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Albert Walker

By Mark Wunder | August 02, 2013 00:54:18 AM PDT

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  • Type: Indica/Sativa
  • Yield: Heavy
  • Flowering Time Required: between 49 and 70 days;
  • Cross: Unknown Afghan Lineage
  • Bred by: Unknown

Albert Walker marijuana is a strain that not much is known about. However, she has been around for years and continues to create demand amongst good-toking medicinal cannabis patients everywhere. Because no breeder has credit for her, perhaps none feel the responsibility to stabilize her. As she is, taking anywhere between 7 and 10 weeks to mature, she displays phenotypic differences that make her difficult to grow with consistent, projectable results.

CannabisSearch.com's Albert Walker Marijuana Buzz Rating: Well Balanced Mix of Powerful Indica & Crisp Sativa Strength!

If you are a medical marijuana patient searching for medicine that relieves bodily pains while simultaneously exciting the mind, then definitely toke a sample of Albert Walker cannabis. She is a well-meshed blend of the best of both worlds. She thrives indoors under quality lighting and with organic nutrients. She's a hearty grower and will yield heavily for you. You just have to do a little extra work to sort out the phenotypes that you may find less desirable. Cull them away and attempt to keep your canopy even with ladies of the same Albert Walker marijuana strain phenotype.

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Guest | Jul 27, 2013
 
Rare-dankness-seeds has released two Albert walker crosses (1) 'Alfred Packer' - [Albert Walker X Afghani #1 IBL] and (2) 'Walker Kush' - [Albert Walker x Rare Dankness #1]. I am trying the 'Walker Kush' right now. http://raredankness.com/Seeds/KUSH/WalkerKush.htm http://raredankness.com/Seeds/INDICA/AlfredPacker.htm
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strictlyorganicbuds | Apr 30, 2013
 
strictlyorganicbuds has walker crossed with manic crossed with uk cheese we call it walking gudda
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Guest | Mar 22, 2013
 
I wrote a reply here on 5-21-2011 I'm still searching for a cut of Albert Walker The one I grew came from a cloner named "G" aka Ape from the San Diego area TGA Subcool is working on a cross between Chem 91 x Albert Walker He's calling it Dog Walker Does anyone in So. Cal. have a cut available? ? ?
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Guest | Jan 16, 2013
 
Anyone heard of Walker-Manic? cross between this and another afgani strain Manic?
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Guest | Oct 31, 2012
 
genetics = dbl strawberry dsl
 
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Guest | Jul 18, 2012
 
The lineage is part afghani. Its has two other strains crossed in and the breeder is from the northwest, hence his product being sold from Seattle. Washington is a stickler about patients buying in state. He shares the lineage and other info about it when he meets them in person.
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Guest | Feb 12, 2012
 
Strange report on Albert Walker. After more than a decade of experience with it, I can safely say the writer is misinformed. True AW is available only in clone form. If there are phenotype issues, it isn't AW, as that could only be the case with plants from seed, right? If there have been attempts to develop stable seed, they are clearly failing if this report is any indication. Let's hope that the stuff in Seattle dispensaries is the real deal. You'll know it by its bizarre stench of burning rubber, maybe some solvents, and the dankest of citrus cannabis reek. If you're growing it, rub the stalk between thumb and forefinger. If it's AW, you'll smell sweet lemon drops on your fingers. And no, it is NOT a great producer. And yes, it is a monster pain in the ass to grow, especially in dirt.
 
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Guest | Jan 5, 2012
 
gets the job done.
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Guest | Aug 8, 2011
 
Albert is available in the Seattle area. Try Pharmaseed in Alki, Greenlink in Issaquah, or the Kind Alternative in Preston.
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chronic sufferer | May 28, 2011
 
Tried this just recently and was not really disappointed, but wished it had more. The look was there and the taste, but just didn't bring the rest with it.
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Kushie Q | May 27, 2011
 
A neighbor is growing this in his garden and I am telling you it is so pretty and the smell is definitely heaven on earth. I have tried just a tiny amount in sampling and the pleasure was absolutely mine.
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Guest | May 21, 2011
 
I grew this last year (2010) and it's the most unique smoke in the world. GIANT BUDS with a orange garlic smell & taste. I'm in search of another clone and wish I had made additional clones from her. THE SEARCH IS ON! ! !
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