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CannaBioGen - Pakistan Chitral Kush

CannaBioGen - Pakistan Chitral Kush cannabis seed
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CN10F
Genetics:
Pure Chitral IndicaHindu KushPakistan Kush
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Pakistan Chitral Kush is widely known in the cannabis world as being producer of one of the best Pakistan's hashes. This plant is an excellent pure bred indica that's been around since the mid-90's. 

The result is an explosion of colours, tastes and scents with two main phenotypes: one green and another very colourful. Both phenotypes produce plants with a high adaptability, fast flowering, with generous resin production and a potent hash plant effect.

Indoor Grow?Yes
Outdoor Grow?Yes
Feminized?Yes
Photoperiod?Yes
Indica StrainsYes
HeightMedium
Flowering TimeMedium
YieldAverage
THC ContentHigh
Taste NotesBerry, Strawberry
Noted EffectsRelaxing
GeneticsPure Chitral Indica x Hindu Kush x Pakistan Kush

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