King Kush

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    King Kush

    Information

    Brand:
    Seedism
    Gender
    Feminized
    Lineage:
    Hindu Kush x Pot of Gold
    Flowering Time:
    9-10 weeks
    Height:
    • Medium
    Area
    • Indoor
    • Outdoor
    • Greenhouse
    Seeds
    5 seeds per pack

    Seed Description

    This is an Indica dominant resin monster, a short bulky beast that makes rock hard buds covered in sticky resin, a sweet aroma of musk, pine and slight earthy tones gets more intense during flowering to finish as one stinky Kush that gets even sweeter after curing.

    "King Kush will give you the ultimate Kush experience"

    Genetics Breakdown of the King Kush

    Hindukush | Landrace pure Indica selected from 1000’s of plants in the 1970’s and the first original Kush used for breeding, this clone is the mother of most Hindukush hybrids known today.

    Pot of Gold | The legendary Kush x Skunk (The Pure) from the Flying Dutchmen seed company, a true F1 hybrid, we have kept this selected clone alive since we found it outperforming all other POG seeds in the Cannabis College garden.

    Our newest Kush hybrid is almost pure Indica with an incredible resin production covering the buds and most smaller leafs making it a perfect strain for extractions and the best hashish known to man.

    Heritage Genetics The genetics used to make seedism’s King Kush are classic strains that have been kept alive for more then 30 years by the dedicated members of our collective, especially our newest member “the Librarian” who has kept many of the (genetically important) oldest Cannabis genetics alive for a multitude of seed companies.

    These are the oldest species of this specific geno-type (Hindukush) still alive in their unadulterated state, because of being this close to its origin you could use our King Kush for breeding purposes if you want to introduce pure Kush to your own strains, or even strengthen/revigorate the Kush already in your seeds by backcrossing your selected champion plants with the King Kush.

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