Bad Azz Kush feminized seeds
Bad Azz Kush is a fantastic Kush with 100% Indica genetics. Her 24% THC levels, heavy yields of 700 g/m² after less than 60 days of flower make this strain everything you could want and more. Her fruity aroma, with hints of pine, pairs very well with her exquisite appearance – large, dense buds dripping in a sticky golden resin.
- Barney's Farm
- Pure stone
- Original OG x Urkel x Afghan Kusk
- 2nd on Best Indica at Amsterdam Unity Cup 2015
- 100 - 110 cm
- 700 g/m² indoors
- 55 - 60 days
- Late September
- 100% Indica
- 24 %
- 1.1 %
Bad Azz Kush: A Bad Azz Strain With 100% Indica Genetics
Bad Azz Kush is a feminized, photoperiod cannabis strain created by Barney’s Farm as a three-way cross between Original OG, Urkel and Afghan Kush – three fantastic strains each with their own unique contribution towards a strain that’s gone on to win multiple awards.
Heavy Resin Production – Fantastic For Concentrates
Growing Bad Azz Kush is easier than you might think. Her pure Indica genetic lineage gives her excellent resistance against mold and pests, partly as a result of her heavy resin production, but also due to her buds being very dense and less likely to suffer from mold-related issues. Indoor yields for this strain are 550 – 700 g/m2 after 55 – 60 days in flower, while outdoor growers can expect to bring in as much as 600 g/plant. Here is some more information to help you grow this strain:
- Medium height – Bad Azz Kush reaches a final height of 1.1 m.
- Max EC of water – 1.1 in veg, up to 1.5 in flower.
- Water pH: 5.8 – 6.0
- Recommended lighting: Veg: 300 W CFL, Flower: 600 W HPS.
- Recommended nutrients: CANNA COCO range.
Excellent For Medical Users
Her relaxing effect often comes alongside a bad case of the munchies, but Bad Azz Kush is still one of the most loved Kush strains on the Barney’s Farm catalogue. Her buds are compact and coated in a sticky layer of terpene-loaded resin making them ideal for extracting cannabis concentrates such as BHO (butane honey oil).
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