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Basic / Breeders Info
Afghani Orange is a mostly indica variety from Capricorn Seed Co. and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ) and outdoors . Capricorn Seed Co.s Afghani Orange is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.
Capricorn Seed Co.s Afghani Orange Description
This is a combination of a California Orange and Afghani. It produces some lovely, huge, aromatic buds. Easy to grow. Top resin production. These plants just jump out of their shells and go. One of our best plants for outdoors with no mold problems and excellent returns (average 10oz). The dry weight is fantastic(not a lot of shrinkage when curing). The high is very strong and will satisfy the most seasoned smokers.
I kept returning to this jar simply to work my way through the aroma completely. In the pipe, the orange, cinnamon, and pine continued to blossom when smoked. The flavor was just as heavy as the aroma.
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Bedford Grow’s Orange Afghani is an indica-leaning cross of Orange Ghost and Chem ‘91 and Afghani Landrace. This eighth tested at 19.68% THCa and 21.8% total cannabinoids. The primary terpenes were terpinolene, β-caryophyllene, and β myrcene. Interesting minor terpenes included ocimene, p-cymene, α-terpineol, and β-phellandrene.
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The effects were initially classically indica, relaxing my body and putting a grin on my face. Notably, I never felt tired, weighed down, or unable to focus as the time wore on. I was just at ease enough to have a great time, while never feeling detached from the experience.
When I was young, it was always a dream to judge a High Times Cannabis Cup. Take-home backpacks are a long way away from the cutting edge breeder showcases that the Amsterdam Cups of legend, but we are where we are. This selection from Bedford Grow picked up from Maribis Springfield, Orange Afghani is a competitor for the Indica Cup.
The aroma in the jar was overwhelmed on the top by the medicinal tang of the terpinolene. After a short saturation period, I detected fresh orange peel, tangy hops, undertones of hot gas,cinnamon, and a combination of pine and earth that carried me back to hiking the pine forests of the Great Smokys.
Illinois News Joint Posted on September 29, 2021 by M Lasley September 30, 2021
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Orange Afghani by Bedford Grow is a heavy indica with bright terpenes. Crossing an Orange Ghost mother and a Lashkar Gah/White ‘91 father, Orange Afghani inherits tart citrus terpenes overlain by a sweet, floral undertone native to many traditional Kush cuts. This strain has a happy, euphoric buzz that couples well with its functional relaxation. Orange Afghani is also known to produce high levels of the terpene terpinolene.