KOS – Deep Chunk F5


(6 customer reviews)

NAME: Deep Chunk IBL “F5”
BREEDER: Tom Hill / Inbred by KOS
LINE: Long Inbred Line of Afghanistan Hashplant
PHOTOPERIODS: Sprouting 16/8, Veg 18/6, Flowering 11.5/12.5
WEIGHT: Large & Dense
STRETCH: Hardly Any Stretch
HARVEST OUTDOORS: First week of October in northern hemisphere
SEEDS: Normal, Male/Female Ratios 40/60 Respectively


Deep Chunk by Kingdom Organic Seeds

I got these seeds originally about a decade ago from my buddy
“Moonshine Man” (Jay) and he had gotten them from Tom Hill. I germinated
6 seeds, and ended up with 5 plants, 3 females and 2 males. I put these in
an open blow pollination using both males and all three females. All these
plants were strong and uber resinous as you would expect from this strain.
This strain is a very narcotic and hard hitting type, as one would expect
from a pure blood indica. The yields are very large and just covered in
resin, with a very fuel-like aroma and flavors. Likely an excellent pain killer
for many people. Easy to grow, easy to trim, boom! I tested these seeds for
viability basically right off the plants and got 90% so they are super viable
for sure.


Please do not sprout these on a 24/0 photoperiod and KOS recommends
16/8 for sprouting and until 30 days old. Always allow plants to get at least
55 days old from sprouting, before starting to flower for maximum resin
production. KOS always recommends organically growing our gear for the
full appreciation of smells and flavors.
These plants do not tolerate lower pH ranges well, so this should be noted.
Also since the node distance is very short, the best way to get clones of
this strain is to keep the mothers under a weaker florescent type lighting,
encouraging some stretching.

Grower’s notes March 29, 2017
These plants really like it warmer than most varieties and they will grow very slowly in
ambient temps below 80 degrees f. so give them what they like and watch them jam!

Grower’s notes: Thursday, June 15, 2017
Above when referring to pH preferences for these plants, they prefer more specifically, a
soil-mix in the range of 7.0 – 7.5 pH and will not do well below 6.8, and growth will be
slow at 6.8 as well. They like it HOT and dry, surprise surprise, just like their genetic
home in Afghanistan. Their daytime temps can easily be in the 80’s (Deg. f.) and they
actually prefer it above 85 degrees f.

Grower’s notes: Wednesday, October 3, 2018
In this latest “F2” generation, what the “F2” means is that this inbred line (IBL) has been
inbred twice by me (KOS) and I have exclusively selected 2 females for this cross, both
hardcore resin factories that were both extremely purple; buds purple not just leaves. This
“F2” generation promises to be pure bad ass purple indica—cheers.

Additional information

Weight 1 g
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6 reviews for KOS – Deep Chunk F5

  1. jim

    Outstanding smoke, the fan leaves leave you no doubt it’s an indica, extremely sturdy stalk, doesn’t bush out much. It would be great outdoors I’m sure.

  2. Chris (verified owner)

    Top notch…I grew some outside plants got between 4′ and 5′ tall…still waiting on yeild but it’s pretty high.. will buy more

  3. DANNY NOEL (verified owner)

    First time growing this strain. But it’s a good one. Love the way this looks. Beautiful plant. Can’t say how it smells, tastes or smokes yet, but will soon. still happening. Reminds me of the hash plant I use to grow years ago give another review later on. Nine seeds, 8 popped.
    Later from KY.

  4. Connor Collins

    Not sure I got the stars to work right, but I give 5/5. Been growing this strain for 2 years now, inside so I don’t let them get too tall. Love the pain relief effects.

  5. Hickory smoke

    I’ve grown deep chunk for years about 12 in the Colorado desert this plant does amazing I got the Rev deep chunk seeds and have grown them for 2 years . They are just like the Originals deep Indica genetics narcotic effects easy plants to grow if you know what you doing you can get a tremendous yield if you don’t know what you’re doing you get a great yield I will be buying some more seeds from the Kos soon I give them five stars

  6. DudeThatSweet (verified owner)

    Dropped five (tiny) seeds in water Jan 13, 22. All five popped and were planted as DC1 thru DC5. Grew them out 100 days TLO style before switch. I was hoping for a resinous male and ended with five females.
    DC1 is a different phenotype than the others. Its leaves are a bit longer and more narrow and wasn’t as aggressive during veg as the others; but yielded very well and had a piney smell on top of the stank.
    During flower of the seed plants it got too hot one day and heat stress caused DC1 and DC2 to throw a banana or two each. They had the strongest smell, resin output and largest weight so their clones were kept.
    The clones did not throw any bananas so I’m pretty sure I caused the early episode. Normal temps in my grow are about 72, that day the garden hit 100 for an hour or more.

    These were hearty plants, very easy to grow and only got cranky if I didn’t add Cal mag for a few water cycles. (I use RO)
    I’ll be keeping a clone of DC2 around, she is very resinous, shows aggressive growth, large yield and has a stank that will likely pair well with a haze.
    Five stars.

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