Skunk 47 is a combination of Skunk #1, the world's first true-breeding hybrid cannabis strain comprising Afghan, Mexican and Colombian genetics, and the fast-flowering, fruity-flavoured, sativa-dominant AK47. With this strain a selection was made which emphasised the indica qualities and which resulted in this plant being 90% indica. It is a very bushy, vigorous hybrid strain with very good yields of dense, compact buds having a pronounced Skunk flavour and perfume.
Skunk 47 can be grown both indoors and outdoors producing good yields wherever it's planted. Growers can expect between 400 - 500 gr/m2 indoors and 400 - 600 gr. per plant outdoors when planted in the ground. Flowering takes between 55 and 60 days and it will be ready for harvest in October outdoors.
With a skunky/citrus flavour and a rather narcotic effect it is a hardy plant that will resist pests and mould and it has quite a good drought tolerance. Its THC level of 20% makes it a potent plant that is recommended for medicinal applications including pain relief and insomnia.
|Breeder/Brand||World of Seeds|
|Genetics||Skunk #1 x AK47|
|Yield||Indoors: 400 - 500 gr/m2; Outdoors: 400 - 600 gr/plant|
|Grows||Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors|
|Flowering Time||55 - 60 days|
|Medical Conditions||Insomnia, Pain|
|Medicinal Properties||Recommended for medicinal applications.|
|Taste / Flavour||Citrus, Skunk|
|Effect||Body, Powerful, Sedative|
About World of Seeds
With an unwavering focus on promoting cannabis education and the medicinal benefits of cannabis, World of Seeds has one of the largest selections of strains in the world.
With a team made up of skilled breeders, ecologists, chemists, pharmacists and geneticists, World of Seeds believe that scientific study is the key to making medicinal marijuana an actively recognised product.
However, World of Seeds also use their expertise to cultivate cannabis seeds for recreational purposes, breeding classic genetics in order to make new strains with great characteristics.
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