What are the Flavor and Effects of Zkittlez Feminized Seeds?
Notable for its heady aroma of sweet and sour fruit. The scent starts as tangy and sour with herbal notes and some funk, but the citrus and tropical notes will surface later on. The taste, however, is where Zkittles is well known. The cross between Grape Ape and Grapefruit, known for their intense flavor, the offspring is charged with a whole new level of tasty goodness, creating a medley of fruity flavors. Welcomed by a pleasant load of citrusy sour candy, then a sweet profile of berry and grapes. Truly a delight to smoke.
This strain is perfect for balanced, mellow high as it leaves consumers focused, alert, happy, and relaxed, unlike the average couchlock-inducing hard-hitting strain. The effects are powerful but in a euphoric sense, clear and motivating without the heavy rush that Sativas usually give. Because of its slow dip in energy levels, this strain is best used in the late afternoon to early evening, becoming the perfect way to end a day to forget about the day-to-day stresses life brings.
How to Grow Zkittlez Feminized Seeds
As a hybrid, Zkittlez’s Sativa side prefers humid climates, but the Indica genetics needs cool temperatures to see purple hues. The same is also required to encourage its Grape Ape ancestry; however, the weather should not be less than 50 degrees Fahrenheit. They are beginner-friendly and are easy to grow.
Zkittlez thrives both indoors and outdoors. Their small size works perfectly with a Sea of Green set up for indoor growing, and the plants flower in 8-9 weeks on average. If trained correctly, harvest could be up to 13 ounces per square meter. When indoors, the average height is about four feet. However, it is also easy to train them to fit smaller spaces. The plant reaches its optimum potential for outdoor setups and can grow larger, therefore delivering a higher yield. Its heights can reach up to six feet, yielding up to 17 ounces per plant.
For best results, patience is a virtue; ensure the complete development of the cannabinoids and terpenes. Although late September or early October is the ideal time to harvest, timing is everything, and it’s worth waiting for them to grow appropriately.