Kwazulu is a wild, pure sativa strain from the north of the Drakenbergs range. It has a short flowering time, sweet flavour and energetic effect. It has been cultivated by the Zulus for several generations when governed by Shaka one of the most significant warriors and farmers in African history. The legend says that this plant was used by the Zulus in warrior rites before the first attack in 1879. Its long lasting and energetic effects gave warriors increased strength to defeat the British army, which was both larger and better armed. It is one of the strains more resistant to mould and pests. Its genetics allow it to be cultivated indoors and outdoors at European latitudes.
I got 3 free regular seeds. Grew one out and it was a female. It was my favorite plant of that grow. Buds were so dense it was crazy. It tied my white rhino for weight. Ended up with 5 oz dried. Grew it under a 1000w hps with 3 other plants. (Posted on 8/24/2019)
I received 3 regular Kwazulu as a gift. Two seeds developed into very healthy boys. The girl grew as a sative would, kinda spindly. The little popcorns that appeared after about 2 weeks of flowering didn't give much hope of a bountiful crop. However. Over the course of the full 8 weeks of flowering the popcorns grew into pine cones. I had some branch propping to do. The result: 48 grams fully dried flower. I grow indoors, using cheap led lights in a 5x5 tent. And the effect. Well let's just say you'd better have some activities lined up because you'll feel a sudden motivation to accomplish things and be in motion. I found sitting still un-doable for about an hour after my first taste. And that was from one of the smaller bottom buds. I've grown Malawi and Durban Poison, and really enjoyed them but found the 12 week flowering hard to work into a short season. Kwazulu being ready in 8 weeks is a welcome bonus. Thank you WoS, not just for these seeds, but for access to all the landrace strains that otherwise would be out of reach. (Posted on 7/15/2019)