Critical x OG Kush! Critical Kush is an incredible popular strain from Royal Queen Seeds. This strain is rich in THC, medium-sized, and generously heavy-yielding. Flowering period is short: 55-60 days. Excellent yields for its medium height: 500-550 g/m². The effect is rather relaxing, tension and stress reducing, making this an excellent sleeping aid.
|Genetics||80% indica - 20% sativa|
|Parents||Critical x OG Kush|
|Flowering period||55-60 days|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||End of September|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Royal Queen Seeds|
The genetics of this extremely popular strain span back to Critical Mass and OG Kush, which are legends on their own. OG Kush is a Californian strain with roots in the Hindu Kush mountains, which brought forth our most beloved indicas. Critical Mass includes Afghani and skunky genes, which have been enjoyed by countless cannabis fanatics.
This 80% indica-dominant cultivar, will make you feel relaxed but functional enough to perform your daily tasks. It delivers that post-meditation feeling. If you wish to fall asleep, Critical Kush is perfect for you; take a couple of hits, and drift off to Dreamland.
Indoor growers will embrace the final product with a big smile. The yields amount to 500-550g/m² and the heights reach 60-100cm. It’s a beautiful short plant that delivers up to 20% THC! Growing Critical Kush outdoors is fantastic, with a height of 100-140cm and yields of up to 550g/plant. Make sure to harvest by the end of September.
If you're looking for a fast turnaround, Critical Kush flowers between 55-60 days, which is a really short timespan considering the yields and the dank that it produces. If you wish to enter the ganja growers club, you must put Critical Kush on your CV, there’s no question about it. You will enjoy the yields and the amazing body high that Critical Kush provides.
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