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This bud’s name reflects the strain’s maternal parent Kunduz IBL (inbred line). It is a true breed strain of Indica from Afghanistan. The “D” version relates to the mother plant that was labeled “D,” which also had the most desirable characteristics of the mothers used in this cross vs. the “Kunduz B” and the “Kunduz Z.” Those strains were bred with different mothers. Kunduz D Weed online.
Description: Resin-covered buds with unique flavors of cream and grape incense. Our #13 “Tree Sap” pheno has flavors of sweet cream and Nag Champa Incense. #28 is known as our “Grape Basement Pheno” and has a flavor profile that is one of the most distinct in the prime family of products.
On closer inspection, there is also an astringent aroma reminiscent of gasoline, passed on from the Chemdawg in parent strain Lost Coast OG’s genetics. Also lurking underneath is a slightly citric, sour tang. Meanwhile, grinding up these resinous flowers speaks to Kuduz D Afghani heritage, with hashy, incense-like odors that almost overwhelm the traces of berry. When combusted, this bud burns with a smooth and easy smoke that tastes like subtle cherry and blueberry with some added diesel fumes on the exhale.
Fortunately for home growers, Emerald Triangle has made seeds of Kuduz D available for sale online. It can be grown indoors or outdoors in consistently warm, semi-humid climates; that said, the strain’s hardy landrace genes make it somewhat resistant to adverse conditions like variations in temperature and humidity.
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Growing your own devil lemon isn’t too terribly complicated, and although it can adapt to virtually any climate, it seems to do best outdoors in warmer weather. Seeds might be hard to come by, but if you do get your hands on some, prepare for a 9 to 11 week flowering time and a moderately sized yield.