“Durban Poison” Feminized Cannabis Seeds – Dutch Passion
Why should i buy Durban Poison feminized seeds?
- Classic and fully proven cornerstone variety
- Very resistant and powerful genetics that are easy to grow
- Numerous side branches carry long, heavy flowers
- Resinous Sativa blooms with a unique terpene profile
What does Durban Poison feminized by Dutch Passion taste like?
Durban Poison is a sativa-dominant strain with a unique and captivating aroma. It is known for its spicy and veiled flavor with hints of anise, licorice, lemon and cloves. This complex aroma is one of the reasons why Durban Poison has such a large following of regular growers.
Peaks of Durban Poison Feminized
The buds of Durban Poison are very dense for a Sativa. Growers can expect vigorous plants with numerous side branches. Most phenotypes tend to stretch noticeably, so be aware if height restrictions in your grow room could be a potential problem.
Durban Poison is a classic strain suitable for all conditions
Durban Poison is a classic indoor and outdoor strain, hardy enough for growing cannabis outdoors even in extreme northern / southern latitudes. Durban Poison seeds originally come from South Africa and were crossed for many years during the 1970s.
With each successive generation, Durban Poison adapted more and more to the windy and rainy conditions of Northern Europe. Outdoors it has the potential to get really big.
Heights over 3m are not unusual. Indoors it will stretch a lot, so some form of height management is recommended.
Strain information Durban Poison Feminized – the perfect all-rounder!
Durban Poison is a native Sativa-dominant strain originating from South Africa.
Plants may initially display broad Indica-style leaves. But during the latter part of the flowering period the growth pattern allows the Sativa dominance to display long flowers pierced by thin Sativa-style leaves.
Durban Poison has become a staple strain in today’s cannabis market. This sativa-dominant strain hails from the South African city of Durban and was the basis of the famous GSC (Girl Scout Cookies) heritage / line, from which strains such as Sherbet and Gelato were derived.
Durban Poison is ready for harvest after around 8-9 weeks of indoor flowering 12/12. Outdoors it can reach a maximum height of 3-4m and is harvested in early / mid autumn.
The genetics used to create Durban Poison guarantee the following characteristics:
- A robust and vigorous plant. Easy to grow and suitable for all growing conditions
- A dense, thin 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.
Effects of Durban Poison Feminized by Dutch Passion
Durban Poison has gained worldwide popularity due to its highs that are typically Sativa. It provides the user with a strong, uplifting and energizing effect. She is the perfect strain for staying productive during the day or for completing creative tasks.
It will put you in an elevated frame of mind where you will still be able to deal with the outside world without feeling awkward or paranoid. The initial burst of energy may be followed by some more sedative effects if you smoke / vape larger quantities. The effect is relatively long.
How to grow Durban Poison
We recommend a shorter vegetative period than most indica or hybrid strains if you are growing these plants indoors without the use of growing techniques to control height.
Durban Poison tends to stretch a lot, often doubling or tripling in size once in bloom. A vegetative period of 3-4 weeks should be enough to get decent sized plants. When growing with few plants on one 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 control of your garden!
During early growth the plants may display more Indica-style leaves. During flowering, a more sativa image and the appearance of the leaves are noticed. Indoor growers will notice the transition as soon as the light cycle switches to 12/12.
Outdoors, as the days get shorter, the Sativa-dominant heritage becomes more evident and its true colors appear.
The stems are strong and durable. They can be easily handled without the risk of breaking. During early flowering it is recommended to fold the leaves. This puts the larger leaves under the buds they once covered.
Flowering time is around 8-9 weeks. Combined with the recommended vegetative stage it will take around 11-13 weeks from seed to harvest.
The harvest of Durban Poison Feminized
Durban Poison produces XXL harvests of old school quality cannabis; between 450 and 650 grams per m2 is possible.
The plant will bear heavy, resinous and dense buds.
Our expert advice
Durban Poison is a perfect strain if you’re looking for a well known old school favorite with big yields that’s easy to grow both indoors and out. This variety is suitable for both beginners and experienced growers.
For indoor growing we recommend topping or fimming as it will increase the side growth rate of Durban Poison. It will really shine when you use growing techniques like LST, folding, supercropping and scrogging.
This will greatly increase yields and make her height more manageable indoors. Make sure you give her enough room for the roots. This will increase the growth rate, as well as the final size and yield.
Learn more about Durban Poison Feminized by Dutch Passion
Durban Poison is one of Dutch Passion’s classic strains. It is a very resistant and stable cannabis strain that suits all types of growers.
Flowering time is relatively fast for a Sativa-dominant strain. This has been achieved through years and years of selective breeding. The calyx / leaf ratio is very high and even the small sugary leaves are covered with resin. Cutting is therefore quick and easy.
The buds have a very special look and smell, something you won’t easily forget!