LaMota Seeds created SFV Kush in California’s San Fernando Valley, natch, by crossing Chemdawg, Thai, and Hindu Kush Pakistani. The strain has a strong earthy smell and lemony diesel taste, according to LaMota Seeds. Despite its indica-dominant genetics, SFV Kush grows like a sativa, requiring heavy feeding and fertilizing, according to LaMota. The plants are pest and disease resistant but need lots of space and an experienced hand to employ Sea of Green (SOG), Screen of Green (ScrOG), or super-cropping to achieve the best results. It grows well inside or outside and flowers in eight to nine weeks or mid-October, respectively. Online sources report relaxing effects that tend toward sleep-inducing.