We've collected strain info from 3 growers for Lemon Thai Kush. Strain Review – Lemon Thai Kush – Humboldt Seeds Organization. For those looking for a unique, marketable and productive sativa, Lemon Thai Kush is a quick flowering hybrid that runs on the heavier-budded side of Southeast Asian cannabis genetics. Lemon Thai Kush is Humboldt Seeds Organization’s version of the classic “Lemon Thai”, a mostly sativa cross between landrace Thai and Hawaiian strains. Well known for massive , thick colas that produce a twisted psychedelic high, this variety is a great option for cash-croppers.
This vigorous plant shoots up quick, often surpassing other plants in the grow room. Once entered into its flowering cycle, Lemon Thai Kush finishes in a speedy 8 weeks time. Lemon Thai Kush plants grow similar to the famous SSH (Super Silver Haze) but flower in less time. Flowering Time 65 – 70 days Yield Indoors: 350 – 500 gr/m2; Outdoors: 2 – 3 kg/plant Mold Resistance. 👇 Buy Lemon Thai Kush Seeds (HSO version) Effects of Lemon Thai Kush. Kush, being one of the most popular varieties of medical cannabis is a hard-hitting indica known for its relaxing and dizzying effects.
Lemon Thai comes from SE Asian varieties of cannabis, known for the psychedelic effects they give when used. Many describe the effect akin to a mushroom-like feeling. Lemon Thai Kush is a good strain that has the best of both worlds – sativa and indica. Combined with the brute force of a hard-hitting indica, Kush, this hybrid Lemon Thai Kush offers a balanced effect of psychoactive and body highs. Thai, Lao, Cambodian, Khmer, Malaysian and Vietnamese sativa strains share a common thread and contrast with indica. These effects create a visual, clear-headed feeling without munchies or couchlock. Nevertheless, Lemon Thai Kush may be too intense for some. Lemon Thai Kush is a high-yielding strain, growing into a tree stature over its 8 week flowering cycle. The colas grow incredibly wide as you approach harvest. Some key features of this strain: Easy-to-grow and productive (350-500 g/m2, big plants outdoors) 16-20% THC content Grows well indoors or outdoors. Mostly sativa dominant phenos, with some indica-dominance showing up Harvest around September in the northern hemisphere. Lemon Thai Kush buds hold up exceptionally well to mold problems, due to their humid climate genetics. Outdoor growers know how devastating the dreaded blue/grey mold Botrytis cinerea can be. Lemon Thai Kush is also resistant to powdery mildew . (If you’re struggling to fight powdery mildew, you can do it organically! Check out this- Powdery Mildew Organic Remedies ) Strains with SE Asian genetics tend to handle damage by rotting slowly, instead of being susceptible to mold. Compare this to some Afghani genetics that will quickly become infected with blue mold, spreading through the plant within mere hours. Combine the desirable effects of SE-Asian sativa with the strength and quick flowering of Kush and you have an easy-to-grow fast-flowering 8 week plant and you have a clear champion of the garden. This is an extremely fragrant strain with a strong head high combined with a fair amount of indica punch. Lemon Thai Kush is recommended to all growers, indoor and outdoor, looking to try a Southeast Asian sativa that can be high-yielding, flavorful, and quicker finishing. Buy Lemon Thai Kush Seeds🌱 Disclaimer: We do not promote or undertake in illegal activites. Check your federal and state/county laws before buying seeds online. The Girl Scout Cookies variety is bona fide high-quality marijuana. It is without a doubt the best Californian strain of all time. Currently Girl Scout Cookies has a large number of fans throughout the United States West Coast, and is going strong in Europe, Eastern Europe and Asia.
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