Sour Skies Feminized Marijuana Seeds

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$65.00$240.00

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Sour Skies Marijuana Seeds is a balanced hybrid cannabis strain that can give you 21% THC making this strain very energetic, euphoric, and very relaxing. It is also a productive plant growing up to 700 grams per square meter indoors. It flowers late, taking 10 to 12 weeks giving you citrus, lemon, earthy, pine, and pungent-flavored buds.

Pack Size PriceQuantity
5 Seeds $65.00
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10 Seeds $120.00
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25 Seeds $240.00
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More About Sour Skies (fem)

How it Feels to be Sky-High

Sour Skies feminized is a well-balanced hybrid that came from the genotypes of Sour Diesel and Kush. It exhibits scents that enliven meandering dreams of giggling lemons. It creates an anti-inflammatory euphoria that aids the medicinal users in their common illnesses such as stress, anxiety, and pain.

With its characteristics that can suit for indoor and outdoor cultivation, more and more cannabis growers are enjoying their tasks of propagating this plant. When reared indoors, the plant will produce flowers for 9 to 11 weeks. This is the time that the plant takes its period to bloom completely and become mature for harvest. Once the time comes that it becomes able to produce, the yield can reach around 400 to 500 grams per square meter.

Planting it outdoor can also be very promising, although it can only thrive well when in full sun. The yield can be as much as 500 to 700 grams per plant.

1 review for Sour Skies Feminized Marijuana Seeds

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    J. Medina

    Just like her name, this strain also has a sour flavor that reminds me of vitamin C. And just like the vitamin, this strain helps in fighting against inflammation. After smoking her, my body instantly felt light and my muscle pain was gone. She is prone to molds so I really kept a watch on her. Anyway, despite needing much attention, she is a rewarding plant with up to 500 grams of buds per square meter. She’s better left on the hands of experienced cultivators.

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