Growing Grizzly Purple Kush has simple requirements, making it an excellent choice for beginner growers and those who prefer to avoid complex cultivation. The strain is low-maintenance and boasts good resistance to molds, mildew, and pests.
The structure of Grizzly Purple Kush demonstrates its strength. It usually grows to a height of 1 to 2 meters but may extend to 2.5 meters in ideal outdoor circumstances. The robust branches of this Indica plant can carry its large output with ease, making branch and stem supports completely unnecessary. Flowers may grow abundantly on these plants due to their height and width, making them an excellent choice for a fruitful yet straightforward cannabis gardening adventure.
The strain can only be grown in photo period form through feminized seeds. This means cultivators need not weed out male plants as feminized seeds only produce females. FYI: female cannabis plants are the only ones that produce the highly sought-after flowers that we use for smoking, cooking, and turning into marijuana-derived products. With regular seeds, there’s a fifty-fifty chance of getting males and females. If you’re not going to breed or produce more seeds, half of the sprouts will be of no use to you. Also, if not removed early enough, it can ruin an entire batch of crops by accidentally pollinating the females, which will result in seeded flowers.
Grizzly Purple Kush does well in soil and soil less medium paired with the Screen of Green (ScrOG) technique. The training method works best with topping and requires the use of a screen or mesh to encourage the plant to sprawl outwards. Also feed the cannabis with phosphorus, an essential macro nutrient in the early stage of root development, flower production, and improving nutrient absorption, resistance to disease, stem strength,and yield.
The strain grows beautifully and is at an optimal state for bud production when raised in a favorable environment. It need sample moisture (RH levels of 40 to 50%), warm temperature (17 to 26 degrees celsius / 64 to 79 degrees Fahrenheit), a good lighting system, the right light cycle according to its life stage, and a well-ventilated space, among others.When Grizzly Purple Kush isgrown indoors under suitable conditions, you can achieve 550 grams for every square meter after 8 to 9 weeks of flowering.
This sturdy cannabis strain can handle colder temperatures, but the best yields in terms of quality and size can only be expected in warm and sunny places. The production can be as massive as 500 to 600 grams of resinous nugs per plant, which should be ready for harvest around late September to early October before chilly breeze flow in across the northern hemisphere.