Hindu Kush Marijuana Seeds Growing Review.
Hindu Kush marijuana seeds are named after their natural origins. Found growing in the mountainous region between Afghanistan and Pakistan, these tough, hardy plants have developed to cope with extreme conditions. Thick stems, strong branches and a squat, bushy appearance have made the strain a favorite with many indoor and outdoor growers.
A natural, Land-race strain, Hindu Kush marijuana seeds produce their biggest yields when cultivated outdoors in warm, sunny climates. Planted outside from the middle of Spring, the young seedlings have plenty of time to grow and develop over the Summer months. As with all feminized marijuana seeds, flowering begins as the daylight hours reduce below twelve per-day.
Fast-flowering times and generous, high-quality harvests, have made the Hindu Kush strain a favorite with many indoor growers. Ideally suited to the Sea-of-Green technique, allow the plants between 4 – 8 weeks in vegetative growth before flowering. Prune lower leaves and weak branches to improve air-flow, reducing the chances of mold and bud-rot developing.
This pure-Indica strain is known for its large, dense buds and heavy resin production. Short, indoor flowering times of between 7 – 8, can produce yields of up to 14-ounces per square meter. Outdoors, with good conditions, plants can generate up to 17-ounces each, with late-September harvests. A great choice for all levels of experience.