The GDP ( Granddaddy Purple) cut i used was selected from a pack of “Kens Original Grand Daddy Purp” for being a dead ringer for the GDP I was familiar with in the early 2000s. This GDP tastes like grape and sweet lavender with heavy “purple” flavour and color. The growth has very little stretch after flipping to flower. Small dark green and purple leafs with bushy structure and dense nugs frosted with trichome.
AIRHORN is a cross I made from A.S.S. (American Skink Selection) crossed to a Skush male I selected out of 300 + different males from different breeders.
AIRHORN smells range from musky Kush, skunky, OG , with a rare grape/berry funk. Effects are strong.
Colors I have seen are dark green with purple hews late flower, as well as, an occasional dark purple expression.
I looked through four females at first and liked what I saw so I popped a lot more to find one to keep and to do an open pollination. I found three males that had amazing vigor that were sticky to the touch, and had stanky smells coming from them. Those males pollinated many different AIRHORN sisters as well as what clones I had flowering that season.
13 regular photoperiod seeds per pack