Big Bud feminized seeds
Big Bud cannabis strain by Vision Seeds is a reputable high yielder of medicinal and recreational use. This 1989 Cannabis Cup award winner is a potent painkiller that can also stimulate tactile sensations. With a taste of citrus, Skunk, and spice, this Indica-dominant baby is undoubtedly the kind of strain to enjoy after a long day.
- Vision Seeds
- Northern Lights #1 x Skunk #1
- 120 cm indoors150 cm outdoors
- 450 g/m² indoors550 g/plant outdoors
- 63 days
- 40% Sativa / 60% Indica
- 16 %
Big Bud by Vision Seeds - Greatly Budded Boss Yielder
Big Bud is an Indica-dominant feminized strain that bags double honors as arguably the world largest commercial strain and a renowned enormous yielder. The popular lady is a hybrid from Northern Light 1 and Skunk 1 cannabis strain crossed to produce a medium-height, fast-flowering and easy-to-grow strain of long-lasting effect. She also has her THC level averaged at 20% making it a genius healer.
As her name connotes, Big Bud possesses densely resinous buds, as well as short distance between nodes. The beautiful girl also appears in a vigorous Christmas-tree shape bearing long leaves and heavy branches that may need your help in times of blossom. She performs well in all cultivation techniques and makes a perfect choice for all types of growers.
Big Bud is composed of and can produce as large as 1200g and a height of 150cm when cultivated under a mild outdoor climate. Indoor breeders should also expect 500g of yield and a height of 120cm.
- Requires extra support for her heavy branches during the last stage of flowering;
- A very suitable commercial choice of overall impressive growth;
- Fast-flowering strain with excellent resistance to fungal attacks.
Medicine that Nature Intended
The gigantic lady emits the aroma of Skunk and spices that leave some notes of citrus fruits for the taste buds to enjoy. Her influence is potent to the mind, and body. She possesses long-lasting effects capable of keeping you relaxed as a possible treatment for common ailments like lack of appetite, insomnia, anxiety, and stress.