Nepal Kush: Made For Charas Production
Nepal Kush is a potent indica-dominant strain that is comprised of 90% indica genetics and is the offspring of two hash plant parents. This stoning variety features heavy resin production that forms a sticky layer on the buds and sugar leaves, which is great for making a hash stash or hand-rubbed charas.
This strain’s lineage has its genetic roots in the mountainous regions of Nepal and thrives outside in a warm and sunny climate with long summers. Nepal Kush grows extremely fast during the flowering phase to form a tall and bushy plant with large flowers.
Nepal Kush has an average flowering period of 55–65 days. She produces massive yields, but will need to be closely monitored and cared for to reach her maximum potential.