Can you grow Durban Poison outside?
You can grow Durban Poison indoors or outdoors because it is resilient to all weather types. If you grow indoors, use a hydroponic system for the best results. It will take around nine weeks to grow indoors.
How long does Durban Poison take to grow outdoors?
The flowering period of most dispensary-raised Durban Poison is about 9 weeks, but experts will know that true landrace DP takes about 14-16 weeks to finish flowering. Grown outdoors, the harvest is typically around mid-September to mid-October, so if cultivating outside, plan your timing accordingly.
Where does Durban Poison grow?
Durban Poison is a sativa dominant variety, she was found in South Africa during the 1970’s and imported back to Holland. The variety quickly became one of the better known early THC rich cannabis varieties with a feel-good creative and energetic ‘up’ high which has an excellent anti-anxiety effect.
Is Durban Poison a strong strain?
Durban Poison potency is higher than average. This pure sativa originates from the South African port city of Durban. It has gained popularity worldwide for its sweet smell and energetic, uplifting effects.
Is Durban Poison an Autoflower?
Auto Durban Poison® is the automatic version of our legendary original Durban Poison photoperiod variety. This Sativa dominant autoflower can be harvested 10-11 weeks after germination and she will grow fast and tall, with plenty of side growth, just like the original.
Does Durban Poison make you laugh?
Durban Poison Durban is a pure Sativa strain with an average THC value of 24%. Due to the high potency, this strain will hit you hard and strong in the head with a burst of happy feeling. It is also great for creativity and energy, meaning it is the best weed strain that will keep you smiling while at work.
Is Durban Poison any good?
Offering an uplifting, clear function effect that stimulates creativity, social ability and your mood in general, Durban Poison is a popular strain for daytime activities. Energetic & racy, yet toned down as to not overdo it.
What are the effects of Durban Poison strain?
Nothing wakes you up and puts you in the zone quite like a bowl of Durban Poison. Many loyal Durban Poison users claim the strain offers relief from stress, depression, pain, fatigue, and headaches. The most commonly reported side effects are generally mild, including dry mouth, dry eyes, and anxiousness.
How do you grow Durban Poison Autoflower?
Grow techniques: Growing outside in soil will allow this sativa to take off and grow toward the sky. Watch for its large stretches during flowering that will require ample trellising to support the buds. Prune aggressively, sending the energy outwards to the bud sites that will receive the most sunlight.
Is Banana Kush a Autoflower?
Banana Kush Auto is a autoflowering strain of the latest generation that provides big yields, a great gentic stability, a wonderful intense banana flavour and a enormous potency. The flavor and taste are intense and reminds you on sweet fresh bananas. The effects are very physical and calming on the mind.
Can you grow Durban Poison in hot weather?
Durban Poison is an easy cannabis variety to grow outdoors needling little maintenance and just an occasional drink of water to keep the plant growing in hot weather. The original grow diary is here on Grow Diaries.
What does the Durban poison plant look like?
The Durban Poison strain appearance is bright green with bright green leaves that can have a red tinge toward the ends. The flower buds are large, dense, often tall, narrow and compact with fiery orange pistils and a lot of frosty trichomes.
What makes Durban Poison different from other cannabis strains?
Compared to many other cannabis strains Durban Poison produces a large amount of specific terpenes which may have something to do with the landrace genetics it has along with the growing climate.
What kind of pesticide can I use for Durban Poison?
You can deal with pests such as mites and bugs by creating organic pesticides. Garlic is one of the finest ingredients you can use in any spray. Most insects HATE it. WayofLeaf Tip: Try using garlic mixed with water as a natural insecticide for your Durban Poison grow.