Exodus Kush is an indica dominant hybrid created by breeding Exodus Cheese (UK) x OG Kush. It makes Exodus Kush an extremely pungent strain that combines the shorter stature of Exodus Cheese and the potency of OG Kush. She is very novice friendly, flowers in 9 weeks, and is able to grow up to 550g/m² of bud. Remember, she is strong, and all about the couchlock!
|Genetics||60% indica - 40% sativa|
|Parents||Exodus Cheese (UK) x OG Kush|
|Flowering period||9 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||DNA Genetics|
Empirical evidence suggests that ganja lovers can’t get enough of Kush. Some say the impeccable dankness of Kush remains unmatched. Others say that the highs are extraordinary. There are many theories surrounding the Kush enigma, although one thing is for sure, Kush has statistically improved the cannabis experience
As the name suggests, Exodus Kush is the descendant of Exodus Cheese (UK) and OG Kush. Mixing any triviality with OG Kush would elevate the status of the hybrid, but Exodus Cheese is no triviality! Meticulous stabilizing and selection processes of Skunk generated this legend. Exodus Kush exudes such strong cheese aromas that anyone entering your grow room may end up passed out on the floor, figuratively speaking of course.
550g/m² of cheesy nugs can be expected from indoor growing facilities. She’s an easy-to-grow strain and stays relatively short. What she lacks in height, she compensates in highs. With potent THC-levels, and 60% indica dominance, very deep and relaxing feelings can be expected. Cerebral activity will sneak in, due to its Skunk heritage. With immense outdoor yields, Exodus Kush needs to be harvested by October to ensure A-grade dank.
Friends, it’s time to get cheesy and kushy. Exodus Kush will award you with lemon, fuel and cheese aromas, which may sound like a strange combination, although, experts confirm that it smells amazing!
Kush strains are basically a cornerstone of Cannabis breeding and have been used to create an almost endless list of new varieties. Read more about Kush at Zativo.