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Burmese Kush Feminized

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Burmese Kush Strain is a beautiful mix between Trainwreck and White Widow. The addition of the Trainwreck from California is experiencing through the powerful effect that unexpectedly hits you like a train you didn’t see coming. Burmese Kush can be grown both indoors and outdoors. It’s not the easiest plant to grow, but certainly not the hardest either. Sometimes it’s a good thing to give your plant some extra attention because the yield will be even more rewarding. This is the case with Burmese Kush. It has a blooming period of about 9 weeks and when grown outside it can be harvested in October. Burmese Kush gets fairly big, but you’ll get a yield according to the size!

This hybrid strain is almost half sativa and tends to give users a calm, mellow outlook. Bred by T.H. Seeds as a cross that includes the California classic, OG Kush, this plant will be dark green and have a piney aroma with a sweet aftertaste. Growth can be slow to start so Burmese Kush is best for indoor conditions where growth speeds up and plants flower in 7-8 weeks. The effects also tend to come on slowly but can be strong and long-lasting once they do.

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Burmese Kush Feminized

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Burmese Kush Feminized

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Burmese Kush Feminized

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Genetics Trainwreck x White Widow
Plant Type Mostly Indica
Cultivation Indoor | Outdoor
Plant Height Medium
Average Yield 400 - 500 g/m²
Flowering Period 7 - 9 weeks
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