- Classification: Indica-dominant
- Parents: Ghost OG x Afghani #1
- Growing Environment: Indoor/Outdoor
- Flowering Time: 8 – 10 weeks
- Yield: Low
- Medical Uses: Pain relief, Crohn’s disease, nausea, anorexia, insomnia
- Breeder: Rare Dankness Seeds
Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Afghan Ghost is the perfect bedtime or evening smoke. Very relaxing and sedating, without being overwhelming. A hardcore munchie-induce, so be prepared.
Afghan Ghost came about by breeding the famed Ghost OG, with the classic landrace strain, Afghani #1. The Afghani male was used to pollinate a Ghost female that was over two years in the making. The breeder certainly took their time creating this fine gem and the hard work shows. Dense, triangular-shaped buds are covered with a thick coating of amber trichomes. Pungent aromas of Kush permeate from these rock-hard little buds. Flavors include lemon, hash and earth, giving it an exotically classic flavor. Sit back and relax, while toking upon Afghan Ghost.
Most gardeners are encouraged to vegetate these ladies as long as possible, indoors. Eight or nine weeks of vegetation is not too long. This will ensure a better yield, indoors, without running into height restrictions. Growers are advised to feed moderate to slightly below moderate nutrient levels, in order to prevent nute burn. Greenhouse cultivation is not recommended, unless being grown in cooler northern climates. Other than that, Afghan Ghost is a hearty strain that will require minimal management. Soil cultivation will produce outstanding results, with even more outstanding flavors. This bud is only available in non-feminized seed form, from the breeder. Clones may be available in dispensaries. Add this Ghost to your garden and kiss your troubles goodbye.