Durban Poison Regular Seeds by True Blue Seeds.

 

These seeds are ready to harvest in 8-9 Weeks in March. This Regular seed grows well in a Greenhouse, Indoors, or  Outdoors.  These seeds are treated to produce 'Feminized' seeds.

 

Durban Poison grows well indoors and outdoors. It is a very mould and pest-resistant strain. When grown indoors flowering is completed in 8-9 weeks. Outdoor plants can grow to be very large reaching 3m in height before being ready to harvest in late March or very early April before the weather turns. The structure, bud development and potent, clear, uplifting, energising high are all clearly sativa in style. Only the darker green leaves betray its small proportion of indica genetics. It has an appetising flavour of aniseed/liquorice with notes of clove.

 

For more information on DP: https://www.leafly.com/sativa/durban-poison

 

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Durban Poison

$24.00Price
Pack
  • BREEDER True Blue Seeds
    GENETICS Durban Poison
    VARIETY Sativa
    FLOWERING TYPE Photoperiod
    SEX Regular
    THC CONTENT 26%
    CBD CONTENT Low
    PLANT HEIGHT Up to 3 meters outdoors
    GROWS Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors
    FLOWERING TIME 8-9 Weeks
    HARVEST MONTH March 
    TASTE / FLAVOUR Licorice, Spicy / Herbal
    EFFECT Cerebral, Energetic, Uplifting

     

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