A photosensitive CBD Kush grows around 4 feet in a controlled environment, with height-limiting techniques involved. Shestretches a lot more when grown outdoors and can reach about 10 feet tall. Low-stress training (LST), Screen of Green (ScrOG), manifolding, and super-cropping are the most popular methods used to keep her in a manageable size and closer to the ground.
CBD Kush is a pungent strain. Raising her indoors requires the use of carbon filters, odor neutralizers, or air purifiers. Outdoors, sowing her with companion plants can help mask or tone down the smell during the fruiting phase and defend the weed against pests. If you are growing in soil, supplement the medium with organic compost and my corrhizal fungi. The latter extends the root system, allowing for the absorption of more nutrients and minerals.
The strain needs a consistently warm, sunny climate to kick out big yields. Don’t back away from pampering this lady, as she can share an impressive 1400 grams per outdoor-grown plant. If you are somewhere in the Northern hemisphere, the buds are ready for collection sometime in October.
While growing outside may produce an incredible harvest, most cultivators of CBD Kush prefer to have an indoor grow operation where the plant’s climate requirements can be provided. She flowers for 8 to 9 weeks and produces up to 500 grams per square meter.