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CKS Durban Poison and Green Crack

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Can anyone explain why DP is only a 60% Sativa?

Also why is Green Crack advertised as a indica dominate?

Are these actual lineages from the real strains? I would think the effects would be nothing like the original.
 

TorturedSoul

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Can anyone explain why DP is only a 60% Sativa?
Probably for the same reason that lunch "meat" is only about 60% meat - it's been worked, processed, and "improved" to within an inch of its life. Unless you care to hop on a plane for a 14-hour flight to Durban, SA, and get lucky enough to score some seeds from a connected old fart.

It's the most non-sativa sativa I've ever seen (again, speaking about the commonly-available seedbank versions).
 

Torst

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DP used to be listed as 10% indica but that changed for some reason. Use The Way Back When website to verify!

Kinda strange...
 
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