Star Killer regular seeds

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Star Killer is an Indica-dominant hybrid with 60-70 days flowering period. This regular cannabis strain brings medium to high yields of dense solid buds that often have purplish color. Suits well for medical users as a therapy against insomnia, gastrointestinal issues as well as for pain relief.

  • Rare Dankness Seeds
  • Regular
  • Photoperiod
  • Outdoor
  • Indoor
  • Can lull even the sun
  • Skywalker OG x Rare Dankness #2
  • Medium
  • 300 - 900 g/m² indoors
  • 60 - 70 days
  • 30% Satvia / 70% Indica
  • No official information

Born to Be a Champ

The Star Killer cannabis seeds is a nice opportunity to grow first-class marijuana with excellent genetics. This amazing strain was created by Rare Dankness as a crossbred between Skywalker OG and the male plant of Rare Dankness #2. The result is an award-winning 70% Indica and 30% Satvia hybrid warmly welcomed at the High Times Cannabis Cup and at the Oregon Grower’s Cup.

The Star Killer regular strain grows well indoors and outdoors and doesn’t ask for any special growing experience to bring bountiful crops. The plants need 60-70 days to mature fully and bring medium-high yields (300-900 gr/m² depending on growing conditions). This variety is a bit bushy than other plants with OG genetics and reaches medium height usually.

  • Keep an eye on pH level – it mustn’t be too high;
  • High temperatures can cause problems so it is recommended to be attentive to temps changing;
  • The smell is very pungent – better use carbon filters!

Star Killer – Purplish Buds with Sweet Taste

Every OG lover will recognize classic aroma from the first breath – Star Killer pleases growers with delicious sweet taste with earthy and lemony hints. The effect brings relaxed happy feelings alongside with euphoric intensity. Star Killer is also widely used as a therapy against different diseases such as insomnia, gastrointestinal issues, chronic pains and chemotherapy repercussions.