Dutch Passion Product info
Why should I get Durban Poison feminized seeds?
- Classic, fully proven corner-stone variety
- Very tough and powerful genetics which are easy to grow
- Numerous side branches carry long and heavy flowers
- Resinous Sativa blooms with a unique terpene profile
What does Durban Poison taste like?
Durban Poison is a Sativa dominant strain with a unique, appealing aroma. It is known for its spicy, hazy taste with hints of aniseed, licorice, lemon, and cloves. This complex aroma is one of the reasons why Durban Poison has such a large following of repeat growers.
Durban Poison Buds
The buds of Durban Poison are very dense for a Sativa. Growers can expect vigorous plants with numerous side branches. Most phenotypes have the tendency to stretch greatly, so be aware if height restrictions in your grow room could be a potential issue.
Durban Poison is a classic variety suitable for all conditions
Durban Poison is a classic indoor and outdoor variety, tough enough for outdoor cannabis growing even in extreme Northern/Southern latitudes. Durban Poison seeds come originally from South Africa and were inbred over many years during the 70’s. With each following generation, Durban Poison became increasingly adapted to the windy and rainy conditions of Northern Europe. Outdoor she has the potential to become really big. Heights above 3m are not unusual. Indoors she will stretch a great deal, so some form of height management is advised.
Durban Poison strain info: The perfect all-rounder!
Durban Poison is a pure landrace Sativa dominant variety which originates from South Africa.
The plants may initially show wide Indica-style leaves. But during the latter part of the flowering period, the growth pattern allows the Sativa dominance to show long flowers pierced by slim Sativa-style leaves.
Durban Poison has become a cornerstone strain in today’s cannabis market. This Sativa dominant variety originates from the South African city of Durban and stood at the base of the famous GSC (Girl Scout Cookies) heritage/line, where strains such as Sherbet and Gelato were derived.
Durban Poison is ready to harvest after around 8-9 weeks of 12/12 indoor bloom. Outdoors she can reach maximum heights of 3-4m and is harvested around early/middle Autumn.
The genetics used to create Durban Poisonensure the following characteristics:
- A tough and vigorous plant. Easy to grow and suitable for all growing conditions
- A dense and slim Sativa style plant and bud structure
- A unique terpene profile with oversized resin glands
Durban Poison is an old-school Dutch Passion classic. Available in both regular and feminized seeds.
Durban Poison effects
Durban Poison gained worldwide popularity due to its effects which are typically Sativa. It provides the user with a strong, uplifting and energizing effect. It is the perfect strain to stay productive throughout the day or to complete creative tasks. It will put you in an elevated mood where you will still be able to face the outside world without feeling self-conscious or paranoid. The initial burst of energy can be followed by some more sedative effects if you smoke/vape larger amounts. The high is relatively long-lasting.
How to grow Durban Poison
We recommend a shorter veg period compared to most Indica’s or Hybrid varieties if you are growing these plants indoors without the use of growing techniques to control height. Durban Poison tends to stretch a great deal, often doubling or tripling in size once in bloom. A veg period of 3-4 weeks should be sufficient to get decent sized plants. When growing with only a few plants on an m2 it is recommended to use the SCROG technique.
When growing her outdoors, make sure there is ample space available because this lady can take over your garden plot!
During early growth, the plants can show more Indica-style leaves. A more sativa-style image and leaf appearance is seen during flowering. Indoor growers will notice the transition as soon as the light cycle is switched to 12/12. Outdoors as the days get shorter, the Sativa dominant heritage becomes more evident and her true colors appear.
Stems are tough and durable. They can easily be manipulated without the risk of breaking. During early flowering is it recommend to do some leaf tucking. This puts the biggest leaves underneath the buds which they once covered.
The flowering time is about 8-9 weeks. In combination with the recommended veg phase, it will take around 11-13 weeks from seed to harvest.