Kalashnikov Seeds Kalashnikov Original Feminised
€22.00 – €64.00
BREEDER/BRAND Kalashnikov Seeds
GENETICS Altai Sativa х AK-47
VARIETY Indica / Sativa
FLOWERING TYPE Photoperiod
THC CONTENT 17%
YIELD Indoors: 500-600 gr/m2 & Outdoors: 750-1500 gr/plant
PLANT HEIGHT 90-120 сm
GROWS Indoors, Outdoors
FLOWERING TIME 55-65 days
TASTE / FLAVOUR Fruity
Tuned by five years of efforts to cross breed an AK phenotype with Altai Sativa strains, Kalashnikov Original is a very strong strain with extreme resistance to the elements, mold, fungi and humidity.
Kalashnikov Originals quality is reliable and stable; the crop is very fruitful and productive in terms of final product.
The flowering takes 55 to 65 days and the plant is very much resistant to October cold, when the peak of the crop’s blooming (if growing outdoors) takes place. Doesn’t require extensive care of any sorts, just the basic stuff any grower can provide.
Kalashnikov Seeds has been created by a small group of old school growers and Soviet army veterans who have been breeding cannabis seeds in Russia for more than a decade.
Based in the Kuban region, close to Sochi, Kalashnikov Seeds work in constant co-operation with cultivation partners in Saint Petersburg and in the Far East region close to China.
All of Kalashnikov strains are the result of cross-breeding AK-47 (Serious Seeds) clones with Russian, Dutch, Spanish, Eastern European and Afghan landraces.
Kalashnikov Seeds have been breeding cannabis since 2002, were first introduced to the Russian market in 2013 and the wider European market in 2014.
Within a short time, Kalashnikov Seeds became the number one home grown brand in Russia and are now actively competing with many Western seed banks on their own territory. Kalashnikov Seeds are now available in five countries including the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain and Poland.
While Dutch and Spanish seedbanks still dominate the bulk of the cannabis seeds market in Russia, Kalashnikov Seeds are intent on proving that Russian-grown seeds are as good as any seed you can buy in other, more established European countries.