Purple Afghan Kush is easy to grow. She’s capable of withstanding extremely hot and dry weather conditions without any difficulties. The amount of irrigation water, but not the frequency of the irrigation sessions, should be reduced by 10 % compared to other cannabis plants. Let’s remember that, despite her tropical scent, Purple Afghan Kush has been raised in the Hindu Kush mountains, which is why she can thrive in dry, extreme climates.
However, there is one aspect we have to be very careful with: the vegetative time. Her being so short makes it necessary for her growth period to be a bit longer than usual, so extending it some 20 extra days before the flowering is highly advisable. This means we should wait about a month and a half before the visual show starts, that is, before the 60-day flowering kicks off.