Growing Skunk #1
Skunk #1 has an average yield of around 500g/m² from which the buds are easy to trim. She loves organic topsoil and nutrients, but she also likes hydroponics or coco.
In a greenhouse or in a heated polytunnel that is sufficiently ventilated, this lady can become a giant of up to 3 to 4m high and at least as wide. A harvest of one kilo per plant is no exception. Enough sunlight, large pots or full soil and this lady will certainly show you what her potential is.
How long does it take for Skunk #1 to bloom
The average flowering time of Skunk #1 is approximately 9 weeks or 60 to 65 days. If the conditions are less favourable, it will take a little longer. In the last weeks of the flowering period you will notice that beautiful flowers appear that quickly become very thick.
If you grow her outside and if you are unlucky with the weather, your plant will not be ready for harvest in time. Also make sure that it is well sheltered when it rains and keep an eye on tops for bud rot and/or fungi.
In a greenhouse, this lady grows to a really gigantic size, but you really need to ventilate very well.
Flavour of Skunk #1
The ‘up high’ that Skunk #1® induces is accompanied by a spicy sweet smell, sour notes and, to a subtle degree, spice mixed with earth.
As far as the taste is concerned, you can call her both sweet and fruity.
Of course she also has her “Skunky” character, something her name already suggests. Some people think she smells like a skunk, others like cat urine, but a lot of people love this strain.
Effects of Skunk #1
The effect of Skunk #1 is somewhere between a head high and a body high. It is a purebred hybrid high that hits quickly like a bomb and lasts for a long time. The mental effect gives an energetic buzz with a euphoric twist when smoking or vaping.
It makes being creative a lot more fun and your stress really disappears like snow in the sun. You can also better focus on what you are doing and therefore works great for an evening of gaming. Definitely don’t smoke Skunk #1 before going to bed, but rather to enjoy music or to enjoy nature.