Durban Poison (Sativa)
Durban Poison (Sativa) is likely the most popular South African landrace strain. This wild grown sativa is renowned for its pure sativa attributes. Poison has sticky, tight buds that are blanketed with trichomes and thin orange pistils.
When administered, Durban Poison hits you with an instant jolt of energy that is great for daytime activities. It has a sweet, fruity licorice type taste with a hint of mint. Many medical marijuana users utilize DP for stress, anxiety and pain
|Harvest||Harvest time for Durban Poison grown outdoors will be from the later days of September to the early days of October.|
|Disease resistance||Durban Poison cannabis is a strong, tall plant which is resistant to molds, mildew, pests, insects, mites, bacteria, viruses, many types of fungi, and mechanical damage.|
|Plant Height||Durban Poison marijuana is a tall plant reaching as much as 80 inches.|
|Adverse effects||Durban Poison Kush strains have a respectable benefit to side effect ratio. Used according to doctor’s recommendations, the most frequent and expected experience is of dry mouth. Durban Poison may be more prone to inducing anxiety and paranoia than more relaxing strains.|
|Growing difficulty||Growing Durban Poison is said to be fairly easy compared to other strains, especially non landrace strains. Pure strains have taken root naturally in their environment of origin and flourished there. They are ready to grow anywhere under similar conditions.|
Durban Poison has a dense, compact bud structure that’s typical of landrace Indica varieties, but the flowers’ elongated and conical shape is more characteristic of a Sativa. When cultivated indoors or in a greenhouse, make sure to provide ample room for the production of side branches.
Cultivating Durban Poison outside provides an opportunity for this plant to reach its greatest potential. Regardless of whether you cultivate this plant indoors or outdoors, Durban Poison requires thorough trellising to support its ample flower production.