Cannalope Kush feminized seeds
Cannalope Kush is a Sativa-dominant cross between yummy Cannalope Haze and legendary OG #18. Usually testing at more than 20% THC she has yields that can go up to 800g or more. This cannabis strain is a great choice for both inexperienced and commercial growers.
- DNA Genetics
- Trippy energetic
- Cannalope Haze x The OG#18
- 500 - 600 g/m²
- 63 - 70 days
- 70% Sativa / 30% Indica
- No official information
Potent And Great Yielder
Cannalope Kush, also known as “Momma Kush” is a powerful and high yielding Sativa. Growing vigorously, with great resistance to mold and mildew, it will do great in all environments, although it does like a bit warmer climate and prefers soil to hydro. By giving her enough vegetation time and root space, growers can easily exceed 1g/W indoors or 800g per plant outdoors. It will grow medium sized, thick, dense and sticky light-green buds that usually test over 20% THC.
- Sativa dominant (70%) hybrid, a cross between Cannalope Haze and OG #18;
- Finishing flowering in 9-10 weeks indoors, end of October outdoors;
- Height: 100-150cm, both indoors and outdoors;
- 16 plants are recommended per square meter in SOG;
- Yield: 500-600 g/m2, 600-825g per plant;
- Usually testing at 21-25% THC with <1% CBD.
Cannalope Kush: Great Daily Strain
Effects are cerebral, trippy, uplifting, energetic, leaving you happy and relaxed. Flavors are earthy and sweet with woody undertones. Aromas and smells are fresh, fruity and citrusy with hints diesel and pine.
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