Bringing back memories. That’s what we first thought off when we decided to further develop our skunk variety. Skunk is a well-known cannabis strain which became famous in the late eighties/nineties.
It then got a bit forgotten but is making his comeback in 2018. Our Crimson Skunk is very uniform with little to no variations between the plants. Making it one of our most stable strains for growing in a SOG.
We managed to cross a Master Skunk with an Oaxaca Sativa. The outcome is a very pungent skunk cannabis strain with hints of citrus. The Oaxaca Sativa gives Crimson Skunk a mild cerebral high while the Master Skunk genetics gives the user a distinctive indica body stoned feeling.
Flowering time and appearance
The flowering time of Crimson Skunk indoors is 9 to 10 weeks. Outdoors you can harvest her skunk buds in the beginning of October. She thrives well in sunny climates like the Mediterranean. When grown in colder climates we advise growers to place her in a greenhouse to protect her against the cold and rainy weather.
Crimson Skunk is a very strong and stable cannabis plant with a thick stem and huge buds covering the plant. The very solid buds are covered with shiny crystals.
You can harvest between 425 to 500 grams per plant when grown indoors. With a little care and a good fertilizer schedule you can increase her harvest. When you place her outdoors you can harvest between 400 to 700 grams per plant. In colder climates you need to protect her against humidity.
The sativa genetics ensures the user a mild head high. The indica genetics will give the user a nice body stoned feeling. Crimson Skunk has a high THC level and a low CBD value.
Taste and odor
Crimson Skunk has a distinctive pungent skunk flavor with a mild citrus