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Pahari Farmhouse is an Indian landrace variety that hails from the vast and wild Himalayan Mountains. Like the mountains themselves, this bud is covered with snow and has large peaks, which offer long pistils shooting out of the foliage. The aroma and flavor is of vintage hashish, earth and incense, evoking a sense of wonder in most users. This is a serious daytime smoke. Those who ingest it at night will likely have trouble falling asleep.
Not particularly recommended for indoor cultivation, these ladies grow to immense proportions. Outdoor plants top out around 16 feet tall and will be ready for harvest no later than the second week of November. It's best to grow these ladies in areas where the nighttime temperatures do not reach below 40 degrees, during this time. Gardeners will be rewarded with sometimes immense yields, of up to four pounds per plant. They are also highly resistant to most pests and diseases, making them a suitable choice for outdoor and greenhouse gardens.
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