Kabul is a pure Afghan Hindu Kush land-race cannabis where it is grown at a latitude of 35° N. Its home of Logar Province is very highly regarded for its sieved hashish production and, in recent times, NATO troops were only admitted to the region by the local farmers on condition that the fields of cannabis were left untouched and allowed to grow to maturity.
Plants grow with a fairly typical indica structure, i.e. a Christmas tree shape, and feature medium to broad leaves. They cab be cultivated with great success indoors, outdoors and even in a greenhouse with good ventilation/air circulation. Growers can expect high levels of resin which makes excellent extracts. Harvest is expected to be in October - November in the northern hemisphere
Kabul, like other Afghan land-races, has a high potency with a physically relaxing effect.