"You'll find a few different phenos in that one"
Or "pheno hunting"
Phenotype is genotypical response to environment.
the set of observable characteristics of an individual resulting from the interaction of its genotype with the environment".
This means, elevation, soil ph, soil ph fluctuation, air temp, humidity, moon phase, insect predation, light quality, light type and angle, etc. Etc. etc. Will cause the plant to exhibit variation.
An afghani landrace grown in hydro will present entirely different if grown in soil.
Breeders recommended grow method will get you more consistent results because that is the method or environment the breeder used in his or her selection process.
Many of the "polyhybrids" sold in this industry are bupkiss and likely the same plant genetics mistaken as different because of sloppy inconsistent grow medium and method.
If your looking for the perfect skunk, try different light cycles. soils mixes and play with the ph and trace elements before hopping to a different breeder.
You may be surprised to find the standard old school cheapo genetics can kick some serious ass!