Mt Cook

Mt Cook

breed by Kiwiseeds

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Basic / Breeders Info

Mt Cook is a mostly indica variety from and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±55 days) and outdoors. Kiwiseeds' Mt Cook is a THC dominant variety and is/was also available as feminized seeds.

Kiwiseeds' Mt Cook Description

Kiwiseeds Mt Cook Mount Cook, (or Aoraki as it’s known in Maori) is the highest and most majestic mountain in N.Z and Kiwiseeds have done their best to produce a plant that lives up to its name!
Mt Cook is a mainly indica hybrid of 2 very special plants. The mother is of Afghani/Thai roots and was selected from 100’s of females in a Kiwiseeds breeding program carried out in N.Z in 1998. She was picked for her short flowering times, THC content, and compact structure as well as fruity taste and aroma influenced by the Thai genetics.

The resulting plant was brought back to Holland in clone form, and after much trial and error crossing her with various males, eventually a suitable pollen donor was found.
This came in the form of one ‘Northern Lights’ X ‘Hashplant’ used in a previous hybrid from Kiwiseeds called ‘Milky Way’.

"Mt Cook" comes with all those familiar indica characteristics. Lovely deep-green leaves, short thick, stems and branches, fat pungent buds simply coated in snow-like crystals.
The smoke is heavy and stony, almost paralyzing! Although a little longer than some Indicas, Mt Cook has a reasonable flowering time, and good yield making it a great indoor plant.

Genetics: Indica 80% Sativa 20%
High: Heavy stoned
Flowering: 50 - 60 days
Height: 50 - 100 cm
Yield: 400 - 500 grams per m2
The yield of Kiwiseeds - Mount Cook ® is about 400 - 500 grams per m2.
Medical: High THC / High CBD
Climate: Cool and Temperate

Kiwiseeds - Mount Cook ® won the first prize at the cannabis cup.

Mt Cook Reviews

We've collected strain info from 2 growers for Mt Cook, check out the reviews about the indoor and outdoor grow here.

General Impression

Strength / Lasting Effect
The weed affects slightly below average
User Rating
Mt Cook gets 6.88 of 10 possible Points in the average!

Known Phenotypes:

  1. short, compact, fastly blossoming, indica-dominant Phenotype
  2. long, stretched, slowly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype #1

More Info:

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How is Mt Cook growing outdoors?

Harvest Time Outdoor
Middle of November
in BlShβ climates
Yield / Quantity Outdoor
The crop of this strain is ordinary
General Impression Outdoor
Mt Cook is all together absolutely ordinary

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How is Mt Cook growing indoors?

Flowering Time Indoor
55 - 65 days (±60 days)
Yield / Quantity Indoor
The crop of this strain is high
General Impression Indoor
Mt Cook is all together insane strain - absolutely recommendable

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Mt Cook Degustation

The seedfinder users tested Mt Cook and uploaded information about the aroma, taste and effects of Kiwiseeds' Mt Cook. Here a short overview, click to the charts or links to get an exact description and find similar cannabis varieties!

Aroma / Smell

~36% Sweet

The aroma / smell of Mt Cook can be described best as a little bit Sweet. more

Taste / Flavour

~31% Sweet ~44% Sour ~19% Spicy

The taste / flavour of Mt Cook was characterized as fairly Sour and Sweet and additionally as a little bit Spicy. more

Effect / Effectiveness

~13% Uplifting ~13% Relaxing ~20% Thought provoking ~26% Calming ~50% Head ~50% Body

Mt Cook have a very balanced effect between Head (fairly Thought provoking and also a little bit Uplifting and Relaxing) and Body (fairly Calming). more

Here you see the latest Mt Cook photos, uploaded from our users! Altogether we've collected 8 pictures from Kiwiseeds' Mt Cook, check out our Mt Cook gallery to view them all.

Mt Cooks Medicinal Properties

One medical user provided personal experiences about the medicinal values of Mt Cook from Kiwiseeds and specially it seem to help with Nausea and Vomiting, Pain, Psychiatric Symptoms and Autoimmune Diseases and Inflammation. Please find more information about the medical effects and the dosaging of Kiwiseeds' Mt Cook here at our detailed medical info page for this variety.

Mt Cook Lineage / Genealogy

Map of the Mt Cook Family Tree

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Mt Cook Hybrids & Crossbreeds

Phat Freddy
Mt Cook x Hash Plant
Sugar Baby
Mt Cook x Lowryder #2 Probably
Aoraki 13
Mt Cook x G13

Map of the Mt Cook Descendants

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Mt Cook User Comments

Altogether we've collected 2 user comments about Kiwiseeds' Mt Cook. Here you find the 2 english user comments:

- 16.06.2016

This comment is connected to a Mt Cook review!

Easy strain to grow with forgiving nature. I like to veg the plants a bit, they don't stretch much. Great for a FIM job abs SCROG.

Zen like high, warm fuzzy on the body. Knocks out the pain, leaves the mind at ease and able to deal with anything.

Clones well, had the same plant or clone of for a few years now, love it! I've gotten seeds for this strain at attitude and another place, the beans are solid! this comment

- 15.05.2012

This comment is connected to a Mt Cook review!

I chose this plant because I thought it would be done in time before I get frost here in the northeast USA it turned out she was like 80-90 sativa.Tall and lanky I had stakes and rope all over the damn place it was a mess. She did almost finished she needed another week or 2 but that wasnt happening. She survived a freak snow storm and was about 10-11 feet tall in a 15 gallon smart pot. smoke was fruity and something elese can»t remember don«t have a jar of her with me. She was a total bitch to trim lil leaves everywhere. I bought seed from attitude. this comment

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