This original landrace strain gets its name from its country of origin. First discovered high in the mountainous regions of Afghanistan, this euphoric and relaxing indica strain is perfect for cloning, cross breeding and large volume production. Above average in THC, this well-known classic is a must have for experienced or new growers.
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Crop King’s Afghani regular marijuana seeds are ‘Regular’ cannabis seeds that are a mixture of both male and female seeds. If the male and female seeds are grown together and pollinate, they will produce more seeds instead of flowers or ‘buds’.
If the aim is for your plants to produce buds, but you still want to use a regular strain instead of a feminized strain, you can separate the males before they pollinate the females while they are still immature plants. An easy way to tell the difference between male and female plants is during the pre-flowering stage. At this time the males will produce pre-flowers that are ‘ball’ shaped, while the females will produce pre-flowers that are ‘pistil’ shaped.
Crowd favorite Afghani is a high yielding strain that is very potent and delivers a lasting high. Above average in THC, this indica-dominant original landrace strain gives way for a relaxing and happy high that works for both new and experienced users any time you need to unwind.
The perfect smoke to cap the night, consuming this indica-dominant strain will give you a strong body buzz, and will have you glued to your bed while soothing and calming your tired muscles. Afghani has a robust full-flavor accompanied with hints of exotic fruit.
The yield for this strain is remarkable, reaching 500g when grown indoors and 300g outdoors. These are hefty amounts, given that every part of Afghani’s huge, gorgeous, sparkling buds is absolutely packed with stinky and pungent goodness and a kind of satisfying body high you rarely find.
Order yourself some of these delightful cannabis seeds and be prepared to harvest impressively huge yields of beautiful, sticky and stinky buds after a few months. Afghani is definitely worth the work you put into it.