Durban Poison Strain Review(outdoor grown)

imtylerdammit

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Being someone who hates to smoke the same grass all the time, I enjoy new strains of buds. Durban Poison Marijuana Strain(outdoor grown):

Smell: 8/10. It has a candy like smell. Strong, but not skunk strong.
Taste: 9/10. Very sweet and smooth taste. Smooth like a kush strain but a much sweeter taste. Very satisfying.
High: 8/10. The high will come on sharply and give the smoker an "up" feeling.

I was very satisfied with Durban Poison. It was a smooth burn and a candy-like taste. The buds are covered with white crystals as well as red hairs. Most buds are not very dense. I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a new strain to grow or smoke. There are of course better buds out there. Overall i give Durban Poison a 8.5/10.
 

Chewwy1234

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I've got 10 Durban Poison clones going outdoors this year,I'm in the midwest and they are about 4' now.What did you yield per plant and how big were they?
 

imtylerdammit

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I obtained my stash of durban poison through a friend. The last bud i have from that stash is about 2 weeks old now so it doesn't look very well. Although i've never personally tried regular Durban(nor have i heard of it) i would imagine that Durban Poison would be much better.

As far as yields im really not too sure. I would look it up on google or if you plan on buying seeds check a few different websites out.
 

tm21thc

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Ok! Then here is mine! Halfway grow had to kill coz I moved and had no time to finish it right!

 

kdox88

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hmmm, i don't remember where i found durban. but durban poison sounds great.
the shorter flowering time for a pure sativa interests me.
 

imtylerdammit

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DP seeds are rather inexpensive as well which is very nice. Its definately worth growing just to get that candy taste. Indoor grows with DP as supposed to be a lot more candy like. Hopefully in the next few weeks ill start my own grow and a journal on here.


P.S: I love Hunter S. Thompson...
 

Mistawes

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Does anybody know what Durban is like in the Northern Hemisphere (dunno the best way to describe Irish weather, odd burst of sun some for days at a time, but plenty of rain in between!)

Thinking of growing some outdoors and sampled it in the dam to see, best way to describe is like good bud but at say 60-70% both in smell and strength and considering the bulk from outdoor grows, that's fine by me! Thinking either DP, Early girl or Swiss Miss (EG and SM are good against damp apparently, but I've never sampled them!).

Anyone got any input?
 

imtylerdammit

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The majority of seed bank websites will have reliable input as to how easy the seeds are to grow, the climate they like, yield, and proper harvesting time. Early Girl was grown by my friend in a rather moist environment with great success. SM i dont know much about. I would try a skunk strain, EG, or DP. Good luck
 

tm21thc

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I smoked her!:)
It smells like coconut and citrus!
I ordered a few WW from Nirvana but I got two DP seeds!:)
I still have one now!:):):)

 

Mistawes

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Thankoo Tyler! (I'm guessing that's your name!) I think I'll go with EG, sounds like the most appropriate..
 

Mistawes

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Lionel Richie I think I love you! Haha.. That from experience, ay? :P

Hmm.. That's 2 people saying DP, been very tempted by EG, but this makes me think otherwise. Might go for DP frist, and once I get money get EG to see what it's like! Think it's a little late to be planting now though, not long left in the summer now.. A month, max two! Anyone reckon it's worth it? Don't wanna try, get no harvest and then have no seeds!

Cheers!
 

imtylerdammit

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Now is probably the last time you can really plant on the east coast. Last year it was still in the low 70s and upper 60s up until mid october. I would just wait until next may depending on where your located...or just take the chance. DP grows quickly and could probably give you a decent yield by october.
 
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