This AK47 hybrid packs an incredibly strong punch and a very fast flowering cycle of between 8-9 weeks. Our breeders have always considered the AK47 as one of the holy grails of Cannabis genetics, being a very stable Sativa strain with an incredibly fast flowering cycle. There were quite a few potential hybrids passing our testlabs during the last 10-12 years, but the most obvious strain to cross them with had been put aside due to the desire to breed with some of the more modern strains. Being such a strong dominant strain there were a lot of phenotypical inconsistencies in their F2-F4 offspring, and due to the unstable nature of the modern hybrid parents we found it difficult to get beyond the F4 generation and still have the original donorplants in good health. This bring me back to that obvious strain that we put aside, which has proven to be at the top of the list for many successful breeding programs, the Pure aka Skunk#1 from the Flying Dutchmen. There are a few female “the Pure” phenotypes in our library, ranging from great growth improvement to the incredible aromas from the Skunk#3 (Drietje), and “the Pure” males are very predictable in regards to breeding with them. The Elvis is a combination of two powerhouses of the Cannabis world, with the intense AK47 Sativa high that made this the most popular strain ever made and the sweet skunky aftertaste that improves the smoothness of the overall smoke. These sweet Skunky aroma’s are not overpowering the spicey AK47 but adding an extra dimension, almost like a sweet and spicey mango chutney. One of the main benefits the Skunk#3 adds to the Elvis is a shortened growth and flowering period, with a more stout appearance and a few weeks faster to mature the Elvis has the potential to become the biggest surprise of 2012. Seedism’s Elvis, is a big budding plant and very high yields can be expected when you know what you are doing. 2012 is the year that the King returns, so no more lonesome nights and time to put some rock and roll in your grow room.
|AK47 x Skunk
|Grows Indoors, Grows Outside