Durban Poison Info
|PLANT TYPE||100% Sativa|
|THC||Up to 20%|
|CBD||< 1% CBD|
|CLIMATE||Does well indoors and outdoors|
|YIELDS||18 to 21 oz per 3x3ft|
Durban Poison Effects
Durban Poison is what it is called, not just Durban, and it comes from South Africa. The reason why I know this is because I have been working with South African strains for years, and they have a lot of promise, to me. That is where we found the THC-V levels where we wanted it, where we could get it out. The concentrates we make from it are special. I have fifteen South African strains I breed with, myself, so I have quite a bit of knowledge on Durban Poison and the strains that come off of it.
Durban itself, what we are buying it as, is a hybrid. Real Durban is an outdoor plant, but these Durbans now that we are growing are a sativa that has been indoor-ized. Regular Durban Poison is about a ten-week indoor. It will grow outdoors really well here. It will harvest before winter. It gets bigger buds outdoors.
Grow difficulty of Durban is about a two. It almost grows itself. The average flowering time for Durban is about ten weeks. Wild Durban gets about ten feet tall. Tame Durban gets about six to eight feet tall. The average yield for Durban poison is about eight ounces to a pound. Pros and cons for Durban is it is very good quality genetics, con is the length of the flowering time.
Durban Poison has a lot of similar strains in Australia, but I do not know of very many in America other than maybe C90 or Cinderella 99 is kind of close, but it does not have THC-V.