The highest flower to leaf ratio of any strain we’ve come across, this one will also delight you come trimming time. Yield: highest 650-1350g / 1000W Flowering time: 70 days Growth stature: Tall. Vigorous growth throughout both vegetative and flowering cycle. Does not like to be trained laterally, so put her in early or make sure to hack her back quite a bit before flowering if you have height restrictions. Nugget type and density: Think about the biggest nuggets you’ve ever seen… then think bigger… then think even bigger.
The density of these nuggets is the thing of legend as well, nearly twice the weight of a comparably sized nugget from just about any other strain. Unique strain traits and oddities of mother: Rock hard softball sized nuggets Monster yields. Why we chose her: If there’s one thing we like better than a bunch of weed, it’s having even more weed. No other strain we’ve ever seen has come even close to the yields possible with this one. Traits to look for in ideal phenotype: Desired traits from mother Astronomic yield Super dense nuggets Vigorous growth High resin production High potency Disease resistance Stability, consistency, and repeatability High medicinal value Desired traits from pollen donor (LA Confidential) Manageable height Tight dense buds Short flowering period High resin production High potency Disease resistance Stability, consistency, and repeatability High medicinal value. Undesirable traits potentially inherited from parents Lower than average yield (LA Confidential) Slow vegetative growth (LA Confidential) Mammoth cannabis strain. Blue Mammoth is the crossing of a Blueberry Skunk crossed with our own Lowryder #1, to give a dependable and all-round performer.
This is one of our top autoflowering strains for connoisseurs and home growers. The Blue Mammoth switches from the vegetation stage through to flowering in 35 days, and yields up to 150 grams per plant in just 75 days. This plant is seriously easy to grow, giving a serene relaxing effect through an amazing Blueberry Indica flavour. Type Feminised Photoperiod Autoflowering Cultivation Indoor/outdoor Genetics Blueberry Skunk x Lowryder #1 Effect Serene and relaxing effect Indoor Yield (g) 650 gr/m² Autoflowering Harvest Time From Seed (days) 70 - 75 CBD % 1.8% CBD/THC Ratio 3.2 : 20 - 3.6 : 28 THC % 14% Height (cm) 100/120cm Height Indoor (cm) 120cm Indica % 80% Sativa % 20% Medical No Taste Amazing Blueberry Indica flavour. The parlance of pot is chock-full of terms that are used to describe the various aromas created by cannabis. Marijuana can be piney, earthy, gassy, spicey, or exude a veritable fruit basket of odors including: banana, melon, orange, lemon, tangerine, and more. And while most of these fragrances are considered pleasing by most, one scent in particular, skunk, has a decidedly unpleasant connotation. The variety of smells found in cannabis are largely produced by terpenes, a class of aromatic chemicals found in many plants and even some insects. More than 20,000 different terpenes have been identified, making them the largest category of plant compounds discovered. At least 200 different terps have been found in cannabis, although only a handful are the most dominant. Pinene can give pot a pine-like fragrance, while caryophyllene is peppery. Limonene has a citrusy scent and terpinolene is fruity. Myrcene, the most prevalent cannabis terpene, is earthy or musky, a trait that is partly responsible for the skunky funk of some strains. Some less common terpenes, however, give off the odor of a different class of chemicals known as thiols. These compounds have a sulfurous smell that can be reminiscent of rotten eggs, fuel, or even farts. Thiols are also responsible for the unique and very recognizable stench of skunk spray, a defense mechanism that can help keep the animal safe from predators. Strains of cannabis with terpenes that have an aroma similar to these thiols are often referred to as skunky or skunk weed . There are many strains of cannabis that express the skunky smell of these terpenes. Skunk weed varietals got their start in the 1970s with the introduction of Skunk #1 by Sacred Seeds, a group of breeders in Northern California led by David Watson, also known as Sam the Skunkman. Skunk #1 is a cross of short, bushy Pakistani and Afghani varietals cultivated for hash, and tropical strains from Asia and South and Central America. Watson was one of the first breeders who recognized that, while THC was the component of cannabis mainly responsible for the high it imparts, terpenes were also important and could intensify and modify the plant's psychoactive effects through the entourage effect. As a result, when evaluating breeding stock for his next cross, Sam the Skunkman often let the aroma of these potential parents be his guide. Gallery — Cannabis Up-Close and Personal: Besides their inherent skunkiness, the flowers of Skunk #1 also impart musky and earthy aromas with subtle floral and fruity notes, while the flavor of the strain is generally woodsy, sweet, and fruity.
The clear-headed high of this original skunk weed can be somewhat euphoric, heighten creativity, and relieve stress.
Medical marijuana patients have reported success using the strain to treat pain, asthma, glaucoma, stress, nausea, vomiting, and as an appetite stimulant. The success of Skunk #1 made it an ideal strain to breed with other plants in order to create different varieties of skunk weed. After serving a stint in prison and being released in 1982, Watson moved to the Netherlands, taking several kilos of seeds with him. He then resumed his breeding career, and started the seed company Cultivator’s Choice in Amsterdam.