Lemon Kush feminized seeds
Lemon Kush has the genetics of Kush and Lowryder and traces its line back to the Hindu Kush mountain range in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Leaning heavily towards its Indica genes, it produces a strong uplifting effect and cerebral stimulation for which it is much appreciated by medical users.
- Female Seeds (Netherlands)
- Medicinal rush
- Kush (Hindu Kush mountains) x Lowryder
- 80 - 120 cm indoors100 - 200 cm outdoors
- 300 g/m² indoors100 - 1000 g/plant outdoors
- 56 - 70 days
- Late September
- Indica dominant
- 19 - 21 %
- 0.2 - 1 %
A Choice of Three Easy-to-Grow Beauties
Lemon Kush has three variations of phenotypes; compact and fat as an Indica-dominant with a fast-flowering period, tall and stretchy Sativa-dominant type that is also fast flowering, and a final phenotype that is a mix between these two, long and stretchy from the Sativa effect but slow-flowering.
- Pruning: prune from an early stage, once plant begins to get bushy.
- Yields: indoors 450-500g/m², and 100-1000g/plant outdoors.
- Harvest time: end of September for outdoors.
Soar to New Heights with Lemon Kush
Lemon Kush has a sweet citrus aroma and a fresh lemon fragrance. Its effect on the body includes the feeling of being uplifted and the cerebral Sativa effect will leave you with a head high and relaxing body stone. One becomes giggly and sociable.
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