Named soon following the highest peak in New Zealand, Mt. Cook by Kiwiseeds is a former Weed Cup champion. Right after selecting their top Afghani female, a special Northern Lights and Hash Plant male was used to pollinate and create this strong indica. Understood well known to be strong and sedative, this is a wonderful strain to relax and catch some sleep with.
When to Harvest Mt. Cook ‐ Flowering Time
The Mt. Cook marijuana strain has a quick flowering time in comparison to other marijuana strains. You can expect it to flower within just 6 to 8 weeks. The Mt. Cook marijuana strain seldomly surpasses a height of 30 inches, making it a small plant compared to other strains. Commonly producing yields up to 1 to 3 oz per square foot, the Mt. Cook marijuana strain is considered a to provide an average yield.
When smoked or converted into an edible form, the flavor of the Mt. Cook strain is best described as Ammonia, Diesel, and Spicyherbal.
Mt. Cook Strain Medicinal Benefits and Side Effects
How to Breed Mt. Cook Seeds
Below you can find a list of strains that are parents and predecessors which led to the medicinal effects and properties of the Mt. Cook cannabis strain. It was through the breeding of these strains which led to the production of Mt. Cook marijuana seeds, while attempting to cultivate their combined effects and therapeutic properties. To breed your own Mt. Cook seeds, you would need to cultivate a mixture of the following strains: