This autoflower variety of Purple Kush helps automate part of the growing process with it’s ruderalis genetics. While it may have a longer flowering period, it is very easy to grow and has very high levels of THC.
- Type: Indoor/Outdoor
- Growing: Easy
- Flowering Time: 9-10 Weeks
- Indica/Sativa: 70% Indica / 20% Sativa / 10% Ruderalis
- Effect: Body High
- THC: Medium 20%
- CBD: 1.33%
- Country: USA
- Yield: Up to 200 grams indoor / 250 grams outdoors
- Genetics: Purple Afghan + Hindu Kush
The Purple Kush seeds autoflower strain is a potent blend of Afghani Indica and Hindu varieties. Even though it looks striking and taste really amazing, it still produces a maximal effect instead of just aesthetics. It is also an amazing choice to relax and wind down after a very long week or day.
Purple Kush Seeds Autoflower Effects & Features
Like a lovechild of really potent strains, it is known to provide a very sedating, relaxing and stoned high. With a moderate to high THC content, it is an amazing choice for creating concentrates and edibles. Because of its indica genetics, this strain is particularly effective in inducing complete bodied relaxation.
Purple Kush Seeds Autoflower Flavors & Uses
This variety boasts some purple and bright green leaf and flower, with amazing flavor. The purple color of the leaves comes as a response to the cold that is inherited from its Afghani parent. This strain also comes with an earthy woody smell which turns into fruity flavors of sweet grape. The taste of this variety is also a real treat.
Purple Kush Seeds Autoflower Grow Info
The Purple Kush seeds autoflowering strain grow into plants that are stout and bushy. The plants can grow quite easily both indoors and outdoors. In an indoor environment, it is recommended to ensure maximum control over the growing conditions. A hydroponic setting also works really well. The plants are expected to grow less than 3 feet in height. In order to bring out the purple color, introducing some cold temperatures may be the key. It takes up to 8 hours to flower. In an outdoor setup, harvest time is usually in late September. The plants are expected to yield about 40 grams per square feet. The bushy plants need to be pruned in order to ensure an even distribution of nutrients and light all over the plants.