Hindu Kush - double trouble


Both indoor Hindu Kush clones will be ready in 10-14 days I’d say. They just started week 8 so they’re really close. The last ones went 7&8 weeks respectively. Here’s some shots from tonight!


I made a bubble cloner as I wasn’t having much luck with cloning. This is how she went.


Great thread with beautiful pictures! I grew Hindu Kush this last summer and just harvested clones grown indoors over the winter.

If you grow Hindu Kush outside in the ground, or in a 30 gallon plus pot, you can wind up with a seven foot tall plant! So if Cannabis is illegal where you grow, keep it in small pots.

My indoor grown plants got about 1/3 cup of hardwood ash twice during flowering. The plants were small and had been infested with Russett mites. I cleared the mites with ladybugs, but since they were small I figured I’d experiment.

The smell on harvest day was almost overpowering in the tent. The plants just reeked of that spicy sweetness and the buds were coated white. Was it the ash? Dunno, but I’m going to try it again outdoors this summer.

And Hindu Kush is one strain that will always be in my garden!

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Thanks for the kind words. I’m up to generation 4 with cloning this strain. It’s excellent to grow and a knockout smoke and rso. I keep them small as with all my plants as it is illegal here. I got 13oz of two indoor ones at New Years then 3.5 oz of my outdoor in a 15L container a week ago. Then on Friday just gone I harvested about another 10oz off another 2 indoors. I’m currently flowering it again along with a pure indica, and a couple g-13 clones.


Nice work on the cloner and your plants are looking great as well.

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Thanks man. I harvested the Hindu Kush indoor and outdoor recently. Beautiful bud.

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A bit of a photo update. I think I’ll start a new journal. Here’s how the flower tent stands now. Back left is a pure indica in 3gal individual scog in week 9, infront of her is 3 G13 clone to flower in 1gal in week 5 of flower, back right is a vegged G13 from the same clone batch, it went into the scrip today, and in front of her is the 2 Hindu Kush girls, untrained, untopped and in 4gal pots. Everything in coco as per usual.
And I threw in a couple of lights off bud porn from the ilgm pure indica. @DoobieNoobie @Thumper @elheffe702 @Loneviking @Lostscuba


Looks like a jungle in there. A wonderful stinky jungle lol.


Haha funny you say that. To smell them individually I use both hands then the back of another hand. So good though. The G13 smells like a bucket of lemons and oranges, the Hindu Kush smells like wet dirty earthy vanilla, and the pure indica is lemony but in a subtle pineapple pine tree type way. It’s crazy in there.


I like the citrus smelling stuff. Sounds like a nice mix of buds.


Love the smell of flowers in the morning!


Here’s a better shot of the G13 clones


I also threw 2 afghan seeds in to some water. I’ll have 3-4 weeks to sprout and veg them then they’re going into flower with the big G13 which should be around week 3-4 which will see them finish flower together (G13 12wk, Afghan 8wk cycle). Both the Hindu Kush plants and the pure indica will be done right on time for the Afghans to take their place. The plan is to clear the flower tent when they’re all done. This will make way for a single plant whole tent scrog again. Not sure what strain just yet but I’ll be shooting for a pound. I’ll start this yet to be named seed when the (not yet germed) Afghans are at week 4 of flower. @DoobieNoobie @Wildwest @Blasting @Lostscuba


Can’t wait to see those afghans go that’s my favroite strain been growing mine for a year same weed every time mines 10 week strain from turenorthseedbank

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Ooh 10 week. I might have to be on the ball with timing then. I was relying on it being 100% indica so short flower time. My Hindu Kush strain finishes up in 7-8 weeks every time. Hmm

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Here’s a leaf


I’m growing a auto hindo didn’t grow good enough 8 weeks but looks good


This ones purple Marco


Here’s my hindo kush auto

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Here’s a couple I harvested at New Years.