This limited edition seed puts a new twist on an old school blend of 25% Afghan, 25% Skunk and 50% Haze, giving it an incredible pedigree.
It can be grown both indoors and outdoors, though a grower would need to monitor the height, especially indoors, as the plant has the capacity to grow to some height.
The completed hybrid is described as having some exceptional phenotypes with a somewhat sandalwood-like scent. This is a seed any collector could be proud to have in their possession.
The cure is a regular seed. It is widely agreed that, for a grower wishing only to grow the same strain, that a feminised seed is the easier option, but apart from being far more robust in general, a regular seed would give a grower much more freedom to also create their own customised crop.
This means that they would be able to select the traits that they find most desirable about each strain and ensure that only the finest quality of male and female plants, corresponding with these preferences, were able to reproduce.
Therefore, the offspring would inherit only the most favoured aspects, while eliminating those not wanted by the breeder. Many growers prefer this power with a seed, as opposed to the more user-friendly alternatives.
The cure has an indoor flowering period of between 10 and 12 weeks generally, with the occasional plant finishing at around 9 weeks depending on the phenotype selected as mother.
For outside cultivation a grower would be best using a greenhouse with shading in the Northern Hemisphere. In the Southern Hemisphere it would be harvested in June, though a grower would have to be sure not to be too far south as the rain and cold could inhibit the growth of the plant.
This strain has a yield of around 500 grams per square meter.