I posted a picture in another thread of some Afghani’s that I’m growing. I’m running 3 strains in my tent:
- Daku - A unique Afghani NLD gifted to me by a friend, which was brought back from Southern Afghanistan near the Iran/Pakistan border.
- Deep Chunk F12 - A deeply inbred Tom Hill classic. Super fat leaves and chunky stems.
- Nuglab Afghani Lowland - “These plants originate directly from various locations across Afghanistan including wild populations from the Pech River Valley and cultivars that have been farmed by generations in Kandahar and Helmand Province… these plants don’t display the typical wide leaf patterns normally associated with plants from this region. The leaves are thinner and actually look more like leaves from a sativa plant or hybrid.”
In the picture above, the larger NLD’s are the Daku, the deep green fat leafed ones are the Deep Chunk and the little ones are going 12/12 from seed and about a week behind the other 2 (those are the Afghani Lowland).
I’m growing in coco, ~1 gal pots. I feed 1.4 EC nutrients about 20s every hour during lights on. I’m testing a recipe I modified to be similar to the Veg+Bloom profile.
- 2.8g Peters 5-11-26
- 2.4g Calcinit
- 0.6g Epsom
- 0.25g Potassium silicate
- 0.25g Ammonium Sulfate
I just got back from being out of town for a week, so the plants are slightly unhappy with me. My goal for this grow is to reverse the Daku using STS, and make S1s with itself, and crosses with the other strains. I’ve sprayed STS twice so far, spaced apart by a week. The front-most Daku (bottom left) is the one receiving the STS treatment.