One of the most refined blends of indica genetics in our catalogue: our own Afghan Kush, from kush strains grown in a small area in Northern Afghanistan in the Hindu Kush mountain range and boasting a 100% indica genetic heritage; crossed with Black Domina, a quick flowering hybrid with a delicious taste and smell and one of the best Afghan strains on the market.
Afghan Kush x Black Domina is a fast and easy to grow strain characterised by her high therapeutic value and the density of her buds that are covered in beautiful resin glands, making her compatible with the needs of expert growers and novices alike. Afghan Kush x Black Domina is sufficiently strong for therapeutic uses and is specially recommended for insomnia sufferers. Pure Afghan taste!
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AFGHAN KUSH x BLACK DOMINA
Where to Grow
Taste / Flavor
350-450 gr indoor, 900 gr outdoor
Impressed Review by St1415
This was my first time growing a few things after research I was looking for was high yield potential, good for growing outdoors, resistance for mold/mildew and a shorter plant due to growing in the suburbs. A heavy indica as I’m a medical user was also Important. I will say this site laid it out very easy to make a choice.
I was not disappointed in these seeds. They all popped all were female and one even had a genetic mutation that had trileafed when sprouted. That plant grew into a monster. Easily my largest plant. Had two equally impressive main colas with a ton of smaller colas.
My plants were grown outside in southern Ontario in 10gallon movable fabric pots- to chase the sun. Used promix soil with advanced nutrients trio. I wasnt expecting the 900gram output per plant being my first grow. All said 4 planted pulled 3.2lbs dried and trimmed. Not too bad for a first timer. I will say they all grew way past the 110cm advertised most being about 5.5feet tall but the one with gentetic mutation grew to about 7 feet. Didnt turn out to be a problem with the neighbours, though I got a fair amount of questions about growing and If id share. Will likely grow this strain again next year with goals of higher yields by doing some plant training. (Posted on 10/15/2019)
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