Schwaggy Seeds – Schwaggy’s Afghan Skunk F3BX1F1 (10 seeds)

Schwaggy Seeds - Schwaggy's Afghan Skunk F3BX1F1

Genetics: (Green Crack S1 x Granny Skunk)F1 x (Green Crack S1 x Granny Skunk)F3
Number of seeds in the pack: 10
Sex: Regular
Flowering Time: 58-65 days

Schwaggy’s Afghan Skunk little beauties grow like most Afghan Skunks with minimal stretch during flower. They veg a bit slower than the average vigor, so ensure that you’re putting them into flower with an extended veg-time. This line was taken to F3 and a male was chosen to backcross to the original S.A.S. F1 mother. Most phenos sport large-calyx, chunky colas with very tacky trichomes. The line has been worked to favor a narrower leaf trait to help allow better light penetration and airflow in the classical leafy/stout afghan skunk plants. Older generations of this line benefitted from light defoliation in early flower but this need has been reduced by narrower leafed selection (though some phenos may still benefit).

This line is a great commercial candidate with a shorter flower time, stout structure that requires little support throughout, a mind clouding euphoric high with heavy, tight, bright green buds and a sharp sour funky lime smoke.

As a skunk-fiend, I know afghan skunks can be associated with the RKS but I don’t want growers to pick this up only to be disappointed to not find a rank plant. If you are looking to pop these with the expectation of finding a RKS, this is not the pack; but if you’re looking for a solid plant in the style of an Afghan Skunk look no further.

Chunky Towers: Tighter solid baseball bat colas with petioles that disappear later in flower
Taste/Smells: sharp, astringent, sour, sweet, citrus (lime), funk (b.o.)
Height: short-medium 0.5-1x stretch
Nutrient Requirements: Moderate to heavy feed, pretty forgiving
Training: stout bushes with apical dominance, some side branches may sag towards end but most phenos will pull through without issue.

 Testing Results

These are very solid parents that have never displayed any form of hermaphroditism. This has continued in the Schwaggy’s Afghan Skunk. Some humid environments with the solid bud tower phenos can pose a mold risk in later flower if no grower intervention takes place. Keeping airflow strong to mitigate any mold risks.


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