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Skywalker OG Kush Strain Review

Review of Skywalker OG Kush Strain

Skywalker OG Kush Info

Type: Indica Dominant
Lineage: Kush
Grade: A+/Top Shelf
Potency: Very High
Effect: Strong yet mellow
Scent: Fruity and sweet

Skywalker OG Kush Review

Skywalker OG is a top-shelf, grade A medicinal cannabis. A heavy hitting Indica/Sativa hybrid bud, Skywalker OG will get you sky high, providing medical marijuana users with a relaxing but not lazy cerebral buzz that is complemented quite nicely by a chill full body high. At first sight, Skywalker OG Kush strain resembles more of a Sativa than an India cannabis strain.

Skywalker OG Kush is a personal favorite of mine and has been since I took my first toke of the fine, milky white, chronic smoke to it a a Denver marijuana dispensary. If you happen to see some Skywalker OG Kush at a local dispensary be sure to pick up a sac and let us know what you think.


Growing Skywalker OG Marijuana

Skywalker cannabis seeds grow into strong and versatile weed plants. Probably not the best strain for your first grow, but intermediate growers should have no problem growing successful crops of Skywalker OF Kush. Skywalker Flowering time normally takes 7 to 9 weeks depending on your grow setup.  And your grow set up, is one of the most important elements in growing good Skywalker OG, so try not to skimp on supplies here.

Where to Buy Skywalker OG Kush Seeds

Experienced weed growers should have no problem producing heavy yielding crops of Skywalker OG Kush from seeds or clones.  It's difficult enough to choose the best marijuana seeds to grow, finding a reputable seed supplier that never fails to deliver authentic strains can seem nearly impossible.  As is normally the case when buying marijuana seeds or plants, buying seeds directly from reputable seed banks is the surest way to get a real version of the strain you want. More and more, however, in states like Colorado, good dispensaries are are delivering the goods; i.e. nice clones that are the exact strain they claim to be.

Since Skywalker OG Kush is relatively rare and a top-shelf strain, breeders often try to pass of bogus hybrids as the real Skywalker OG Kush. When buying rare, or high-end clones or cannabis seeds it's always a good idea to be extra careful where you source the goods, as breeders and seed distributors have an extra incentive to pass fake Skywalker OG Kush off as the real deal.

Comments

Mountian man said…
I have 6 Skywalkers in soil in the 7th week of flower, all I can say is there started trekking In the second week even the fan leaves are covered. I used the method of giving them 36 hours darkness to trigger them and they literately skip the 2 weeks of pre-flower, and go straight into producing small buds. I have used this way of triggering for several years and almost all strands it worked. Tip from Oldgrowerdude.
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