What Is Skunk Strain?
The Skunk strain is a powerful and productive strain created by crossing an old-school Skunk with a pure Ruderalis from Kazakstan. This autoflowering strain is known for its extreme vigor and excellent production, with each plant capable of producing up to 80-100 grams of dried material. The plant has a branchy structure with medium to large internodes and reaches a medium-tall height of 90-120 cm. During the first two weeks of growth, the Skunk strain stretches fast and develops solid branches and lush foliage. The dark green leaves are thick, with overlapping leaflets that give the plant a healthy appearance.
While the buds are slow to form during the first weeks of flowering, they develop rapidly during the last few weeks, allowing growers to choose the ripeness of their harvest within a short period at the end of the crop. With its outstanding performance, great production, and intense flavor and aroma, the Skunk strain is an excellent choice for any cannabis grower looking for a high-quality autoflowering strain.
The fragrance is a sophisticated combination of earthy and mossy scents intertwined with summer flowers and blossoms’ sweet and refreshing aromas. It evokes memories of fragrant roses and delicate lilacs.
The taste of this strain is distinctively skunky, with hints of summer flowers and blossoms. It has a unique and recognizable flavor.
The buds of this strain exhibit a light green color with yellow undertones and feature large calyxes.
Skunk Strain Autoflowering Specifications
Strain Parents: Skunk x Ruderalis
Strain Dominant: 30% Sativa – 60% Indica – 10% Ruderalis
CBD Content: 0.84%
THC Content: 17.80%
Flowering Time: 7 weeks
Skunk Strain Growing Information
The Skunk Autoflowering strain can be grown both indoors and outdoors. Indoor growers can expect a flowering time of 7 weeks with a yield of up to 0.8 grams (dry and manicured) per watt per m2, using a 1000W HPS light. The total crop time is nine weeks, and the plant can be flowered at any photoperiod between 12 and 18 hours of sunlight per day.
Outdoor growers can also expect a 7-week flowering time with a production of up to 80-100 grams per plant. This strain is known for its vigorous growth and long branching, making it essential to provide enough space for the plant to thrive. Overall, the Skunk Autoflowering is a relatively fast-growing strain that can produce a high indoor and outdoor yield.
Skunk Autoflowering is a hybrid strain that offers outstanding performance with extreme vigor and great production, up to 80-100 grams per plant. It has a branchy structure with medium to large internodes, and its leaves are dark green and thick, with overlapping leaflets. The Skunk Autoflowering has a flowering time of 7 weeks both indoors and outdoors, and it is ready in 9 weeks total crop time. It has a skunky flavor with notes of summer flowers and blossoms, and its aroma is a complex blend of earthy-mossy scents intertwined with sweet floral notes.
Q: What is the Skunk Autoflowering strain?
A: Skunk Autoflowering is a hybrid strain created by crossing an old-school Skunk with a pure Ruderalis from Kazakhstan.
Q: What is the flowering time of the Skunk Autoflowering?
A: Skunk Autoflowering has a flowering time of 7 weeks, both indoors and outdoors.
Q: What is the yield of the Skunk Autoflowering?
A: Indoor growers can expect a yield of up to 0.8 grams (dry and manicured) per watt per m2, while outdoor growers can expect production of up to 80-100 grams per plant.
Q: What are the flavors and aromas of the Skunk Autoflowering?
A: The Skunk Autoflowering has a skunky flavor with notes of summer flowers and blossoms. Its aroma is a complex blend of earthy-mossy scents intertwined with sweet floral notes.
Q: What growing conditions does the Skunk Autoflowering require?
A: The Skunk Autoflowering is a robust plant that can tolerate high EC levels up to 2.0 during flowering and does not suffer from hot temperatures up to 30 degrees Celsius. Providing enough space for the plant to grow is vital, as it is a very vigorous strain with long branching.