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Purple Urkle Strain Information & Review

Purple Urkle strain

The Purple Urkle strain is among the most popular indica hybrids around, despite — or even due to — its mysterious origins. 

A superstar since the 1980s, this cultivar delivers fruity aromas underpinned with a muskiness typical of potent cannabis. A tide of physical and mental effects soon follows, sending you straight to cloud nine. 

This variety is a staple of endless cannabis gardens, and for several good reasons. Are you ready to experience the goodness and try your hand at the Purple Urkle pot strain at home? Let’s discuss everything these gorgeous buds have to offer.

Purple Urkle strain(aka Purple Urple, Purple Urkel)

This award-winning variety has a history as complex as its flavor and effect profiles. Before we dive into the details, let’s run through the basic Purple Urkle strain info:

Purple Urkle strain information
Purple Urkle strain information

Purple Urkle strain description

The Purple Urkle weed is an indica-dominant hybrid with surprisingly balanced effects

It originated on the West coast and immediately became a favorite among medical users for its heavenly aroma and healing properties. Its potency soon put it on the radar of exclusively recreational users, too.

The fragrance makes your mouth water as early as the first whiff, with powerful notes of grape and earthy sweetness. The fruity flavor persists on your tongue, followed by a hint of berries and an undertone of pure Skunkweed.

Although not the most potent cannabis herb in the Homegrown library, the Purple Urkle strain THC levels are nothing to scoff at, regularly surpassing 20%. Stoners call this one a ‘two-hitter-quitter,’ meaning that two hits are enough to feel the full scope of its effects.

The strain of Purple Urkle sends a mellow, euphoric high right to the brain. Stress and tension lift off your shoulders with the initial puff, leaving room for pure bliss to come. You’ll find yourself feeling upbeat, creative, focused, and clear-headed in no time. 

An intense physical calm accompanies cerebral intoxication. It’s an ideal smoke for the end of a tiring day, melting away chronic pain and worries in one stroke and putting even the insomniacs among us to deep, restful sleep

Purple Urkle strain grow information

The Purple Urkle strain develops like a quintessential indica, growing short and stout and blossoming into dense, cone-shaped buds. It doesn’t tend to stretch over 35-45 inches tall, making it ideal for low-headroom indoor cultivation setups

In that case, it requires controlled conditions but isn’t too fussy about any of them. You won’t run into any significant issues, except perhaps with patience. The Purple Urkle flowering time is quite long, often reaching the 10-week mark.

Open-air growers will have a similarly straightforward experience. All it takes is ample sunshine and a warm environment, and you’ll be ready to harvest between the second and the third week of October. The Purple Urkle strain yield remains generous outdoors, with up to 14 ounces of flower per plant.

Handy tips for taking care of a Purple Urkle plant include:

  • Prune and trim. This cannabis plant has dense foliage, making some TLC crucial to ensure optimal light exposure.
  • Try SOG. The sea of green works wonders with these bushy crops, further increasing the already bountiful harvests.
  • Watch for nutrition issues. A nutrient deficiency could be the death of this marijuana cultivar. A balanced nute solution is ideal.

Purple Urkle strain genetics

The Purple Urkle cannabis strain first showed up on the California medical marijuana scene in the late 1980s. The origins of this gorgeous cultivar are still unclear, but the current consensus places them in Mendocino County.

Here’s what we know about Purple Urkle genetics:

Purple Urkle strain genetics
Purple Urkle strain genetics

Purple Urkle strain seeds to buy near you

At the moment, you’ll find only feminized Purple Urkle marijuana seeds in our shop. We’ll do our best to acquire the two other varieties ASAP. 

For now, fans of auto and reg cannabis seeds can satisfy their hunger with alternative strains. Here are our top suggestions per category:

  • Feminized weed seeds. We offer a 99% guarantee that our seeds germinate into exclusively fertile mother plants producing smokable weed. The Purple Urkle feminized seeds make the cultivation process as hassle-free as it gets.
  • Autoflowering weed seeds. Until we sell the faster, non-photoperiod version of the Purple Urkle strain, try Blueberry autoflowering seeds for a similar THC potency and sharp berry aroma.
  • Regular weed seeds. If you feel like trying to breed with this strain, its child of Grandaddy Purple regular seeds is yet another iconic indica with similar properties, minus the hints of Skunk.

Purple Urkle strain reviews

When your weed seeds arrive, we encourage you to drop a Purple Urkle weed strain review and inspire other stoners in the community to give it a shot.

Here are some Purple Urkle reviews from our customers:

Kirby W.

Very beautiful and healthy-looking, going on for six weeks.

Michael S. 

This is my favorite strain, and I can’t wait to get started!

Taste the gold standard

The Purple Urkle strain has it all, from a gorgeous appearance when it reaches flowering to profound head-to-toe effects and mysterious origins to keep stoners guessing. It’s a must-try for medical and recreational use, and our feminized seeds are the perfect place to start. 

If you’re all set and prepping to cultivate, sign up with the Purple Urkle Homegrown Diary to track your progress and share it with our community. Our Homegrown Diaries are the best place for getting expert advice in real-time. 

While you’re at it, check out the Homegrown Forum. It’s home to all things weed to keep you up to date with the latest industry trends.

About the author: Parker Curtis

Parker Curtis has around a decade of cannabis-growing experience, specialising in soil-less and hydro grows. He’s mastering outdoor, greenhouse, and indoor grows.

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