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Durban Poison

breed by Dutch Passion

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Basic / Breeders Info

Durban Poison is a sativa variety from Dutch Passion and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ) and outdoors . Dutch Passions Durban Poison is a THC dominant variety and is/was also available as feminized seeds.

Dutch Passions Durban Poison Description

Imported from South Africa, produced in Holland. Exclusively inbred, never hybridized, 100% Sativa. Large long budleaves, buds are also large and long with lots of resin. A sweet licorice or anise flavour. “Up” high similar to Thai. High yields. Well suited for outcrossing with late bloomers to produce earlier flowering. Also does very well under artificial light. A very popular variety.

THC: 16% – 25%
flowering period: 8 – 9 weeks
harvest time outdoor: end of Sept.

Where to buy Durban Poison cannabis seeds?

Durban Poison from Dutch Passion is available as regular and feminized seeds. In 21 seedbanks, we found 78 offers between EUR 7.50 for 1 feminized seed and EUR 315.21 for 100 feminized seeds. If you are looking to buy Durban Poison Cannabis Seeds from Dutch Passion somewhere – have a look to our Durban Poison Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Durban Poison offers: Oaseeds, Hanfoase & Stecklingsexpress, Seeds24.at, Zamnesia, PEV Seeds Bank, Mary’s Seeds, Cheeba Beans, Cannapot Hanfshop, Herbalist, Herbies Head Shop, Alchimia Grow Shop, Seedsman, Indras Planet GmbH, Samenwahl.com, Amsterdam Seed Center, Linda Seeds | Linda Semilla, canna-seed.com, Hanf & Hanf, Dutch Passion, Canna-Seed Seed Shop and Chu Majek.

Durban Poison Awards

Dutch Passions Durban Poison is a cupwinning variety and won the 7th Place at the The Emerald Cup 2016 in the category Outdoor, submitted by High Mountain Holistic + Emerald Family Farms!

Durban Poison Reviews

We’ve collected strain info from 23 growers for Durban Poison, check out the reviews about the indoor and outdoor grow here.

General Impression

Known Phenotypes:

  1. short, compact, fastly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype #1
  2. long, stretched, fastly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype #1
  3. long, stretched, slowly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype #2
  4. Very homogenous variety.

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How is Durban Poison growing outdoors?

How is Durban Poison growing indoors?

Durban Poison Degustation

The seedfinder users tested Durban Poison and uploaded information about the taste and effects of Dutch Passions Durban Poison. Here a short overview, click to the charts or links to get an exact description and find similar cannabis varieties!

Taste / Flavour

3% Cherry Blossom

The taste / flavour of Durban Poison was characterized as fairly Sweet (Sugar; a little bit Floral and also with a touch of Licorice) and Spicy (Hot and Herbs) and additionally as a little bit Microbiological (Alcohol; a bit of Earth and also a little bit Chalk). . read more

Effect / Effectiveness

10% Thought provoking

8% Spacy / Confusing

4% Nervous / Fidgety

Durban Poison have basically a prominent effect to the Head (a little bit Activating and Uplifting and also minimal Exhilarating and Psychedelic) but is also affecting (a little bit less) to the Body (fairly Energetic; a little bit Nervous / Fidgety and Appetizing and also minimal Couchlocking and Calming). . read more

Durban Poison Gallery

Here you see the latest Durban Poison photos, uploaded from our users! Altogether we’ve collected 37 pictures from Dutch Passions Durban Poison, check out our Durban Poison gallery to view them all.

Durban Poison Lineage / Genealogy

  • Durban Poison »»» Africa Durban IBL
  • Africa Durban »»» Sativa

Map of the Durban Poison Family Tree

Durban Poison Hybrids & Crossbreeds

We found 75 direct descendants from Dutch Passions Durban Poison in the seedfinder strain database, here a short overview. To see all hybrids and their descendants, visit our Durban Poison Genealogy Page and check out all the direct crosses as like as the following generations.

Durban Poison Durban Poison Chunky Cookies Durban Poison x OG Kush Durban the Dog Durban Poison x Chemdog D IX-1 Poison Toad Durban Poison x Angel Dubai Poison Durban Poison Green Scout Cookies OG Kush x Durban Poison Durban Poison pure Durban Poison Hemlock Durban Poison x L.A. Confidential F1 Kush Durban Poison Colorado cut x The White Fluffer Nutter Durban Poison Colorado cut x Sour Dubble

Map of the Durban Poison Descendants

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Durban Poison User Comments

Altogether we’ve collected 19 user comments about Dutch Passions Durban Poison. Here you find the 13 english user comments, for the ones in the other langues please click here: german (6).

reworg99 – 07.04.2020

I grew 3 of them last year in a qite sunny spot one of them started growing really vigorously but later on suffered a lot because of the lack of wather (grew them gorilla and it did’n rain for about 6 weeks)it was of the long slowly blossoming pheno. The other grew both of ordinary height but one had really short side branches. In the end they didn’t yeld as much as the other plant(swiss chese by nirvana seeds) which moreover could take better the lack of watering ; the final product anywhay has a good despite not so strong smell and hits strong .

reworg99 – 07.04.2020

grew durban poison twice , last year and 3 years ago, she is definitely a keeper , best afternoon strain i have smoked so far .
yes , it’s not the best producer but delivers an honest amount of the finest herb with just a bit of care and watering thus i would totally recommend

mawgwa – 07.10.2018

Hey, ‘Guerillapsycho”: This site is a space designed exclusively for growers to share their tips, ratings, morphology, details, and thoughts regarding those strains with which they have direct experience growing. IT IS NOT A SPACE IN WHICH TO BRAG ABOUT YOUR ALLEGED WORLD TRAVELS, YOUR NEW TOP OF THE LINE LIGHTS, YOUR PERCEIVED STATUS AS AN AUTHORITY ON CANNABIS GENETICS, OR STARTING FEUDS BY ATTACKING FELLOW POSTERS. For that, you should go back to whatever chat room or forum that you frequent, and give em hell there all you want. In other words, please be a psycho somewhere else.
If you truly want to educate yourself on the flowering times of durban poison, visit those breeders whom specialize in landrace african genetics and you will discover that its over 100 days.

GuerillaPsycho – 06.10.2018

Have something to say about the previous comment from the user ‘mawgwa’: Druban Poison is a sativa landrace that naturally doesn’t need long to finish, that’s what’s so special about her, looking at my pictures you can see there’s no doubt about her beeing a sativa.
Though, I had a long flowering durban-pheno which also turned purple even though the temperature was held about 26-28°C and about 23°C at night. She became a real beauty, the color nearly got pink and the buds very very sativa-like.

I once smoked original Durban Poison in Amsterdam, imported outdoor weed from Durban, South-Africa. Was by far the raciest high I’ve ever had, unbelievable! The Meth between all the weed strains (haha).
Quite the same effect with my indoor grown Durban, clear, uplifting and looonglasting high but not as strong, I’ve had phenos with stronger, more psycedelic effects. Those always were denser and greener buds covered in trichomes and tasted similar to Haze, but still very different and unique. Mine smells and tastes like flowers/roses with a liqueury background.

Grown 100% organic in SUPERSOIL/LIVING SOIL under 180w (total draw) Cree Led’s with additional OSRAM Duris Led panels (all together 240w). My first LED grow.

Also been growing the Durban Poison outdoors for years, northern latitude, southern Germany. Finishes between end of september to mid of october, very strong and resistent plant and you can get more than a kilo (!!) dried purpled buds from one plant if you know what you are doing, IN GERMANY! I do recommend this plant to everyone who’s in need of uplifting effects and unusual aromas or people who want weed that is not geneticly modified so much. For northern latitude, it’s a good keeper for querilla growers.

mawgwa – 09.09.2018

dutch passion durban poison is probably not an authentic landrace durban just going by the relatively short flower period and the look and structure of the plant and buds but with a plant this good, i for one dont care. This is an admirable plant, the struccture is about perfect, its very consistent and trustworthy,it is vigorous and easy to grow, has great yeilds of quite potent buds that should be enuf to please and satisfy even choosy mothers.I had only 1 seed and due to cloning, I still have durban in the room 3 years later. Alot have come and gone while she is still proving her worth. I cant imagine anyone not being happy that they grew this strain. Mawgwa

DP2001 – 08.07.2018

Ich muss mal eine Lanze brechen für Durban Poison. Seit ich damals, Anfang der 2000er Jahre die holländischen Seedbanks entdeckt habe (bis dahin growte ich immer nur mit Bagseeds und mäßigem Erfolg) ist Durban Poison bis heute bei fast jedem meiner Outdoor Grows dabei.

Die Pflanzen wachsen schnell und werden bei guten Bedingungen problemlos 3m groß. Daher empfehlt es sich die Pflanzen zu stützten oder zu beschneiden. Auf letztere Variante reagieren die Durban Poisons übrigens sehr gut und auch nach einer exzessiven Schnippel-Orgie sieht sie wenige Tage später schon besser aus als eh und je. Im Juli würde ich allerdings nicht mehr beschneiden da die Pflanzen Ende Juli / Anfang August schon in die Blüte gehen.

Das generelle Erscheinungsbild erinnert eher an eine Indica – Breite, dunkle Blätter, kurze Abstände zwischen den Inernodien etc., aber die Wuchskraft ist enorm. Selbst bei später Anzucht und viel binden + schneiden ist es fast unmöglich die Durban Poison unter 2m zu halten.

Am Ende wird man mit sehr harten und extrem harzigen, dichten Nuggets belohnt. Bei 50-100 Liter Erdaustausch und 12 Stunden möglichem Sonnenlicht täglich sind Pflanzen mit 250g+ keine Seltenheit. Das High ist etwas schwach was den THC-Anteil angeht, dafür sind Art und Wirkung umso angenehmer – sehr aktivierend und gedankenanregend, hat was von einer Tasse Kaffee und eignet sich vor allem für tagsüber, für abends eher nicht zu empfehlen da bleibt man dann ewig wach und philosophiert 🙂 Die fertigen Buds tropfen vor Harz und sehen aus wie Indoor gegrowt.

Sehr Widerstandfähig gegen Schädlinge, Schimmel und Krankheiten. Absolut Anfängerfreundlich. Kann es schaffen die ganze Saison über zu performen ohne dabei gegossen werden zu müssen, deshalb ideal für Guerilla Aktionen geeignet wo man nur zum aussetzen und zum ernten hingeht. Dankbar ist die Durban Poison aber trotzdem, wer regelmäßig giesst wird dafür belohnt 😉 Wächst übrigens sehr homogen, alle Pflanzen unter gleichen Bedingungen sehen auch gleich aus.

Durch die ganzen neuen Sorten der letzten Jahre ist die Durban Poison etwas in Vergangenheit geraten, meiner Meinung nach ist sie aber immer noch ein Klassiker und eine der besten Outdoor-Sorten überhaupt. Sichere, zuverlässige Ernte Ende September.

mawgwa – 20.02.2018

every other plant in the flower room had PM this plant never got a single spot. Seems to be PM immune or at least that one was.

Richfield – 04.11.2017

Outdoor Grow:
Die Sorte Durban Poison wurde am 49ten Breitengrad kultiviert.
Insgesamt ist die Sorte normal schnell gewachsen.
Leider ging die Sorte sehr spät in die Blüte. Die Blütenansätze
waren im Gegensatz zu anderen Sorten eher klein. Von einer Outdoor
Sorte erwarte ich da mehr !!
Ende September ist mir dann die komplette Sorte verschimmelt. (Leaf Septoria)
Nächstes Jahr werde ich auf jeden fall die Sorte nochmal testen,
bis dahin kann ich die Sorte (draußen) leider nicht weiterempfehlen.

Hunoor – 21.08.2016

Legkorábban érö fajta amivel találkoztam eddig. Augusztus elején kezdi a virágzást ezért tele lesz maggal ha nincs védett helyen.

Mountzion – 18.04.2015

Mediterranean climate. Germinated beginning of May, Placed in 100-300 gallons of soil (378-1130 liters) on South facing hill at 4300 feet elevation with full day sun except early morning. Grown organically.

Summer/veg climate: Temperature daytime : 65-95, nighttime: 50-70. Humidity RH =10%-35%.

Fall/flowering climate: Temperature daytime: 50-95, nighttime: 40-60, humidity RH=20%-60%.

High: Expresso like, clear and intense pure energy. Zero come down or lethargy, VERY clean high that feels like you didnt even smoke if you let it taper off over a couple hours.

Smell: All the plants had “similar” smells but slightly different. They were all mild, but in a “refined” way, similar to tea. All were sweet smelling, hints of licorice and lemon, earthy and exotic.

Taste: The taste is very strong and will be just as it smells (this is in a volcanco vaporizer)

Their were two main phenos: one perfect for outdoor, one perfect for indoor.

Outdoor pheno: grows like xmas tree, very good light and air penetration between plant. Strong stem that can handle the wind, though will need to be wrapped if you want to prevent the VERY long outstretched bottom branches that can break with high winds. In 100 gallon pot yielded

3.5 pounds, 1.5 kg. The plant in a 300 gallon pot yield 7 pounds (3 kg).

Indoor pheno: shorter and more squat. In one of my 100 gallon pots the plant was only 5′ tall, 4′ wide and it yielded around 4 or 5 pounds, 2 kg. The plant in a 200 gallon yielded around 6 pounds, 2.7kg. This pheno is not built as sturdy or tough as the outdoor, but not weak by any means. Less “open” then outdoor pheno so light and air do not penetrate as well. but the colas were no joke thicker then my arms. and the high was just the same as the other, a pure clean expresso like sativa.

For a Sativa the buds are extremely dense, if you were to compare it to hybrids/indicas I would describe it was rather dense, the buds are well connected and formed and are not airy.

Also I harvest in intervals, allowing my middle and inner nugs to fill out, increasing overall yield.

The Medicinal cannabis dispensary I take my product too sent it to a lab and it came back as 19.7% THC. This was from a pack of “middle” or 2nd harvested nugs.

James1612 – 21.09.2014

Great strain for outdoor UK. big, fat buds that are fairly compact and smell like liquorice haze. Lovely plant, absolute winner. 5oz plus.

BalkanSmurf – 29.07.2014

I grew mine guerilla style topped once and LST/Suppercropped.
It was ready early with yield around 300 grams.
The smell/taste isnt that good nor strong. The high is happy, uplifting a bit tiring at the end.
I would grow this again cuz its fast with good yield and quite nice high.

growa – 27.10.2012

Does not smell very strong (plant and dried buds) but therefore very nice. Branches should be supported, otherwise they are tending to break. Nice smoke but do not expect a bomb.
I would buy seeds again.

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Dutch Passion original Durban Poison is a classic outdoor and indoor variety, tough enough for outdoor growing in extreme Northern/Southern latitudes. She was brought to Holland from South Africa and was inbred over many years during the 70’s. With each generation Durban Poison became increasingly adapted to the windy and rainy conditions of Northern Europe. During the breeding process some unknown indica genetics have been crossed with Durban. Durban may initially show wide indica style leaves but the growth pattern allows the sativa dominance to show by the end with long blooms pierced by slim sativa-style leaves.

Durban Poison is ready to harvest after 8-9 weeks indoors. Outdoors she can reach 2-3 metres tall and is harvested around the start of Autumn. With enough root space Durban develops strong side branches which will carry heavy resinous blooms. The plant development, harvest appearance and energising, uplifting high are typically sativa. Durban Poison has a spicy, hazy taste with hints of aniseed, liquorice and cloves. The buds are often dark green and resistant to mold and pests. Very potent and consistent with good yields.

<p>Dutch Passion original Durban Poison is a classic outdoor and indoor variety, tough enough for outdoor growing in extreme Northern/Southern latitudes. She was brought to Holland from South Africa and was inbred over many years during the 70’s. With ea