Our Auto Hindu Kush is a simple cross of Hindu Kush with a Lowryder #2 Male.
Like many HIndu Kush strains the resulting strain is an extremely squat plant growing no more than 60cm, making it a perfect candidate for those looking to create a small, discreet garden.
The harsh climate of the parenting genetics homeland has conditioned the plant to express a thick, protective coat of crystal trichomes cherished by hash makers internationally.
With a subtly sweet, earthy, aroma Auto Hindu Kush is a perfect choice for those looking for relief of pain, nausea, and many stress disorders.
Indica / Sativa
Hindu Kush x Lowryder #2
10 weeks from seed to flower
Where to Grow
Indoor, Greenhouse, Outdoor
up to 60cm
1-2 oz. per plant
Not bad for what it is. Review by Ad-Man
It's a small autoflower, so, it's taste could be better, the potency is a bit lower than the photoperiod version and the plant is small, but this is a pretty nice plant.
It's ideal for a beginner, especially if space or size is an issue. It's like a diet version of Hindu Kush but not in a bad way.
The only reason a point comes off is the negatives that come with autoflowers. They have improved a lot but the flavor isn't quite as good, and the potency is as I said lower, but just have a bit more and it's something you will love. Just know you will outgrow it in a bit and will move on to photoperiod plants before you know it. (Posted on 1/11/2018)
ok Review by Melissa
ok (Posted on 9/25/2016)
Very nice plant, grew to 3.5ft. two nice oz's Review by growingmeds
This plant grew to about 3.5 ft. tall and was a nice and full plant. From seed to harvest was 82 days. The flowers had a great citrus, hashish smell. The effect of this plant was very good as I was still able to do things and not get couchlocked. The taste is citrus and floral. No cough in this smoke. Very smooth. She handed out 2 oz's. (Posted on 1/19/2016)
Positive , it's small ,fast flowering, Review by Medhatguy
I got 1+ oz of usable strong tasty pot. 72 days. May 14 germinated
Recommended for small gardens. (Posted on 10/15/2015)