Pakistan Valley is a hardy, robust plant which has good resistance to drought and medium resistance to both pests and mould. It is quite compact but it does grow many side-branches. It grows successfully indoors as well as outdoors; indoor flowering times are fast at 45 - 55 days, outdoors it will be ready for the chop in early October north of the equator. It has a powerful aroma of incense (sandalwood) during flowering and some measures may be required to nullify this. Growing guidelines suggest that this plant is not given more than 3 weeks in vegetative growth before initiating the flowering phase.
Indoors this strain will produce about 400 gr/m2 or between 500 - 600 gr/plant when cultivated outdoors. THC production has been measured at 21.2% and elevated amounts of CBD are produced although we don not have the figure for this therapeutically useful cannabinoid. The effect is very powerful, long-lasting and narcotic. Therapeutic recommendations are for pain relief, sleeping problems and stress.