More About Big Bud (fem)
It’s Called Big For A Reason
If you are looking for a big yielder with big and chubby buds, then you should try out the Big Bud. Introduced in the industry in the 1980s, the Big Bud remains a favorite among smokers and growers because of its abundant yield and rich genetic history. Made from the Northern Lights, Afghan, and Skunk #1, this strain is truly a strong Indica for that soaring high while being the perfect nighttime companion.
When this is consumed, it provides a pepper-like spice, an earthy herbal scent, and very smooth smoke. The taste, on the other hand, is a combination of sweet and spicy.
Though this strain is a favorite amongst commercial setups, the Big Bud is still perfect for trying out for home growing. When this plant flowers, it blooms with sticky trichome-covered large buds. It usually takes about 7 to 9 weeks for flowering to complete, and the yield is estimated to reach 600 grams per square meter.
Johnny C. –
With this persistent herb, you can make every day or night a lazy Sunday. Extra calming and comfortable to smoke, with none of the unpleasant side effects associated with other strains. I grew it for the first time in an indoor greenhouse setting, and it took some effort, topping, and stressing to get it to develop out instead of up, but I got a decent yield of around 630g/plant, which is insane. The buds are huge and stunning, with vibrant yellow, orange, and green hues that can’t be compared! The delectable fruity sweetness delights my tongue. 5/5!!
Dude, this is the finest! Her branches are strong and durable, but the weight of the broad colas can cause them to bend and break. That is why I add some additional support to ensure that the plant develops without difficulty. And, yeah! It’s fantastic outside, in the open air of a humid, sunny environment. After only 8 weeks, her shrubs can produce up to 620g per plant. It’s best to smoke it cautiously because going in too fast would almost certainly result in a knock-out stone. I used to smoke it as a nightcap and save it for lazy chill-out days, but now I just smoke it on weekends or when I have a day off. Her fragrance is enticing and opulent. When lit, a hit of earthy herbal and peppery spice hits you straight in the mouth. When the smoke fades, it retains behind a mild yet enticing fruity aroma, reminding me of a cool summer night. If you’d like to relax and unwind, this is the smoke for you.
Maria Cutler –
With thick roots, this hybrid can expand and rapidly fill your growing tent. Big Bud responds very well to the training of plants, which I suggest to move your yields to the next stage. As the name shows, at each internode, she will develop nothing but broad buds. It tastes like piney and roses that drive me euphoric and comfortable. It also alleviates my depression and tension.
J. Riddley –
Sometimes I should really trust on why strains are named this way. Spoiler alert: the buds are big. With massive size comes with resilience and versatility I guess. Also watch out, massive buds do need propping. The combination of the fruity aroma and the spicy yet sweet flavor is godly, I tell you. This should the the strain you’re gonna look for when you wanna deal with pain. Quite a sedative, good for muscle spasms. But it WILL knock you out. Like, don’t try this at daytime. Would recommend when trying to get some shuteye or food. Or both.