Orange Bud feminized seeds
Orange Bud is a feminized photoperiod cannabis strain brought to you by Dutch Passion Seeds who inter-bred a hand-selected 100% Skunk strain back in the 1980s to give rise to an instant classic. This plant is all you could ask for – a Sativa-dominant high performer.
- Dutch Passion
- Mild stress killer
- Skunk genetics
- 400 - 500 g/m²
- 53 days
- Late October
- Sativa dominant
- 22 - 26 %
Flowers in 7.5 Weeks!
Dutch Passion Seeds are famous worldwide, recently this has been for their high-quality hybrid crosses, but traditionally they have been a symbol of exceptional Skunk - Skunk #1, Euforia and Ultra Skunk to name a few. Orange Bud is no different – this Skunk strain is heavy yielding due to her numerous dense flowers that will grow well both indoors and outdoors.
The breeder recommends growing this strain in a ‘sea of green’ arrangement to make the most of your space and maximize your harvest. In addition to her rapid flowering abilities – less than 8 weeks – she has excellent resin production, making her an excellent crop for those interested in making extracts.
- Recommended light schedule – veg: 18/6, flower: 12/12
- HPS or LED lighting – 600 W
- Max EC of water – veg: 1.6, flower: 2.0
- Water pH – 5.8 – 6.2.
- SoG arrangement.
- Suitable for all growers.
- Excellent for extracts (22-26% THC levels).
Citrus Terpene Profile
This strain smells and tastes exactly how it sounds – when her buds are cracked open, a pungent undeniably citrus smell fills the room. Her effects are primarily cerebral with some body relaxation, and with a milder 16.5% THC, this strain is ideal for those looking to minimize anxiety.
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