Durbakistan: Landrace Indica Meets South African Sativa
This hybrid is a combination of two special and unique strains: Durban Poison and Pakistan Chitral Kush. The genetic profile of this plant results in the appearance of many traits often associated with sativas, like tall, stretchy plants and uplifting highs.
Durbakistan inherited its fruity flavours, uplifting effects and long flowering time from Durban Poison. On the other hand, the landrace Pakistan Chitral Kush added beautiful purple hues and earthy notes to the mix.
Aroma, Flavour, and Effects of Durbakistan: Tantalising Floral Bouquet
Candy-like flavours, sugary aromas, hints of strawberries and even carrots—Durbakistan packs quite a punch when it comes to taste and smell. During flowering, these buds fill the garden with incredible notes of earthiness and sweetness. The big, airy colas display beautiful, purple colours, especially in cooler climates and the buds’ structure proves handy if the growing conditions are a little humid.
Smoking or vaping Durbakistan brings about an instant surge of energy and motivation—the strain’s mood-boosting effects are perfect for a day packed full of activities.
Growing Durbakistan: High Yields From Vigorous Plants
Sativas aren’t known for their quick turnaround and the 75–80 days of flowering display exactly this influence. If patience is your virtue, you’ll be pleased to know that Durbakistan offers excellent yields if grown in optimum conditions. Plants grow quite tall and develop long, thin leaves and medium internodal distances.
Grow your own Durbakistan
- Grow difficulty
- Flowering type
- Flowering time
- 10-12 weeks
- Harvest time (outdoor)
- Early November
- Yield (indoor)
- Yield (outdoor)
- Height (indoor)
- Height (outdoor)
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