Durban Poison feminized seeds
Durban Poison from Dutch Passion is a Sativa-dominant strain with great characteristics that allow this plant to grow in environmental conditions, which are usually far from ideal for a Sativa strain. With XXL yields after just 8.5 weeks, a heavy resin-laden bloom, and great spicy aromas and tastes that brings clear-headed effect and help to relieve anxiety.
- Dutch Passion
- Light feeling
- 200 - 300 cm outdoors
- 500+ g/m²
- 56 - 63 days
- Sativa dominant
- 15 - 22 %
Durban Poison: A Strain Developed To Survive In Harsh Conditions
Dutch Passion has an excellent offer for cultivators who want to grow their plants outdoors, but their environmental conditions are far from the best. Durban Poison is a Sativa-dominant cannabis strain with a rich history and great resistance. Originally, Durban Poison was brought to Holland from South Africa, and in the 1970’s this strain was bred and crossed until it was adaptable enough even for the harsh climates of Northern Europe.
Be ready to grow huge plants with long side branches full of big long dense buds. The production of resin is very high, so flowers are very sticky and full of trichomes and the plants will grow to 200-300cm tall. The THC content is at 7-15%. Basically, Durban Poison looks like a classic Sativa with all Sativa like qualities like long flowers and thin leaves. The flowering time varies from 8-9 weeks to 12-16 weeks with an outdoor harvest period during mid-October, and will produce XXL sized yields, according to Dutch Passion themselves.
- Suggested Nutrients: GHE
- Recommended Techniques: Topping, Main-Lining, and Defoliation
Indoor Lighting Suggestion: HID 600W lights used during both the vegetation period and flowering period may help to produce around 115g/plant.
Sativa Rules The Party!
Due to its Sativa genes, Durban Poison provides an intensely stimulating and energizing effect. This strain will be a great choice for a daytime, as it does not provide for a heavy stoned feeling. Durban Poison relieves anxiety as well and as for aroma and taste, they are very spicy with anise, licorice and clove undertones.
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