Next of Kin by Super Strains is a high yielding sativa dominant strain that will not fail to impress. With slightly longer flowering times, this strain is for the patient grower; but the payoff for your patience is worth it as you the amount of high quality product it produces is almost unbelievable. If you are looking for a lady of finer class and breed then Next of Kin will not disappoint.
Super Strains - Next of Kin: A strain that highly rewards patience and understanding
Next of Kin by Super Strains is a powerful strain that offers a lot for your time and effort. More suited to the connoisseur grower, Next of Kin will demand quite a bit of attention and patience as she grows, but once she blooms she will reward your devotion with untold delight.
This sativa dominant strain has classic smells and tastes, fresh and hazy. It will induce a clear and focusing cerebral high that lasts. Next of Kin is perfect for those situations when you need to let loose the creativity within, or drown out the distractions around you and focus on the matters at hand. These great qualities make it a very versatile high that can be equally enjoyed out and about, taking in the worlds beauty, or when you want to relax and contemplate life. Its refined qualities make it a great and enjoyable smoke for all levels of smoker, from the green novice to the grizzled veteran; just make sure you are aware of what you are getting into as it can be quite strong!
As mentioned, Next of Kin is quite a slow grower. However, when you consider this strain is a sativa dominant haze the grow times are quite reasonable. You can expect growing times of roughly 11 weeks for optimal yields – and these yields are bountiful. She is better suited to the connoisseur cultivators and the more patient amongst you; but as with any fine lady, if you put in the dedication and time you will be rewarded ten-fold.
Next of Kin by Super Strains is more suited to indoor and greenhouse cultivation unless you are lucky enough to live in a warm, southern climate. Plant heights can reach up to 2.5m when grown outdoors. You can expect a yield in excess of 650g/m2 for your time and efforts – making the whole endeavor well worth it.