There are many reasons to grow your own Orange Kush. Some of the benefits include having control over the growing environment to ensure you get the most out of your frown in terms of potency and yield size. You also won’t have to worry about pesticides or other harmful chemicals on your crops.
Growers who have tried growing Orange Kush love it for its uncomplicated growth patterns, satisfactory bud production, and high resistance to most molds and pests. Plus, the plant also only grows between 70 to 90 cm tall, making it a great choice for those who lack space.
When cultivated outside, Orange Kush thrives under a warm Mediterranean climate. Exposing cannabis plants to direct sunlight will help the production of more cannabinoids, and access to mineral- and nutrient-rich soil will help them grow bigger and stronger. That said, growing marijuana outdoors exposes the plants to the elements such as wind, rain, and hail, so we recommend growing in a pot, so you can move the plant inside in case of weather changes. One Orange Kush grown in optimal outdoor conditions can share up to 500 grams of fresh buds, which are ready for harvest by late September to early October.
If you prefer to cultivate away from prying eyes, growing Orange Kush indoors is an excellent option. You can control the environment, including the humidity, light, and temperature levels, which can create a perfect setting for your plants to thrive. Indoor growing also allows you to harvest multiple crops per year, while outdoor growing typically produces just one crop per season. A well-regulated grow room can produce between 400 and 500 grams per square meter after 8 to 9 weeks of flowering.