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Early Skunk from Sensi Seeds

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Early Skunk from Sensi Seeds

An excellent hybrid between Skunk #1" and Early Pearl".
Outdoor growers are usually dissatisfied with the finishing date of the regular Skunk strain. The Early Skunk" finishes about 2 weeks earlier than Skunk #1" due to the influence of the Early Pearl".
The influence of the latter is also noticeable in the smell and the high: sweet and smooth. On top of that, the strain combines a good yield with mould resistance.
Early Skunk from Sensi Seeds
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'Early Skunk' from Sensi Seeds
- 'Early Skunk'
An excellent hybrid between Skunk #1" and Early Pearl".
Outdoor growers are usually dissatisfied with the finishing date of the regular Skunk strain. The Early Skunk" finishes about 2 weeks earlier than Skunk #1" due to the influence of the Early Pearl".
The influence of the latter is also noticeable in the smell and the high: sweet and smooth. On top of that, the strain combines a good yield with mould resistance.
Finishing: October 1.
Height: 200-300 cm.
Yield: up to 500 gr.
Grower Report - Original Sinner on January 11, 2005, 2:30 pm Early Skunk from Sensi Seeds rated 6.57


Report 1 of 2From Original Sin
Vintage: October, 2004
Effect: Nicely balanced
Odor Description: Skunk like
Taste: Skunk/ripe pineapple
Garden Style for This Report: Sea of Green SOG
October, 2004

I have grown Sensi Seed Early Skunk over the last two years both indoors, outdoors and under glass. I would recommend this strain to anyone growing outdoors where plants may be susceptible to mould, as it is highly resistant and to growers indoors who require a faster finishing ‘Skunk' strain. My only concern with this strain is the poor germination rates I encountered.

I germinated in Sowing and Cuttings compost half a pack of seeds (x8) both years and only achieved a 5/8 successful germination rate both years. During the first year all five plants were grown in a greenhouse resulting in two females. During the second year the five germinated seeds produced four females, two of which were grown under glass and two outdoors.

After two months of vegative growth cuttings were taken from the greenhouse grown plants and these clones grown indoors under artificial light. Although there was a spider mite problem these clones survived and produced rock hard buds in around 50 days.

The greenhouse grown plants also produced some lovely solid bud sites and were not affected by mould later in the season, as was another strain that I was growing beside them. These plants finished around early to mid October (location SE England).

The outdoor grown plants also finished around the same time with one of them producing pink buds from the early flowering stage.

Overall I think this strain is easy to grow, produces clean, hard buds when other plants are being affected by mould and yields above average with a ‘balanced' smoke – RECOMMENDED.


Overall Effect: Nicely balanced
Sex: Standard (M/F)
Bloom Lighting: 260w to 400w
Outdoor Harvest: Oct 1 to Oct 15

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: Not Listed
Plant Height: Not Listed
Harvest Indoor: 50 to 55 days

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Report 2 of 2From Nature"Frea
Vintage: Not Listed
Effect: Nicely balanced
Odor Description: Typical skunky smell
Taste: Skunky & fine sweet after curing well
Garden Style for This Report: Mixed


This report is limited on my experience with a Half seedpack (half was from a friend).

I made it because Sensi's Early skunk (Early Pearl x Skunk #1) is a lovely tasting outdoor variety with huge grow-potentials.

The seeds were put in moist and ph tested soil. After germination they were moved on a sunny outdoor location (44N), it was late April.

This strain is very easy to grow. It simply grows bigger & bigger if the conditions are fine* this means high quality soil and lots of sunshine.

Its also a very mold resistant variety and so overall recommended for outdoor growing in areas where the late season gives high humidity.

On the other side, all animals love this Skunk hybrid! 2 plants disappeared (in one rainy night) at their very early veg. period... I'm not sure but I think they were eaten by snails or a roe... However they were food.

The other 3 that survived this attack were growing extremely fast, tall + bushy with lots of secondar branches... But Mother Nature was again not nice during a night (early June). Rainstrom + heavy wind destroyed an E-skunk. The center trunk was down but 2 side branches were still alive... I supported one branch with a stone (later with 3), and with the time, this beauty was becoming a main stalk-branch. This plant was small in relation with the other 2 healthy E-skunks that were living only a bit away. They were big, strong plants with a living mix inside* medium fat spiders tacticaly hunting small insects. A lot of relative big insects in the shadow of the leaves, also a few snails on the lover parts of the plant...

Early Skunk is a magnet for all kind of wild, but of course it depends on where you grow ; country/ecosystem/local conditions. Greenhouse, garden, balcony, guerilla...are not similar environments and will sure give differend results.

- 1 was a male...RIP

So my situation was 1 healthy, fat female plant in the perflower stage and 2 branches from the other E-skunk that also turned out to be female. The supported branch was longer and much more thick than the non-supported.
I was wondering what a huge branch will mother Nature give if I support only 1 branch of the big female plant with a stone or even remove the main trunk.

This was not the only strain growing outdoor in that season and I'm also indoor active. This means that I don't care for as much outdoor yield as possible... I rather make experiments because for me, experience & variety is the quality of live.

In early august, 1 branch (from the fat lady) was supported with a big stone. This supported branch was growing & pushing the main trunk away. In late August I cut of the center at node 3 and removed 2 side branches that were growing to the north. The result with supporting was an 2.5m (over 8ft) tall branch!

Overall, its a good cross with nice skunky tasting buds and also the yield can be fantastic... but the High is not so good. It can get interesting if you smoke much in a relative short time... but nothing special. The taste & appeal is after curing lovely sweet and fine for skunk lovers. Fast tolerance build up.


Overall Effect: Nicely balanced
Sex: Standard (M/F)
Bloom Lighting: Not Listed
Outdoor Harvest: Oct 1 to Oct 15

plants per SF:
Plant Yield: Not Listed
Plant Height: Not Listed
Harvest Indoor: Not Listed

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