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Super Skunk has been winning awards and fans since its release in 1990. Strong plants and strong effects are the result of crossing our world-famous Skunk #1 with a robust, high yielding Afghan indica. The deeply relaxing effects are enlivened by the sativa element, providing a long-lasting stone that’s strong without being soporific.
Upon consumption, people often notice that the scent is replicated in the taste; citrus-dominant, earthy, and with a hint of sweetness. Some have even compared the flavour to mandarin orange.
More experienced growers may like to experiment with techniques like fimming, topping, and lollipopping, as Super Skunk responds well to all of them. Topping and fimming are especially effective at boosting yields – the colas on the new ‘main’ branches will grow considerably larger.
Super Skunk Regular cannabis seeds produce strong, uniform plants. Conical in shape, they grow thick, densely packed branches. Thanks to the strain’s dominant indica genetics, the plants seldom grow beyond average height, which makes them easy to manage for indoor growers. Short vegetation periods ensure that Super Skunk remains compact; yields can be increased by extending the vegetation length instead.
Super Skunk is a mix of 80% indica and 20% sativa. It has a short flowering time of around seven weeks. Once flowering commences, the buds develop quickly. Their appearance is pure indica: large, heavy, and coated in trichomes. Expect big yields from this plant!
This reliability, combined with the shorter stature, is useful for gardeners who want to use the Sea of Green (SOG) or Screen of Green (SCROG) techniques to cultivate the plants, or who are looking for the homogeneity of a clone plant, with the simplicity of growing from seed.
Growers can anticipate generating large yields, even those with little experience behind them.
Typically, skunk strains tend to produce a pungent odour (hence the name). Super Skunk Feminized is rather different, with a smoother, fruitier aroma. The Afghan parentage shines through, with earthy, spicy base-notes which are particularly strong during the flowering period. Indoor growers should be aware that this smell intensifies as harvest approaches.
The skunk family was initially bred to be a good indoors option; Super Skunk Feminized is an excellent example of the success of this effort. However, that doesn’t mean that the plants have to be grown inside. In Mediterranean climates, for example, Super Skunk Feminized will thrive outdoors. It also does well in a greenhouse. When grown in these conditions, it’s not uncommon for the plants to grow to the size of small trees, especially if the summer is long and warm.
Super Skunk Feminized has a relatively short flowering period of 50 days maximum. This works well for indoor growers who want to enjoy two or even three harvests per year. Once the flowers start growing, they increase in size very quickly. They also multiply so rapidly that progress can sometimes be observed from one day to the next. The buds are a striking bright green colour, and are spiky, with large, pointy calyxes.