Gypsy Kush feminized seeds
Gypsy Kush aka Faraona is a characteristically stable variety, and if you grow a few seeds at the same time, you will see that they look like clones among them. One of its genetics is the famous Rosetta Stone, a big producer of compact flowers and abundant harvests.
- Kannabia Seeds (Spain)
- A swirl of high and stone
- Black Domina x Afghan x Ginger Ale
- 1st Hash, Lift Expo Vancouver 2016 1st Best in Show, Lift Expo Vancouver 2016
- 200 cm outdoors
- 400 g/m² indoors 200 g/plant outdoors
- 58 - 62 days
- Early October
- Sativa/Indica hybrid
- 16 %
Kannabia Gypsy Kush aka Faraona Feminised Seeds Info
You must know that Gypsy Kush is a strong and tough plant. Easy to grow, it endures all sorts of plagues and cultivation systems, optimizing its potential if you keep the EC under 2.2 during the flowering period. It has a classic structure with a fir shape. Outdoors, lower branches reach a considerable size and produce a great amount of flowers, developing compact and resinous buds. The effect is mostly relaxing, although it also causes short euphoric moments, resulting in instants of‘hysterical laughter’. Gypsy Kush psychoactive levels THC are pretty high too and can lead to psychedelic effects.
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