Strain Review: ASH by Mr Nice Seeds

DESCRIPTION:

This was to be a limited edition seed but due to popular demand from all levels and styles of growers this hybrid is finding a regular place in the MNS Hall of fame.

The Afghan Skunk combination is full of fruity undertones and berry flavors combined to the Afghan Haze male which gives it a pungent and recognizable smell and taste. It rewards all of those who grow it usually superseding expectations.

This seed is suitable for all styles and levels of growers and a marvel for most medically motivated growers. Does equally well on organics or hydro or coco or what ever medium used for cultivation, and the same clone grown in different mediums is only really recognized by its flavor and scent as the yields can fluctuate.

Expect the plant to be finished flowering between 9-11 weeks, but there are a few possible at 8 weeks, it all lies with the selection and competence of growing. Yields will range from 450 -600 grams a square meter for indoor growers and very heavy for outdoor and greenhouse cultivations. With the 25% mix of Haze it is better suited to cooler areas than most Afghan hybrids and resists mold better in places of early rains.

An excellent remake of old school lines originating from Neville in the late 1980s.

Family of breed: A combination of 25% Skunk, 50% Afghan and 25% Haze-Thai/Columbian/Mexican

Breeder: Nevil and Shantibaba
Preferred medium: bio and hydro, outdoors/greenhouse

Expected yield: Yields will range from 450 -600 grams a square meter for indoor growers and very heavy for outdoor and greenhouse cultivations

SPECS

Seed Bank: Mr Nice Seeds
Genetics: Sativa/Indica
Parents: Afghan Skunk x Afghan Haze
Height: N/A
Photoperiod: Photoperiod
Yield: High
THC: N/A
CBD: N/A
CBG: N/A
CBN: N/A
Flowering Time: 8 – 10 weeks
Award Winner: False
Avail. As: Regular Seeds
Strain Attributes: High Yield :: Medicinal

Medical Uses: N/A

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