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KING'S KUSH X RUDERALIS AUTO STRAIN

KING'S KUSH X RUDERALIS AUTO STRAIN

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KING’S KUSH AUTO (FEMINISED)

King's Kush x Ruderalis
Description:
40%  SATIVA  -  40%  INDICA  -  20%  RUDERALIS  


THC:  20,10%  CBD:  0,84%   CBN:  0,27% 

GENETICS
King's Kush x Ruderalis.

EFFECTS
A typical kush body-stoned effect, long lasting.

FLOWERING INDOOR
7 weeks flowering time with a yield up to 600 gr/m2.
Can be flowered at any photoperiod between 12 and 18 hours of light per day.
9 weeks total crop time.

FLOWERING OUTDOOR
7 weeks flowering time with a production up to 70-80 gr/plant.
Short plant, small branching. 80-90 cm. total height.
Can be flowered anytime of the year provided temperature stays above 10° C.

DESCRIPTION
This autoflowering version of our King's Kush, born from a cross of OG Kush and Grape, this is still one of our best genetics in terms of flavour, production and resistance. This Kush is full of flavour and has a super-strong Indica effect. 

The THC level is around 20%, making this strain a true hitter. The OG Kush contributes its characteristic mental high, which will continue with the nice body high of the Grape. It’s a perfect strain to be consumed at night, or during those times when you're looking for a heavy, long-lasting effect. The flavour is acidic/lemony and hearty. Closer to the OG Kush’s one. A very pleasant smoke. The most expressed terpenes are α -Pinene, Limonene and α -Humulene.

It’s a beautiful medium-sized plant, compact and with good number of branches. It has a long internodal space characteristic of OG Kush. When grown indoors, this plant will complete the flowering cycle in 7–8 weeks, with a production of 500g/m2. Outdoors, is easy to manage, with an average height of 70–80 cm and production of up to 90g/plant. The flowers are medium-sized and very dense and grow on long branches. The trichome production is very high both indoors and outdoors. 

Some flowers will eventually turn a bit purple under the right conditions. 

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