durban poison seeds

Durban Poison seeds come from the Original Durban, also names to its origins Durban lineage, South Africa. This seed comes with the same hallucinating effect just like is parents where also they are known for this effect. Though it is not surprising because this Durban Poison has a very high THC content, which can reach up to more than 20%.

Durban Poison Seeds can be grown in both indoors and outdoors environment, the buds of this plant are always heavy and fat covered in think layers or shining trichomes. Though you don’t need to use Durban Poison to get thrilled. The look of its big glands are overflowing with resin is sufficient to make you drool over. Durban Poison can produce yields of 350grams when grown outdoors and can yield 550grams indoors. 

Besides from the psychedelic effects, having as the euphoric high can also be the effect of smoking this strain. Also, it can boost your creativity and energy. This is a good strain to smoke if you want to be productive or need critical thinking for and important things at work or at home. If you want to have a euphoric effect or feeling persuade this strain is perfect for that, because this strain is sativa-dominant which has 60% sativa content. 

What does Durban Poison Strain Taste Like?

This strain is a sativa-dominant with a very unique amazing smell. It is also known for its hazy and spicy taste with the touch of aniseeds, lemon, cloves, and liquor. This unique aroma is one of the very reasons why Durban Poison is famous among growers.  

Durban Poison Strain Buds

The Durban Poison has very thick buds for a sativa. Breeders can expect very healthy plants with a lot of side branches. Mostly they have the ability to stretch out greatly, so always be aware of the height limitation in your growing area because this could be a possible problem in the future. 

Durban Poison is Very Suitable for All Conditions

Durban Poison is a fine outdoor and indoor diversity, although for the outdoors marijuana growing even in strong Southern and northern latitude. These Durban Poison seeds have originally come from South Africa and are inbred over years during the 70s’. Durban Poison has become adapted to the rainy and windy conditions from Northern Europe. Outdoor, the plant has the ability to become extremely big. The height can reach up to 3m and they are not unusual. In indoors the plant will stretch out greatly, so growers should do height management. 

Effect of Durban Poison

Durban Poison is now well-known worldwide because of its effect which is usually sativa.  It gives the consumer very strong energizing and uplifting effects. This strain is a perfect strain if you want to be productive all-day or if you want to finish a task completely. It will make you uplifted where you can go outside without feeling paranoid or self-conscious. The beginning effect of this strain is followed by some calming effects if you use a large amount of strain. The effect is long-lasting.

Growing Durban Poison Seeds

This strain is recommended for a short period of the vegetative stage, were compared to most hybrid varieties or Indica strain. You need to use tools when growing indoors so that you can control the height of this plant. Durban Poisons tend to give a great double or triple size when it bloom. 3-4 weeks of the vegetative period is enough to have decent size for this plant. It’s recommended to use the SCROG method when growing only a few plants. 

When growing outdoors growers should make sure that there is enough space because it can grow over your growing area. This plant can show Indica-featured leaves during its early growth. When growing indoor, the growers will notice the changes when the light cycle is switched to 12/12. The sativa dominant featured will be more noticeable when grown outdoor when the days get shorter and the true color of the plants will show. 

Stems are durable and strong. It can easily be controlled without the risk of breaking the stems. Some leaves will fallout during the early flowering stage. The flowering period of this strain is about 8-9 weeks, with the vegetative stage that takes 11-13 weeks from being seeds until harvest time.