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Origin: South Africa and California
Type: F1 hybrid
Composition: 12.5 % indica, 87.5% sativa
Flowering-Time: 8-10 weeks
Environment: Fit for in side, outside, and greenhouse cultivation
Appearance: The plant has long, sticky buds and many branches
Smell/Taste: High, soft taste
Height: Medium tall
Yield: 200-500 gr.
Harvest-Time: ? 10 October - Positronics seedbank catalog
Very simple pedigree: its an F1 cross of two stable strains: durban poison and skunk (probably skunk#1). Its not the most potent strain ever, but it is nice. Durban gives a good flavour to this plant (durban has a slight taste of aniseed, coffee or liquorice), which grows slightly larger than average skunk (but can still be cropped at under 2ft easily), plant tends towards a bush (no single stem shit here), buds are firm, very resinous and pungent. Yield is lower than many indicas, but quite respectible compared to most sativas. The reason for the cross was that durban is concidered by many to be a bitch to grow, with a resultant lower yield than ideal, so some o f D's worst traits (height, yield, variatio n in high, hermaphrodite tendencies & cutting prob's) have been mo derated by crossing to skunk. I wouldn't grow it outside. If I liked skunky weed (purely a matter of personal taste), then this would be a plant I would grow first off, along with Kerala skunk (similar, but from southern india, slightly more trippy). I think on the hole, a good plant. - durban