Lemon Kush comes from a chitral kush from the Hindu Kush mountain range in Afghanistan and Pakistan. This is an indica dominant plant.
The plant develops dense resinous buds coated with white shine crystals. The strain also demonstrates sativa properties. It suits both for indoors and for outdoors in a warm, temperate climate. The harvest comes after 60 days of flowering or in September and brings amazing yields of 1 kg.
The smoke provides unusual, potent herbal, lemony aroma and taste and stone-body high and pleasant relaxation.
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Tips for growing Lemon Kush cannabis
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Strain overview: Lemon Kush’s well-rounded high and pleasing citrus aroma lend to sharpened creativity and an enhanced mood. Alien Genetics is responsible for creating this masterpiece strain, by crossing Lemon G with classic Afghan Kush. While Alien’s strain is no longer available in seed or clone form, another Lemon Kush — a cross between Master Kush and Lemon Joy with similar effects and aroma — is.
Grow techniques: Growing outdoors in quality, complex soil brings out the strong lemon scent. This means feeding your soil with micronutrients, compost tea, and other macronutrient sources to keep the plant happy and healthy while flowering.
Flowering time: 8-9 weeks
Yield: Moderate to high
Grow difficulty: Moderate
Climate: Keep between 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit. Lemon Kush likes a slightly warmer temperature and can handle more humidity (40-50% RH while flowering).
Indoor/outdoor: Outdoors, this strain can take off in the right climate.
Feeding: With healthy soil, this plant won’t need much food to reach its full potential. With nutrient-deficient soil, feed with liquids when necessary.
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