What is Orange Kush?
Orange Kush was bred by Green Devil Genetics, a child of the child of Orange Bud and OG Kush. It has California Orange and Blueberry male in its lineage. The amazing orange drink taste and smells like the California Orange mom combined with the sweet euphoria-inducing Blueberry make Orange Kush strain a great sunny day Indica-leaning hybrid.
This kush eases the body into relaxation, lifting moods with a sweet and tangy citrus flavor. Orange kush strain is resistant to most pests and mold and has long, dense buds with many orange hairs and trichome crystals. Its aroma depends on phenotype, from a sour chemical citrus to a very sweet Tang-like orange. Orange Kush weed has several good qualities, with comforting stability between Sativa and Indica effects. Both parent plants of this kush grow a strong single cola and most phenotypes of this hybrid.
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How to grow Orange Kush.
With healthy soils and the right climate, this strain will grow exceptionally well outdoors. You should keep the plant supported by trellising, making sure to remove the growth in the center of the plant. Top the plant 2-3 times to help fill out the canopy. Indoors, this kush plant thrives with hydroponics. If working with a small space, you can use the SCROG (screen of green) method to help increase the kush plant’s yield. The kush start flowering between seven to nine weeks. This bud has a high yield and moderate growth difficulty. It prefers a drier climate with temperatures ranging from 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Growing outside will significantly increase your yield, but it may be grown indoors for better climate control. For its feeding, increase the CalMag and nitrogen inputs at the beginning of the season.