Killer Kush F1 Fast Version
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Sweet Seeds presents Killer Kush F1 Fast Version, an OG Kush hybrid with a fast and abundant flowering, now available in Alchima.
The OG Kush variety appeared in the mid-90s in the West Coast of the United States, and thanks to its unique and complex fragrance and its powerful effect this strain has gained popularity day by day, to become one of the most appreciated and internationally grown marijuana genetics.
Sweet Seeds wanted to create a different and original OG Kush genetics, so they decided to cross it with a 3rd generation auto flowering cannabis strain of Indica dominance and, creating a suitable strain for their range of fast flowering varieties (F1 Fast Version).
The obtained result, called Killer Kush, offers vigorous plants that generate large buds covered with very aromatic resin, reaching maturity after only 7 weeks of flowering, producing a yield of 400-600 gr/m2.
Killer Kush has an intense flavor, with sugar and acid citrus tones, which are accompanied by a exotic smell that remind us of the Chemdog / Diesel genetics .
Killer Kush F1 Fast Version features:
- Genetics: OG Kush x auto flowering variety
- Type: feminized
- Indica / Sativa: 80% / 20%
- Indoor Production: 400-600 gr/m2
- Outdoor Production: 350-600 gr/plant
- Indoor Flowering: 7 weeks
- Outdoor Harvest: Early September.
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Opinions about Killer Kush F1 Fast Version and questions
Hi D Craig,
What can I say? I completely agree with you. It is a shame that nowadays most "breeding" should be simply called seed producing. To find stable strains is getting harder and harder, mainly because most breeders are just crossing hybrids with hybrids and selling their F1's. My personal advice, from grower to grower: grow the strains you know they work well, and do not grow anything "new" unless you have good references from trusted growers. I'm basically a clone grower mate, mainly because I've also thrown away lots of money with "top seeds". 90% of the seeds I pop, I've produced them myself. Hermaphroditism can also be a problem with all these new American hybrids, since some of them actually come from plants with monoecious traits. But, again, some breeders out there do not care about it, or do not even warn the client about the genetics he's purchasing.
Let's hope one day people will be willing to grow stable, trustable strains just like we were doing 20 years ago!