£26.49 – £52.99
Genetics: Afghan Cannabis Landrace
Sourcing: Landrace Genetics, Balkh, Northern Afghanistan (2019)
Purpose: Charas (sieved)
Latitude: 36° N
Height: c. 2 metres
Characteristics: Intense aromas, heavy branching, medium to broad leaflets
Grow Type: Outdoor, greenhouse, or indoor
An authentic cannabis landrace from Balkh, the hashish heartland of northern Afghanistan, a crucial centre of cannabis culture and biodiversity.
This is a resinous and heavily branched landrace with intense aromas ranging from citrus and lime to pine, sandlewood, and burnt rubber. Semi-dwarf, often with almost spherical architecture.
As with all resin cultigens, expect to find chemotypes ranging from THC- to CBD-dominant, as well as other cannabinoids such as THCV.
This accession differs from the very large north Afghan cannabis strain known to Afghans themselves as Mazar-i-Sharif.
Highly recommend to breeders. Essential for collectors.
NOTE: A recent test on three exceptional plants from a small grow of this accession in New England showed alleged THC levels ranging from 14% to 24%. This would be unusual for a pristine first-generation Afghan plant. It’s not yet clear what explains these results, but most likely an unreliable lab. Nevertheless, collectors should be aware that a potential explanation for such high THC levels is that this population may have been affected by introduced hybrids. That said, more likely this is simply an exceptionally potent Afghan domesticate.
12 seeds, 5 seeds