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Skunk #1 is an indica/sativa variety from Sensi Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±48 days ) and in the greenhouse (as like as outdoors in the right climate zones) . Sensi Seeds’ Skunk #1 is a THC dominant variety and is/was also available as feminized seeds.
Sensi Seeds’ Skunk #1 Description
Skunk #1 is the strain that changed the face of cannabis culture across the world continues to amaze weed-lovers more than a quarter-century after her release! The original Skunk hybrids fused traditional cultivars from Central and South America, Afghanistan and Thailand. Through generations of intensive selection and back-crossing, the very best examples of Skunk were stabilised into the first true-breeding Indica-Sativa hybrid – the classic Indica-dominant Skunk #1.
The potency of this branch of the cannabis family tree is so notorious that ‘skunk’ is often used as a name for any powerful ganja. Breeders regard Skunk #1 as the benchmark of uniform, reliable performance and her rock-solid genotype has influenced a hundred modern hybrids. Skunk#1’s energetic performance and bountiful yields demonstrate the true meaning of hybrid vigour. Growth and flowering are mostly-Indica in appearance, with Skunk #1 gaining a little more height than a pure Indica when blooming. The extra-dark green of this strain’s leaves comes from her Afghanica ancestors and contrasts sharply with her lime-green growing tips.
Flowering is very fast and Skunk #1 produces robust stems and branches to support her superior yields. Short internodal gaps quickly close when her nodes explode into dense, rounded flower clusters which merge into huge, heavy terminal buds by the end of the blooming phase. Fan leaves can show many shades of colour at the end of flowering, as plants focus their energy on bud formation and resin production
Sativa heritage is most apparent in Skunk #1’s beautiful calyxes, long, profuse pistils and her habit of expanding bud-growth in all directions as harvest time approaches. Sativa also has a wonderful influence on Skunk #1’s potency and effect – a stunning combination of stone and high.
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Skunk #1 from Sensi Seeds is available as regular and feminized seeds. In 20 seedbanks, we found 86 offers between EUR 3.66 for 1 regular seed and EUR 224.26 for 50 feminized seeds. If you are looking to buy Skunk #1 Cannabis Seeds from Sensi Seeds somewhere – have a look to our Skunk #1 Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Skunk #1 offers: Sensi Seeds, Cannapot Hanfshop, Mary’s Seeds, Herbalist, Herbies Head Shop, Zamnesia, Seedsman, Hanfoase & Stecklingsexpress, canna-seed.com, Samenwahl.com, Amsterdam Seed Center, Cheeba Beans, Indras Planet GmbH, Oaseeds, PEV Seeds Bank, Seeds24.at, Linda Seeds | Linda Semilla, Canna-Seed Seed Shop, Alchimia Grow Shop and Hanf & Hanf.
Skunk #1 Reviews
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I guess the “hate” is pointed towards the numbing and dull effect with fast tolerance buildup, which are easily passed on in skunk crosses, it’s a very dominant line.
Never grown a skunk but friends told me it molds fast when grown in guerrilla in middle europe + has the typical smell which turns heads, so not really desirable for stealth.
Gotta check for myself one day, when I find the right skunk
Nothing bad about skunk. You just need to do some more reading. It’s a 3 way or 4 way cross of Thai, Colombian, Mexican and Afghan? someone chime in please.
The word “Skunk” has been used negatively by media, law enforcement and politicians to denote strong varieties of Cannabis. Afficionados will roll their eyes. There is a lot of misinformation. It’s really not that important anyway.
‘Roadkill’ refers to a cultivar, most probably skunk or with skunk in, that is affectionately referred to like ‘Haze’, which people remember and is probably synonymous with some flavour of weed they used to smoke at some point.
If people describe colours and smell differently, my personal opinion is they should be used as a rough guide not like some holy testament to how things are. I would say even the oldest breeders, who let’s face it have had their memory warped by the consumption of bud for years, incarceration, not being able to keep records for fear of incrimination, do not know where most of this shit came from. It sparks endless debate but at the end of the day, that is all it is, words.
Skunk #1 was used extensively in dutch breeding. crossed with everything. Some breeders were honest about it, some not, and later on in the years, other breeders using “dutched” lines would breed these lines and would drop the skunk moniker.. so, somebody who didnt know or research a line, say Durban Poison, would buy a DP line from a breeder and then get rightfully upset when they grew out a bunch of skunk leaning hybrids.
Basically, IMHO, a lot of old lines from the dutch days that claim to be pure, had @ one point, been crossed to skunk (and other BLD varieties), and for ppl wanting pure or land race type plants, this is/was a negative. And on a side note, I still find stank in skunk lines that are available today. dunno about RKS though.
I like to grow strains that are a different than eachother. My only gripe with skunk is that it has been bred to just about everything.
So if your looking at a panel of 25 strains of all varieties and they’ve all been bred to skunk you could kind of assume there is going to be strong similarities in a lot of the plants from the seeds.
I’m developing the same kind of disinterest in OG and chem and cookies etc..once you breed the same strains to every thing you’ll notice a lot of similarities across the board. I love of and chems but once you have 1 or 2 good ones in the collection you don’t need 20 more.
Instead of mishmashing the same families of strains against eachother it’s nice to see new and interesting true f1 hybrids or more obscure strains or inbred lines of great strains.
Haze has been used similarly but with haze the hybrids produced seem to throw a shit load of variation so it keeps the pheno hunt interesting.
I feel like skunk, og, chem and cookies breed true for certain qualities which gives hybrids very predictable qualities. With the chems and it’s you can bank on stinky funk and taste almost 100%
What’s wrong with skunk? Marijuana Strains and Breeding forum at International Cannagraphic Magazine.