Afpac: Afghani Pakistan Hash Plant (no cross)
A true “hash plant” with some hints of citrus in the mix and a faster vegetative growth period versus the standard, more Afghani dominant “hash” plant varieties that are foundational indoor strains, particularly in the Pacific North West regions of Canada and the USA. The cross made with the pure Afghani to the Pakastani hash plant genetics give a little more color, complexity in aroma, and just a little more stretch in growth (adding overall vigor and resistance to stress).
Expect crystal covered and pungent buds with sparse hairs and swollen resin covered calyxes, Almost all parts of the plant, including the bud leaves and even portions of the water leaves with have thick mats of sticky resin heads forming. May develop deep purple and red colors when matured in cooler temperatures. An excellent candidate for Sea Of Green gardens. Very pungent odor in the harvest and when growing.
Expect lots of great resin covered trim alongside a healthy harvest of dense sticky buds.t lots of great resin covered trim alongside a healthy harvest of dense sticky buds.
Indoors Preferred, may be grown outdoors and harvested beginning end of Sept.
increase during flowering: 50-75%
Dark green (with possible purples), hard mid sized nugs covered in a layer of crystal with few brown hairs.
Strong, pungent and very “hashy”. Sometimes a hint of lemon or citrus may be detected
May come on strong in the head initially, but quickly delivers an overall relaxational/numbing effect bordering on narcotic. Provides excellent pain relief for some patients. Great for unwinding, stimulating appetite or sleep or just passing the time away.