Buddha Purple Kush Auto Flowering Strain Offers An Intense and Unforgettable Experience
The Purple Kush auto flowering strain is the prettiest plant in terms of appearance, smell and taste. The plant grows intense, purple buds creating a striking contrast with the orange hair. The fragrance of ILGM purple kush is so tempting and unforgettable.
Auto flowering Purple Kush is the baby of the Buddha Seed Company. It is a fusion of an unknown Ruderralis strain and original Purple Kush. The original Purple Kush was a cross of Hindu Kush and Purple Afghani. So, this auto flowering strain variety has plenty of Indica traits like bushy branches, short height and dense buds.
Purple Kush was intended to gain the best from both of its parents. Original Purple Kush is popular for its photosensitive strains while Ruderalis has a genetic auto flowering framework which does not need light cycle changes for starting the flowering process. However, the potency of auto flowering Purple Kush is a little less than the original predecessors but is easy to grow and offers a great smoking experience.
How to Grow Auto Flowering Purple Kush?
Indica-dominant Ruderalis marijuana is a strong plant capable of handling extensive humidity, temperature and pH fluctuations. These genetic traits are found in auto flowering Purple Kush, so novice growers who often make errors will certainly not be able to kill the plant. As it is an Indica-dominant strain the plants height is small, approximately 30 cm – 60 cm.
This means a small scale crop can be grown using the LST method to decrease the height even more. They can easily grow a horizontal bushy plant of 20 cm to 30 cm in height.
As the Purple Kush strain includes Indica and ruderalis genetics, feed them with ½ or ¼ strength nutrients, just once. Small plants have a root mass that is also small. Overfeeding becomes easy, which can cause deficiency, bad illness or deficiency in the plant. Watering needs to be in check as the plants are small and need less water to thrive. Purple Kush auto can be grown under any light sources and even outdoors. Its lifespan and flowering period is short, so the buds will be produced and finished in any growing conditions.
The growing process is similar to other strains but is short and the plants can be grown stealthily in small spaces either indoors or outdoors. Buddha Purple Kush auto flowering seed is a perfect option for stealth grow operations.
Harvest and Yield
Auto flowering Purple Kush can be harvested approximately 65 – 75 days from the day you plant the seeds. Every two months you get tasty buds. It means multiple harvest rotations in a year. As its lifespan is short the yield is 20 to 30 gm per plant. Even if the average yield is not that big dried bud mass is sufficient to enjoy self-medication or with friends till the next harvest.
Harvest procedure is straightforward but due to its dense buds and small size removing small leaves from buds prior dangling them to dry is hard.
Aroma and Smoke
Bag of auto flowering Purple Kush looks appealing. When the bag of cured buds is opened you get a whiff of grape and citrus with a hint of honey. The smell is not dominant but can be picked up indoors if a filtering system is not used while growing the plants. Smoke of Indica-dominant strains hits the body high.
If you inhale and your body gets couch locked after a few minutes you might feel mentally energetic and active. Sounds funny, but it can be the Sativa traits, which has been passed on in the cross-breeds from the original strain. The smoke can be a little harsh for some because of its Indica dominant characteristic.
Benefits of auto flowering Purple Kush are many like being easy and fast to grow, less effort, perfect for indoors, multiple harvests in a year and its unique, passionate and unforgettable fragrance. You need to try it at least once!
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