Swazi Skunk from Seedsman
Swazi Skunk from SeedsmanOriginating from Swaziland (South Africa), Swazi is a high yielding and resinous pure sativa, which gives a strong natural effect. The cross with Skunk No. 1 sped up the flowering cycle and increased flower and leaflet size and potency. Swazi Skunk has a sweet pine flavour relished by connoisseurs
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Swazi Skunk from Seedsman
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'Swazi Skunk' from Seedsman
- 'Swazi Skunk'
Variety: Mostly sativa (87.5%)
Type: F1 Hybrid
THC Content: 14-18%
Characteristics: Sweet pine flavour
Originating from Swaziland (South Africa), Swazi is a high yielding and resinous pure sativa, which gives a strong natural effect. The cross with Skunk No. 1 sped up the flowering cycle and increased flower and leaflet size and potency. Swazi Skunk has a sweet pine flavour relished by connoisseurs.
Grower Report - indicaman on June 27, 2004, 8:33 am Swazi Skunk from Seedsman rated 7.00
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Vintage: June, 2004
Effect: Somewhat heady
Odor Description: Pine flavour an hash-like.
Taste: Hash like, special flavour like a fine cigar.
Garden Style for This Report: Bush
Swazi x Skunk is one of the best weed I ever smoked. All my friends where really impressed of that special taste and the really incredible high. It has 75 Sativa and 25 Indica due to Skunk No1.
I grew with a 400Watts MH Venture Sunmaster in vegetative cycle and with a 400Watts Osram Plantastar for flowering. I had no problems at all, but due to the high Sativa type of the plants they grew up to 150cm in 7,5 liter pots. They grew more than double in height, when switched to 12/12.
The leafs where thin and bright green, not that dark green, like many Indicas. I fertilized with alga bloom and harvested after 60 days of flowering. I now it could be longer, but it was ok for me and the yield was also very good.
Swazi Skunk is a very different to average 50/50 hybrids and its something for growers who want to grow something very special. The high is very clear and long lasting. I think the skunk part is very important for yield and gives them a shorter flowering time compared to 100% Sativas. I love this strain! But I believe that they get more better in a greenhouse or outdoors.
Overall Effect: Somewhat heady
Sex: Standard (M/F)
Bloom Lighting: 260w to 400w
Outdoor Harvest: Not Listed
plants per SF:
Plant Yield: 1.25
Plant Height: 79
Harvest Indoor: 60 to 65 days
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