Banana Kush Autoflowering Characteristics
This 60% indica dominant strain contains genetic contents from its Haze parent. This flavorful strain is essential when used on any occasion. This hybrid contains flowers that can grow trichomes covered with sugar-dense foliage. It can yield up to 500 grams of buds within 9 weeks of cultivation. When grown indoors/outdoors it is possible to gain your bountiful harvest. It can also fight some plant infestations that can lead to its unhealthy structure.
Banana Kush Autoflowering Effects
The effects that Banana Kush can offer are powerful that came from its indica genes. A body high that makes you energetic, was derived from its Kush genes. This strain can give you a warm feeling as you relax from stress. After several puffs, this strain can lift you higher. The scent of this strain is more earthy, sweet and the same as a tropical fruit banana. The flavor is also the same, sweet and fruity, just make sure you don’t consume too much because it can literally give you a dry mouth and eyes.
What Growers Need To Know About Banana Kush Autoflowering Seeds
It is important to obtain enough knowledge about growing this strain. The vegetative growth of Banana Kush is vigorous and reliable to the grower. There are plants that can develop thick stems and curvy branches close to each other. When it comes to its blooming stage, the strain usually enhances its height by above average. During the first week upon cultivation, it slowly grows upward as the buds form. It just needs 9 weeks to reach its flowering phase. Take note that this strain is resistant to several plant diseases.
Banana Kush Autoflowering Strain Specifications
|Type :||Indica dominant|
|Yield :||Above Average|
|Flowering :||8-9 weeks|
|Stone :||Relaxing, Calming|
|THC level :||Above Average|
Mikkel Lund –
This will be my favorite now among strains I grow. One of the best characteristics of it was, fast grower, good potency, and very beautiful smell of it. I love the melody hit and how this relax me. Such a good plant for me. Thanks!