These crosses are the result of crossing a variety dependent on the photoperiod with an autoflowering variety not dependent on the photoperiod. The result is a F1 hybrid that inherits dependence on photoperiod on one side and on the other a much faster flower maturation. In warm climates, in order to obtain the best results from these early, early or early varieties, it is advisable to plant them later during the months of July or August to obtain the harvest in October or November. Variety resulting from crossing this legendary Indica with its original Afghan predecessor to provide it with greater vigor and stability and resulting in a very compact plant with the characteristics of a large Indica, with bush structure, high height, many branches with large leaves Dark green and thick tails full of dense resinous buds.
Genetics: Northern Lights x Secret Hybrid
Hybrid: Indica Dominant / Feminized F1 Early Version