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afghan kush ryder grow

Nutes: i planted it in high quality soil, a mixture of cocopite, perlite, vermy compost, pitmoss and some cray and sand and added nutrients such as NPK during vegetantive n flowering . as i said it was my first grow n i didn’t have enough experiense so i think i didn’t obtain enough light for that and i had to increase the duration of veg and flowering .

I grew this strain in my first grow and i will post the whole grow journal on next days .
Comments: thanks to it’s genetic origins that comes from east asia ( Afghanistan and India ) this strain shows full features of indica ( 100% Indica ) .

I bought the seed of this strain from original-ssc.com where u can buy highest quality fresh seeds
Growth: 6 weeks veg 6 weeks flowering
Strain: Afghan Kush Ryder by World of Seeds
Hi everyone . This is my first post in this forum and hope u like it .
Taste: Strong Earthy , Noble Wood .

Smell: it’s smell in exactly as same as the original hash of afghanistan, u feel u are smoking an afghan hash such as Mazar Hash .

Hi everyone … This is my first post in this forum and hope u like it … I grew this strain in my first grow and i will post the whole grow journal on…

“The genetic development of this strain was a complex process. It is a cross between two autoflowering strains developed from some very special Critical Bilbo Auto and Jack Herer Auto clones. The result is a rapid auto that grows vigorously, branches out well and produces abundant flowers. Stress severely affects flowering of automatic strains so optimum conditions will enable this plant to fulfil its potential. For this reason, it’s better not to transplant and make sure it has sufficient soil. 7 litres should be enough indoors while no more than 11 litres should be needed outdoors. Grows strongly and energetically from the start. The first flowers should become apparent after around 15/20 days following germination. The plant will continue to grow for a few more days and may double or triple in size. Maturity is usually reached within 65-70 after germination. Owing to its well.branched structure, this is a very productive strain. Critical Jack Herer has a sweet incense aroma that gets stronger and spicier as the buds are crumbled. The taste is spicy with fruity top notes and peppery, coffee back notes. The effect is instantaneous, strong and mainly in the body though it packs a considerable cerebral punch that is very pleasant and enjoyable. At the start, it’s almost euphoric, causing giggles, talkativeness or a desire to get stuff done or go for a walk. After a while, the effect becomes more relaxing, making is suitable for a variety of uses.”

Three of World of Seeds Afghan Kush Ryder :
I’ve decided to always do three of a strain i know and love, as well as one i haven’t tried before, that way i get a taste of something new every grow and know whether or not it’s worth buying again.

The unknown strain this time is Delicious Seeds Auto Critical Jack Herer :
“Afghan Kush Ryder is a cross between Afghan Kush and Ruderalis. Our Afghan Kush comes from Kush strains with 100% Indica genes cultivated in a small area in the Hindu Kush mountains in Northern Pakistan. This cross is a good example of Cannabis Ruderalis, which, over the generations, has been crossed and re-crossed to produce a strain with Indica characteristics and autoflowering genetic programming of Ruderalis. Afghan Kush Ryder can be grown indoors or outside and can reach between 40-80cm or even higher. The effect is extremely potent, so relaxing that it’s almost narcotic, which is why the medicinal value is so high. The taste and aroma, like its predecessor, Afghan Kush, evoke the best very aromatic Afghan hash. As flowering does not depend on the photoperiod, she can be grown at any time of the year although yields improve the better the environmental conditions. A good tip for outdoor growing is to plant out as soon as the good weather starts then repeat a few days before harvesting the first crop to give two good harvests a year. Some growers do more, though owing to the less favourable conditions, these crops tend to be less productive. For indoor growing we recommend a 20/4 light/dark cycle throughout.”
I’m attempting to do it again, this time the strains are :
I have a few grows under my belt, the first few were full of problems and i made ALL the mistakes auto-growers can !
My second to last grow wasn’t too bud but my last one was what i consider my first proper grow, i got roughly an ounce per plant, four ounces from four plants, each in 2L pots.

This is the growing environment :

Hi all 🙂 I have a few grows under my belt, the first few were full of problems and i made ALL the mistakes auto-growers can ! My second to last grow…