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Top Dawg

Mexican Sativa x Afghan

HTCC Winner 2007. Distinct pineapple smell and taste, yet the Kush influence gives it an Indica depth. Very pungent. Grows with sativa characteristics, such as a straight elegant structure with good branching and loads of bud sites; yet buds are large and dense and may require little manicuring.

Sub-Species: Mixed


CB Profile: THC 19% CBD 1.3% CBN n/a


Yield: n/a


Height: n/a


Indoor: 60-70 day flowering cycle


Outdoor: Early October in N. Hemisphere

Photo: Barney's Farm Seeds





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