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Recent archaeological evidence suggests that Proto-Indo-Europeans were most likely the first peoples to use cannabis for both medicinal and ritualistic purposes as far back as 30,000 years ago. This controversial theory predates ancient Chinese emperor Shen Nung and turns the idea that cannabis migrated from East to West on its head. Furthermore, evidence of carbonised cannabis seeds has been discovered in Romania that date back to the time of the Kurgans some 5,000 years ago.

True to her Afghan pedigree, she grows stocky and sturdy, remaining about 1m tall. Ideally suited to a variety of indoor cultivation styles from basic organics to advanced hydroponics. Even beginner indoor growers have been known to pull down impressive 500g/m² harvests. Outdoors in a dry, southern climate, she can reach 2m and tip the scale with yields of 500g per plant.

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Spicy, peppery, and piney notes will perfume the air and most definitely announce the presence of Critical. Odour control is a must. Her smooth, slightly sour flavour will keep you coming back for more. High humidity must be avoided at all costs in late bloom to prevent a mould strike to her pumped up flowers.

Think that’s a little far out? The possibility that sativa strains were introduced from parts unknown and through climatic and environmental adaptation evolved into indica strains is another credible hypothesis. There are so many possibilities. Too many “unknown knowns” to factor.

Afghan cannabis genetics are the rock solid, green foundation of Cannabis Cup Champions past, present, and future. The rugged, pure-indica landrace strains of Afghanistan are believed to be the first cannabis to be consumed by mankind. Exactly when and by whom are still something of a mystery and the subject of a contentious debate.

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While I plan on being an outdoor grower, I still starting them off indoors because it still sometimes drops to around 40 degrees at night here in NC and I want to ensure my plants get off to a good start.

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I got the right lighting now and my plants are looking real good and healthy.

For anybody trying this for the first time indoors, make sure you have the right lighting so that your plants start off right, otherwise you will learn like I did that improper lighting will cause the stems to grow quicker than the leaves and you will have to support and constantly monitor them so that they don’t do a nose dive on you.

Because of her limited size, short flowering stage and high yield she is also very wanted for commercial growth because they can deliver large quantities in a shorter period of time which means more income.
Afghan can handle amounts of stress and is mold and disease resistant so just that makes her very suitable for beginners, they can afford to make mistakes and she adjusts well to it.
People who suffer from insomnia find Afghan a perfect medicine to put them to sleep and also she relieves pain and stress.
The odor she spreads while blooming can be noted as a cannabis flavor mixed with a light citrus smell.
When you smoke the properly dried buds you’ll certainly taste strong flavor while the smoke is soft and dense.
The effect you get can be explained as narcotic and stoned, a definite couch-lock will keep you company.

This is an Indica dominant cannabis strain, which is capable of reaching a height of around 35 to 50 cms and producing as much as 350 grams of buds on each feminized plant. The THC content of Afghan feminized seeds plants is usually in the range of 15% to 20%, but it offers full body buzz when medicated on.

Typically, Afghan feminized seeds produce very strong plants with stems and they can be easily grown both outside and inside.

The round and thick leaves have thick buds next to them. You may not see too many crystals in these plants but they still give smooth and rich hash like smoke, enjoyed by the weed lovers. They grow well in mountainous region, which is also evident from its history.

Afghan feminized seeds are potential and good quality seeds with all Indica properties that make them wanted all over the world.
This popular strain has been imported from Afghanistan where her origin lies. In the 70’s she was brought to the Netherlands where she has been cultivated for the better but has never been hybridized.