Afghan Kush Early Harvest
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Alchimia presents here the Early Harvest version of World Of Seeds Afghan Kush cannabis strain, a 100% Indica landrace strain now available with earlier flowering.
The fruit of the cross between the traditional Afghan Kush and a 4th generation Autoflowering strain, this variety remains sensitive to photoperiod, while flowering more quickly, reaching maturity after only 45 days of flowering.
In outdoor cannabis cultivation, Afghan Kush Early Harvest starts flowering earlier in the season, so it can be harvested before conditions deteriorate. This early flowering, combined with its great resistance to pests and mould, makes this an ideal plant for outdoor cultivation.
Compact and robust, it can produce up to 450g per m2 indoors, and up to 600 grams outdoors. Its generously resin-covered flowers exude a woody and organic aroma and will give returns of about 20% in BHO extractions.
The effect of Afghan Kush Early Harvest is typically Indica, physically relaxing while leaving the mind clear and lucid.
World Of Seeds Afghan Kush Early Harvest info:
- Type: Feminized seeds
- Genetics: Afghan Kush x Auto F4 lineage
- 100% Indica
- Indoor flowering: 45 days
- Harvest outdoors: September
- Indoor yield: 450g per m2
- Outdoor yield: up to 600g per plant
- THC: 21.6%
- BHO yield: 20%
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Opinions about Afghan Kush Early Harvest and questions
Hi hotyogazen, it is a "slang" term in Cannabis circles that refers to less mature buds placed on lower branches under the canopy, smaller and fluffy/not so dense comparing to Colas on top of the plants, generally due to a lack of light penetration or the shadow of a bigger bud. These type of buds (which are more often leafy than tight) don't reach their full potential, depending on their quality it can be pruned (=delarfing) in order to not suck energy that can be directed towards the main Colas, or kept and harvested to make Hash, smaller "one person bong hits", edibles, and so on ;-) Hope that helps ! Best regards !