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Sweet Valley Kush, original strain of the Hindu Kush mountains between Pakistan and Afghanistan. Powerful indica dominance marijuana plant that grows compact, short and well branched. Sweet Valley Kush generates thick and dense buds coated with thick resin that will be ready to harvest after 8-9 weeks of flowering. Powerful relaxing effect with an intense sweet and earthy flavor.
|Seed Type||Feminized - Photoperiod|
|Cross||Afghan Kush x Hindu Kush|
|Flowering (indoors)||8-9 weeks|
|Harvest (outdoors)||Early October|
|Yield (Indoors)||400-500 g/m2|
|Height Outdoor||150-170 cm|
|Yield (Outdoors)||750 g/plant|
Sweet Valley Kush is an Afghan Kush that originates from the Hindu Kush region near the border of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Sweet Valley Kush is a short plant, very well suited for SoG. Plants can turn very dark during the end of flowering period and the buds are covered in resin. The flowering time is 8-9 weeks. It will reach the full flavor and effect in the last week. For best results we recommend to let it go the full 9 weeks.
Outdoors Sweet Valley Kush will finish early October in the northern hemisphere and production can reach up to 1000g per plant. The small size of the plant makes it ideal for guerrilla growers who want to hide the plants between bigger ones. Sweet Valley Kush produces very dense buds covered in resin. It is not the most commercial plant but the quality of the final product is outstanding. The sweet taste reminds of berries and has a earthy kush background on the exhale. It creates a very relaxing effect that lasts long and is very effective in pain therapy, appetite stimulation and against insomnia.
Afghan Kush x Hindu Kush
Very relaxing and long lasting effect. Very sweet taste, reminds of berries with a earthy Kush background. Medicinally effective in pain therapy, appetite stimulation and against insomnia.
8-9 weeks 750 g/m2
8-9 weeks 1000 g/plant. 1st week of October
20% SATIVA - 80% INDICA
THC: 22.39 CBD: 0.5 CBN: 0.05
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