This tasty variety needs 9 weeks of flowering time to produce up to 800 g/m². A long-lasting, narcotic effect allows the usage in pain therapy. If you are planning your next SOG or SCROG, this is a strain you can consider. Outdoors, it finishes by the first week of October and production can reach up to 1000g/plant, under ideal conditions. A short, sturdy plant with lots of vitality.
|Parents||Bubble Gum x Kush|
|Flowering period||9 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||Early October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Greenhouse Seeds|
This strain guys is so classic, your grandparents may tell you legends about it. Bubba Kush has been passed around in smoke circles for decades now. Greenhouse Seeds created an amazing hybrid of Bubble Gum and Kush. This combination created an 80% indica-dominant strain, which induces long-lasting relaxed and narcotic highs. Have you ever flown on a magic carpet, exploring the world from above? If not, have a toke, Bubba Kush will be your travel agent.
Bubba Kush won the 1st prize during the Treating Yourself Medical Cup 2010. It comes as no surprise, considering its amazing quality and incredible aromas. With medium THC and CBD levels, this strain is considered as medicinal.
Outdoors, one can expect Bubba Kush to develop around 1000g/plant! That will definitely do folks! Indoor growers will receive about 800g/m². This cultivar becomes quite short and bushy. It’s renowned for its strong growth. Beginner growers should start with Bubba Kush, as it’s a forgiving strain. If you’re into SoG and ScrOG methods, Bubba Kush will feel right at home.
Once the plants begin to flower, the colors are absolutely spectacular. Purple nugs with red shades, covered in a sea of milky crystals, which illuminate the orange hairs and green sugar leaves. Basically, it’s a rainbow, delivering dank treasure at its limits.
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