We've collected strain info from 10 growers for Early Skunk, check out the reviews about the indoor and outdoor grow here. Early Skunk info: Genetics: Skunk # 1 x Early Pearl Genotype: 60% indica - 40% sativa Taste and smell: Skunk, piccanti nuances, matura and spicy frutta Effect: Pleasant, relaxing, psychoactive, concentration Flowering: 55-65 days Outdoor harvest: Mid September Indoor yield: High Outdoor yield: High THC: Medium. 3 семена 22.00€ 5 семена 35.00€ 10 семена 66.00€ 25 семена 145.00€ Early Skunk Genetics.
Ultra-fast Skunk genetics Ideal for beginners High production Social and fun effect. From the moment it started being commercialized as cannabis seeds, Skunk #1 revolutioned the market at a global level both for growers and consumers, creating a turning point in the industry. Sensi Seeds soon bred a particularly fast version intended for outdoor growers, by crossing their own Skunk #1 with another unique plant: Early Pearl. Thanks to its nature, Early Skunk is very easy to grow and ideal for the outdoor grower new to the fanscinating world of homegrowing. If Skunk #1 was already resistant to pests and adverse conditions, its quick version makes it even easier to grow, since this plant’s early flowering will save you the dreaded autumn rains. This strain grows vigorously and develops plenty of branches and amazing yields, a legacy from the Skunk side of the equation.
These traits are combined with Early Pearl's short flowering time and hardiness, in one plant with perfect genes for growers who need reliable, trouble-free and really fast crops. Preserving the traits that have made the Skunk one of the most cultivated strains in cannabis history, Early Skunk is the ideal choice for outdoor growing. Although the flowering time of the Skunk #1 has been shortened by about two weeks (it will be ready during the second half of September), its great bud production and structure are left virtually intact; and it also maintains the distinctive aroma. The taste of Skunk #1 is complex and very intense, something that is also evident in the Early Skunk, overrided by hot and spicy notes and hints of ripe fruit. A unique and very characteristic taste that makes you feel as if you could chew the smoke. The high is also typical of the best Skunks, pleasant and enveloping, relaxing and psychoactive at the same time , and certainly very intense. Ideal for extended tasting sessions with friends, or to enjoy a good movie or a long walk. Вопрос-ответ (0) На данный момент нет комментариев или вопросов о Early Skunk. All you need is a nice open space that gets lots of light, a water supply, good soil, and a way to cover the plants when the weather turns. One of the most important things to know is that cannabis is dependent on a photoperiod, meaning that it changes from the vegetative to flowering stage when days start to shorten and nights get longer. You want to time things right so your plants can maximize their exposure to light during the summer before fall sets in. How to grow marijuana outdoors: a beginner’s guide. Growing and harvest times here reflect ranges of time in the Northern Hemisphere . For more growing tips on specific regions, check out this guide on different climates. On the West Coast of North America, cannabis farmers in Northern California have a long season: They can put plants outside early and harvest later into the season because of the region’s relatively warm weather. Washington state, on the other hand, will have a shorter time frame, as plants can’t be put outside until later in the season because there’s not enough sunlight yet. Harvest needs to be completed earlier, before cold weather descends on buds and makes them wet and moldy. How to Prep Your Home Cannabis Garden for the Outdoor Season. The Spring Equinox is a good reminder that it’s time to kick off the outdoor growing process and start germinating your seeds. As the sun reaches up high in the sky, your cannabis will want to as well. Make sure all of your plants are outside by the Summer Solstice . The weather will start to turn and the sun will begin descending in the sky as your plants fatten up with sweet, sticky buds.
It might be tempting, but wait until around the Fall Equinox to start harvesting. Everything should be cleaned up, dried, and curing well before the Winter Solstice .
Now’s a good time to make your own cannabutter, topicals, or tinctures with all that trim from the harvest. Kick your feet up, relax, and hunker down for the cold, it’s been a long growing season! What to do with cannabis stalks, leaves, & stems from harvest.