Skunk, Auto (Feminized)30% SATIVA - 60% INDICA - 10% RUDERALIS
Skunk x Ruderalis.
90-120 cm total height. Large, tall plant with internodes averaging between 8 and 12 cm.
Strong high, with a clear side and a more introspective one.
Very particular taste, sweet and complex.
7 weeks flowering time with a yield up to 0.8 gram (dry and manicured) per watt per m2 (with 1000W HPS).
9 weeks total crop time. Can be flowered at any photoperiod between 12 and 18 hours of light per day.
7 weeks flowering time with a production up to 80-100 grams/plant.
Very vigorous plant, long branching.
Skunky flavor with notes of summer flowers and blossoms, it has a very characteristic taste.
A very complex blend of earthy-mossy aromas, mixed with summer flowers and blossoms. Reminds of rose and lilac.
What the dried bud/crumbled bud looks like: light green, with yellow hues, large calyxes.
WHAT THE DRIED BUD/CRUMBLED BUD LOOKS LIKE
Light green, with yellow hues, large calyxes.
SPEED OF HIGH ONSET
DURATION OF HIGH
QUALITY/TYPE OF HIGH
Strong, long lasting, cerebral and body-like.
The Skunk Autoflowering is an old-school Skunk crossed with a pure Ruderalis from Kazakstan.
The result is an outstandingly performing autoflowering, with extreme vigour and great production up to 80-100 grams of dried material per plant.
The structure of the Skunk Autoflowering is branchy, withmedium to large internodes.
It is a medium-tall autoflowering, and it performs best when the plantsare allowed to reach 90-120 cm of height.
The Skunk Autoflowering stretches fast during the first two weeks of growth, developing strong branches and lush foliage.
The leaves are dark green, thick, with overlapping leaflets.
The Skunk Autoflowering is ready in 9 weeks total crop time, with a flowering time of approximately 7 weeks.
The aroma and flavor are very intense with a dominant earthy smell and a caramelized background.
All the intense notes present in the aroma are translating very well after combustion.
The Skunk Autoflowering can take high EC levels, up to 2.0 during flowering.
The plant is very robust, and does not suffer hot temperatures up to 30 degrees Celsius.
The buds are slow to form during the first weeks of flowering, but develop very rapidly during the last few weeks,
allowing growers to chose the ripeness of their harvest within a short time period at the end of the crop.
The effect is fast hitting, intense, with a cerebral high followed by a mellow but long-lasting bodystoned side.
The complexity of the effect is very similar to the original Skunk.
The medicinal effects of this strain are still to be evaluated.