Fragrant north Indian charas and sticky black Afghani hashish are both largely produced from Kush plants a subset of the Indica family which may be considered definitive examples of that line.
Afghan Kush produces a heavy yield and remains compact, especially working with clones. Growers who flower their original seed plants will notice a jump in height at the onset of blooming, due to this strain’s natural vigour. Leaves are broad-bladed and dark green. Afghan Kush buds develop into massive, blunt-topped, resin-saturated nuggets of pure Indica goodness.