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Lemon Skunk from DNA Genetics Seed bank is a marijuana strain , crossing of two Skunks selected for their organoleptic traits of which highlights lemon.
Skunk's mother plant which was used for this cannabis hybrid is the same since 20 years ago which was exported from Las Vegas to be crossed with a Skunk male plant selected in Holland. The result is an excellent Skunk genetics with a superb lemony flavour and smell.
The Skunk male plant was given by Eddie which is one of the owners of the oldest Seed Bank in the Netherlands. This wanted male has been used for many years in the creation of new first class cannabis hybrids.
This is a marijuana plant of tall size, it has great vigour in it's growth adopting a bush form with long, fine dark green leaves.
During the flowering we can see how this beautiful lady creates very compact, extremely resinous buds that can be harvested in just 50-56 days. The taste and smell are sweet with a clear lemony essence suitable for the most demanding palates.
At the end of flowering it can be seen on the buds light green tones which comes in contrast with the orange tones of the stigmas, being a beauty at visual level.
It should be noted of Lemon Skunk its great yield of large and colorful buds because its large size and the multitude of branches makes that it can potentially produce 400-500 gr/m2 grown indoors and 500 gr per plant on outdoor growing.
Lemon Skunk has won various internationally renowned Cannabis Competitions such as, 1st indoor Hydro Spannabi s, 1st Outdoor on 2007 HighLife Cup , 2nd on 2008 IC420 Breeders Cup and Top 10 in the Hightimes 2009.
Features of Lemon Skunk from DNA Genetics:
- Genetics: Skunk x Skunk
- Indoor yield. 500 g/m2
- Outdoor yield: 500 gr per plant
- THC level: High
- Flowering time on indoor 50-56 days
- Harvest time on outdoor: Early October
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