Early Skunk Feminized is our best all-rounder for outdoor cultivation. It promises bumper outdoor crops in virtually any climate. This cannabis strain makes it possible, even in Northern Europe, to grow cannabis hybrids that combine uncomplicated skunk genetics with a powerful hybrid buzz. So it’s no wonder that our feminized Early Skunk won an award at the High Life Cannabis Cup.
- Feminized strain
- Cannabis cup winners
- Sativa / Indica Hybrid
- Average flowering period
- High plant
- XXL yield
- Cool /Cold
About Early Skunk Feminized
Early Skunk Feminized cannabis seeds promise premium results outdoors. Lush yields are possible, even in rainy Northern Europe. The robust nature and resilience of this cannabis strain mean it’s also of interest to novices.
Until recently, it seemed impossible to grow skunks and other potent hybrids to full maturity in regions with short summers. Since the fat buds tend towards mould in poor weather, growers were forced to harvest their plants before flowering had reached its peak. Sensi Seeds set out to resolve this problem once and for all.
Early Skunk Feminized growth pattern
The answer is Early Skunk Feminized (35% sativa, 65% indica). These cannabis seeds combine the vitality and size of Skunk #1 with the hardiness of Early Pearl in a feminine hybrid with a turbo-charged result. On your balcony, in the garden or in any other sunny spot, Early Skunk will thrive anywhere!
Its great reliability immediately catapulted Early Skunk into first place in our outdoor collection. This feminized strain, which produces female plants only, saves growers from having to weed out male shoots at the start of the flowering period.
Just like the original, these seeds produce resistant, fast-growing and amazingly dynamic plants that yield bumper crops of moist, sugar-glazed buds. The inclusion of Early Pearl enables Early Skunk to mature weeks before Skunk #1, significantly increasing resistance to mould.
During the flowering stage, Early Skunk Feminized achieves above-average growth. The plants can easily reach in excess of two metres. To exploit their full potential, you should leave them for 55 to 65 days. Your plants will thank you with resin-encrusted bud formation and rich yields that reveal their indica genetics.
Advanced cultivation techniques such as Sea of Green (SOG), Screen of Green (SCROG), Supercropping and Lollipopping are generally used for indoor cultivation, but they can also generate bigger yields outside in the fresh air.
Effect, flavour and smell of Early Skunk Feminized
While the indica genes dominate in the growth pattern, the sativa components are immediately noticeable in the final effect. A mild, bright high combines with the warm, relaxing stone of skunk, taking smokers to new dimensions. Keep a few snacks close to hand, as this weed is known to trigger the munchies.
During the flowering period, this cannabis strain has a rather intensive scent, but on consumption, you’ll notice more of mild sweetness. Don’t expect an explosion of flavour. Its mild aroma is precisely what many smokers love.
Did you know?
- In 2006, Early Skunk won an award at the High Life Cannabis Cup.
- In addition to this feminized version of the strain, for purists, we also offer Early Skunk Regular.
|Seed Type||Feminized strain||Early Skunk Feminized is a feminized strain, which will only produce plants that flower as females.|
|Cannabis Cup Winner||Cannabis cup winners||Early Skunk Feminized has won a Cannabis Cup or another Cannabis Award.|
|Sativa / Indica||Sativa / indica Hybrid||The Early Skunk Feminized is a Sativa / Indica Hybrid.|
|Flowering Time||Average flowering period||Early Skunk Feminized will need an average flowering time to reach their full potential.|
|Height||High plant||Early Skunk Feminized will grow substantially during the flowering phase.|
|Yield||XXL yield||Early Skunk Feminized can produce an outrageous amount of weed but may require a little extra attention.|
|Climate Zone||Cool /cold||Early Skunk Feminized is a tough, early flowering strain suitable to be grown outside in most climates|