- Type: Indica/Sativa
- Yield: Heavy to Extra Heavy
- Flowering Time Required: between 49 and 66 days;
- Cross: Afghani x New Zealand
- Bred by: Kiwi Seeds
The high-altitude Mount Cook strain of marijuana combines the genetics of proper Afghani and a long-stabilized strain from New Zealand. She is named after New Zealand's highest mountain, peaking at over 12,000 feet. Mount Cook is the dominant fixture in the Southern Alps mountain range of the country's South Island. A highly stabilized strain from this region has hooked up with Kiwi's finest Afghani mother to bring out the best of both. The Indica dominance of Mount Cook cannabis can be seen before ever toking her in her dark green, broad leaves. You'll also notice her thickening stock and stems preparing for the task of holding up extra heavy bud cola development. You will maximize production when cultivating her indoors and maintaining 15 to 20 plants per meter squared of grow space while employing a SoG setup.
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The Mount Cook cannabis strain is also an excellent choice for an inhouse mother. She is a very good cloner and requires little maintenance aside from adequate lighting and RO water when she's thirsty. Periodic (light) fertilization is OK for mothers, but most of the time, purified water is all they need. During her final two weeks of flowering, her bud cola formations will become so heavy that they require support. Address this issue or you will find that she snaps her own stems. Her buds will yield heavily and will be snowy white. It's not uncommon for experienced marijuana cultivators to yield more than 600 g per square meter. She presents a heavy Indica buzz that almost paralyzes you, but then mellows a bit and sets in for hours. She's perfect for a day at the beach or just sitting at home watching movies. Enjoy your experiences cultivating the Mount Cook marijuana strain!