Strain Hunters Afgooey cannabis seeds
4 Sep 2013
Strain Hunters Afgooey cannabis seeds available now from dope-seeds.com
Afgooey is a massive yielding indica dominant strain with an 8 week flowering time and a wonderful citrus aroma.
Genetics: Afghan x Maui Haze (feminised) | 70% indica – 30% sativa
Height: short plant (average internodal distance under 5 cm).
Flowering Indoor: 8 weeks flowering time. Yield up to 0.9 gram (dry and manicured) per watt per m2 (with 1000W HPS).
Flowering Outdoor: 8 weeks flowering time. Very large plants can harvest over 1kg of dried, manicured buds.
Taste (burned): citrus-like, fruity, kushy, earthy.
Scent (unburned): orange, lemon, tropical fruits, kushy.
What the dried bud/crumbled bud looks like: The dried buds are pear-shaped, thick and compact, with medium-large calyx. The resin develops early in flowering. The crumbled bud is sticky, light green with darker hues.
Speed of high onset: fast hitter.
Duration of high: long lasting.
Quality/type of high: extremely strong, cerebral, confusing, heady. Creative, but chaotic.
Medicinal qualities: against apathy and depression.
The Afgooey is a famous cut from Northern California.
Until now a clone-only strain, we are the first to present it in feminized seeds, after successfully
reversing it and crossing it onto itself (S1). The Afgooey is a very strong, vigorous plant.
The leaves are thick and dark green, with overlapping leaflets.
Short internodes, bushy structure, thick branches and wide stem are typical of this strain.
The Afgooey can take high EC levels, and is very good for Sea of Green or for Scrog systems.
It performs well in all types of medium, and can do great outdoors as well.
The buds are pear-shaped, compact, dense, with medium to large calyx.
The resin is very thick, and the plants get very smelly already in mid-flowering.
The Afgooey is very stoned, with a cerebral effect that I can define as confusing, heady, almost chaotic. It hits fast, and lasts long.
The flavour reminds of old-school afghan, with a fruity twist. It is earthy at first, but evolves into a sweeter, fruitier experience, with notes of orange, lemon and tropical fruits.