Strawberry Kush was originally only available in clone form, but it is now offered in both feminized and autoflowering seed varieties. Home gardeners especially love its feminized seeds because they can use them to develop a healthy mother plant from which to start a new batch of healthy cuttings. Cannabis plants can also be grown directly from seeds and flowered as usual.
Feminized Strawberry Kush typically reaches a height of only under 3 feet and develops a branchy structure. Therefore, it can benefit from the Sea of Green technique. Outdoors, the strain can grow significantly taller than when grown indoors. While chances are minimal, another phenotype variation with a different height gain may crop up. Regardless, prolific bud formation, resin production, and the 8 to 9 flowering weeks remain consistent across different phenotypes. The strain’s characteristic pungent aroma is also evident across the board, so discreet growers must prepare beforehand.
For outdoor growers, Strawberry Kush is ready to harvest around mid-October in the northern hemisphere. It thrives in a warm and sunny climate but can also do well in cool temperatures producing up to 500 grams of sticky buds per plant in optimal conditions. Indoors, the same yield size can be expected for every square meter. Super-cropping or growing multiple Strawberry Kush plants in a Sea of Green method can help you achieve the most crop. Lollippoping is also a good option if you end up with taller phenotypes.