Ceres Kush
With roots stemming from Afghanistan and India, Kush has made a glorious come back. This Cannabis variety grows dense flowers on a short and tight plant. It has a taste similar to hashish and a very comfortable and settling high
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    For Ceres Seeds, Ceres Kush is where it all began. With roots stemming from Afghanistan and India, Kush has made a glorious come back. This Cannabis variety grows dense flowers on a short and tight plant. It has a taste similar to hashish and a very comfortable and settling high. This strain is said to be quick flowering and very easy to grow. This Cannabis Indica flowers indoors for 50 days and finishes around mid October when grown outdoors.

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    Ceres Seeds gives a whole new meaning to “homegrown” weed! This seed company was officially founded in 1988, but their love affair with potent herb goes back much further than that. If the legend is true, one of the original owners started growing Sinsemilla Fan Club strains with his grandma back in the day! Today, Ceres Seeds is proud to offer exceptionally stable & powerful landrace strains & F1 hybrids to small-scale collectors around the world who love weed as much as they do! Why not order your next set of 5-star cannabis seeds from a kindred spirit?