If it’s grown in an outdoors location, Durban Poison can grow tall, making it an absolute hog when it comes to space. An upside, however, is that it is one of the few Sativa strains in existence that can manifest in an outdoor setting, which is why it is especially loved and adored in Holland. It should be fairly obvious to note, due to their horrendous size, it is prudent that one lives in a location conducive to the growing of cannabis, otherwise, it’s going to be quite hard to shield one’s crop of Durban Poison from prying eyes
The best kind of setup is an indoor one. Durban Poison is quite a difficult strain of cannabis to produce, but if one is diligent when it comes to proper nutrition and patterns of healthy light, it’s possible to farm good strains. Like most things, it’s what you put into an endeavor that counts the most in the end. Individuals can pursue the hydroponics route, and it is shown that it is probably the best indoor methodology when it comes to Durban Poison production. However, be aware that there can be issues with strain purity being potentially broken when this particular farming path is taken.
Outdoor harvests are generally done in the middle of September or October. An apex-level Durban Poison plant produces up to 16oz yield if grown outdoors as opposed to a 13oz yield if grown indoors.
Despite its difficulty level, Durban Poison is good for the aspiring bud enthusiast, as it is relatively simple to give life to just one or two really solid plants. Not only is its cultivation process simple enough, but it also produces large enough of a volume to be worth the trouble. It is also, naturally, very resistant to molds, bugs and other external factors, making it one of the toughest strains out there.
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