Genetics: Heirloom Pakistani Hashplant
Purpose: Charas (sieved)
Height: 1 – 1,50 metres
Smells: fuely,earthy,coffe,/hashy, berries,burnt rubber
Taste: Earthy, hashy, sweet
Flowering indoor: 8-10 weeks (+/- 67 days)
Harvest: October in Pakistan (outdoor)
Effect: Very potent
Smell: Berries,hashy,fuel,savory,sweet,minty,spicy,pine,burnt rubber
Characteristics: Very resinous plant, broad leafeted, purple phenos
Grow type: Outdoor, indoor, greenhouse
Aunt of Farouk, or AOF, or Wild Pakistan.
These seeds were collected by my friend since the 70’s “Farouk” at his aunt and uncle’s place near the indian and kashmir border. Farouks family use these plants for hashmaking (sifting) and have been doing it with this strain for many years. AOF has mainly short broad leaf phenotypes with not many branches (80-100cm) but there are a few sativa influenced phenotypes that will grow taller with more branches (100-150cm).
The smaller phenotype make dense buds with lots of trichomes and
a fuely/earthy/coffie/hashy odor. Some will get redish in the end of flowering (9-10 weeks) The more strechy normally has longer buds with a bit more lose structure.
Berry to the bone some has called this pheno due to the strong berry smell when flowering. Heavy trichome production even on the top fanleaves. The effect,
when grown to perfection, is very stoned and relaxing, with some pain relief.
These seeds are always made in an open pollination set-up, with several males and females used as they are in Pakistan. Expect to see many thricomes and a heavy hash smell. Very sticky like glue when touched. These seeds were made possible thanks to the dedicated work of DergCorra Collective who saved this line and spread it around.
Comment from a grower: ” Smoking the Aunt of Farouk plant for the first time, marijuana of the highest quality. I’d enter this bud into any competition and take first place. The flavour is incredible, hard to describe but it has a savory sweet spicy hashish flavour matches the aroma perfectly. The buzz is like a narcotic, all pain is gone and a smile on my face”.