a heavy yield and remains compact, especially working with clones. Growers who flower their original seed plants will notice a jump in height at the onset of blooming, due to this strain’s natural vigour. Leaves are broad-bladed and dark green. Afghan Kush buds develop into massive, blunt-topped, resin-saturated nuggets of pure Indica goodness.
Afghan Kush is a regular strain, which will produce male and female plants.
The Afghan Kush strain has large proportion of Indica genes in its background.
Afghan Kush will have a comparatively short flowering time.
Afghan Kush will have average height gain during flowering.
Afghan Kush can produce a large yield, without the extra care needed for some of the higher yielding strains
Afghan Kush can be grown outside in a normal warm summer.