The Mt. Cook cannabis strain is an excellent example of mountain cannabis genetics. She was bred by New Zealand breeders Kiwi Seeds and aptly named after the tallest mountain in New Zealand. Mt Cook is a great cross that features the high altitude pedigree of Afghani and gives it a satisfying antipodean twist.This is a stable strain of cannabis that exhibits good mold and pest resistance, making her ideal for novices as well as for outdoor grows at altitude. Yields can be immense, and if growing her indoors you should give some thought to supporting the lower branches which will soon be bending under the weight of huge kolas that glisten with snow capped peaks, just like her namesake. Mt Cook will perform particularly well in a SOG set up where you should consider 15-20 plants per M2.Mt. Cook marijuana also clones particularly well, making for excellent mother plants. A well selected pheno will happily produce many generations of happy, vigorous offspring.It’s not just a great plant in the grow room. The hit from smoking Mt. Cook weed is instant and very much about the Indica. This is heavy, narcotic weed with an overpowering sedative effect.StrainIndica/Sativa 75/25Seed OriginAfghani X NZ IndicaSeed BreederKiwi SeedsAuto Flower Seeds AvailableNoFeminized Seeds AvailableNoGrow IndoorsYesGrow OutdoorYesYield21+oz (600gm) M2Height IndoorsmediumHeight OutdoorstallFlowering Period8-9 weeksHarvest OutdooroctoberTHC Level20%+Stoned or HighstonedGrow DifficultyeasyAwards1st 2008 Cannabis Cup (Indica)From the forumInorganic growingInorganic growingCurious about inorganic growing5 Steps To Growing Marijuana Indoors for Dummies! [Infographic]Anything I can do better?