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Bubba Kush

Bubba Kush is an indica dominant mix of Two pre-’98 Bubba Kush varieties. This variety has a lot of fans in the United States. This is a low-growing plant with wide, thick leaves and colorful buds. It grows well in any environment and is perfect for covert cultivation. The strain produces large yields of snow-covered trichomes of buds. The variety has excellent sedative and therapeutic effects and is suitable for daytime Smoking. It helps with insomnia and relaxes the muscles. The aroma and taste are buttery and spicy, slightly resembling hashish. Go back to the 90s with Bubba Kush! You will like it.

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Tips for growing Bubba Kush cannabis

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Strain overview: A descendant of OG Kush and another indica-dominant strain, Bubba Kush is known for its knockout potency. It delivers hash, chocolate, and coffee flavor profiles with effects that leave you in a tranquil state of bliss. This strain grows short and fat with large dense buds, speaking to its Afghani lineage.

Grow techniques: Bubba Kush is a great strain for hydroponic growers as the plants stay short and dense, growing beautiful trichome-covered buds. Pack them in closely and prune their lower branches to develop a beautiful SOG (sea of green). Top your crop to create full, even canopies in your garden.

Flowering time: 8-9 weeks

Yield: High

Grow difficulty: Moderate

Climate: Moderate and dry climates falling between 68 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

Indoor/outdoor: Often preferred for indoor grows because its large dense buds will suffer quickly in moist climates.

Feeding: Bubba Kush is a heavy feeder. Its dense growth requires lots of nitrogen, calcium, and magnesium to fully develop before flowering.

Learn more about growing the Bubba Kush cannabis strain, including its preferred climate, growth structure, and specific nutrient needs.