On cannabisgrowing.com, we’re focusing on tips for the budget-conscious grower who would like to still experience the distinctions between cannabis strains. There really are a variety of smells, tastes, and sensations that properly cured marijuana buds of different types have to offer. Here is a direct grow comparison between two inexpensive varieties from the respected cannabis seed bank “Sensi Seeds / White Label Seeds”.
The two strains are Sensi’s “Afghan Kush”, and White Label’s “Double Gum”. At the point of publishing this article, the plants are just starting the 5th week of flowering, and we expect them to be done 3-4 more weeks (perhaps a bit longer for the Double Gum, from the looks of it).
We want to show you how these two “budget” strains compare during the grow. We’ll give a “smoke report” later on. Sensi’s “Afghan Kush” costs $33 for 10 standard seeds, and the White Label Seeds “Double Gum” was just $19 for 10 standard seeds. At just $2-3 per plant (we had 100% germination on these seeds) these are great for a budget grower’s home medicinal marijuana project. I wouldn’t, however, suggest these for your very first grow. The previous post (WSS Skunk Feminized) might be a better choice for a novice grower, and they are in the same price range.
Let’s cut to the chase, and show you how the plants look at this point:
Now if you’re a beginning grower, you may be saying, “Huh? They don’t look different to me!” This is not unusual, so don’t worry. Let me point out a few things, then take a minute and compare them again – you’ll see what I am talking about.
The first image is the Afghan Kush plant. Compared to the second image (Double Gum) there are a few things you should compare and notice: Read More…