The straightforward genetics of AfghanKush x Super Skunk help growers just setting foot on their cannabis cultivation journey achieve decent yields with relative ease. As always, you still need to care for the plant, but her sturdy structure and beginner-friendly growth patterns are much more forgiving to gardening mistakes.
Having sprouted from varieties that are not picky and fussy, Afghan Kush x Super Skunk exhibits good resilience to mold, diseases, and pests. She also only requires basic feedings, so simply follow the nutrient manufacturer’s recommendation or start with half and adjust accordingly. You may use any medium, keeping in mind that hydroponics promote vigorous growth and bud production while soil enhances the flowers’ fragrance and flavor.
Perhaps the biggest problem cultivators will encounter with Afghan Kush x Super Skunk is her stink. It’s easy to keep this marijuana plant out of sight as she rarely reaches more than 120cm tall, but concealing her smell in an outdoor grow operation is almost impossible. This is why most growers choose to raise her indoors, where a high-quality odor neutralizer can be set up.
Cultivating Afghan Kush x Super Skunk in a climate-controlled environment paired with the Sea of Green (SOG) technique can produce up to 500 grams. During her flowering period of 8 to 10 weeks, it is crucial to prune away inessential branches and leaves to ensure ample light penetration and air movement. Outdoors, the weed can be grown under cooler northern climates, but warm, sunny conditions yield maximum returns of around 900 to 1000 grams per plant.