Mt Cook

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1st prize – best Indica strain – H.T Cannabis Cup – 2008
Mt Cook, (or Aoraki as it’s known in Maori) is the highest and most majestic mountain in N.Z and Kiwiseeds have done their best to produce a plant that lives up to its name!

Mt Cook is a mainly indica hybrid of 2 very special plants. The mother is of Afghani/Thai roots and was selected from 100’s of females in a Kiwiseeds breeding program carried out in N.Z in 1998.

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Characteristics

Gender: Regular seeds and Feminized seeds
Kiwiseeds – Mount Cook is available as feminized and regular seeds.
Type: Indoor, Outdoor and Greenhouse
Kiwiseeds – Mount Cook is suitable for growing: Indoor, Outdoor and Greenhouse.
Genetics: Indica 80% Sativa 20%
Kiwiseeds – Mount Cook contains the following genes: Indica 80% Sativa 20%.
High: Heavy stoned
Kiwiseeds – Mount Cook gives a ’Heavy stoned’ effect.
Flowering: 50 – 60 days
Kiwiseeds – Mount Cook flowers for about 50 – 60 days.
Height: 50 – 100 cm
Kiwiseeds – Mount Cook grows into about 50 – 100 cm plants.
Yield: 400 – 500 grams per m2
The yield of Kiwiseeds – Mount Cook is about 400 – 500 grams per m2.
Prizes: First prize
Kiwiseeds – Mount Cook won the first prize at the cannabis cup.
Medical: High THC / High CBD
Kiwiseeds – Mount Cook is a strain with high THC and CBD strength.
Climate: Temperate and Cool
Kiwiseeds – Mount Cook is suitable for the following climates: Temperate and Cool.

Description

1st prize – best Indica strain – H.T Cannabis Cup – 2008
Mt Cook, (or Aoraki as it’s known in Maori) is the highest and most majestic mountain in N.Z and Kiwiseeds have done their best to produce a plant that lives up to its name!

Mt Cook is a mainly indica hybrid of 2 very special plants. The mother is of Afghani/Thai roots and was selected from 100’s of females in a Kiwiseeds breeding program carried out in N.Z in 1998. She was picked for her short flowering times, THC content, and compact structure as well as fruity taste and aroma influenced by the Thai genetics.

The resulting plant was brought back to Holland in clone form, and after much trial and error crossing her with various males, eventually a suitable pollen donor was found. This came in the form of one ‘Northern Lights’ X ‘Hashplant’ used in a previous hybrid from Kiwiseeds called ‘Milky Way’.

‘Mt Cook’ comes with all those familiar indica characteristics. Lovely deep-green leaves, short thick, stems and branches, fat pungent buds simply coated in snow-like crystals.
The smoke is heavy and stony, almost paralyzing! Although a little longer than some Indicas, Mt Cook has a reasonable flowering time, and good yield making it a great indoor plant.
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