Originally Posted by jamesbrow
dubi, question: my beans were sent to me last year these are the seeds they used to make hash I was told what would or could the be coming from that region. I've only gave out 20 of these beans so far I figure hashplant or kush but then again what they callthing could be different i just asked for seeds they used to make hash?
Hello everybody and thanks for the warm words!
James, you can find a great genetic diversity in Chitral zone. There's not a unique Chitral indica or hash plant, expressions will differ depending on the native growers selections. You can also find some wild paki plants with sativa influence, although i think they are less commoun in Chitral, you can still find them, they are not very interesting (low potency wild sat) but paki indicas are usually very good.
If your seeds are used to produce hash then they are probably indica hash plants, but locals also make charas from the wild paki sativas. If seeds are very very little then they are probably wild paki sativas, if they are big, then probably is an indica.
You can find a great diversity of colours, tastes ... in chitral indicas populations. They are generally compact and robust plants (not so dark and robust like extreme afghanis) with high resin production. They resist very nice dry ambient and low temps in flowering. Potency is not overpowering but real pleasant. You can produce excellent hybrids crossing paki indicas with long flowering sats.
Good luck with your new paki genetics. Please, keep us updated with your progresses! dubi