Skywalker Ghost and Triangle Kush are two rare Indica-heavy cultivars of deep OG Kush heritage. Put them together, and the 420 world has a classic OG hit with a bit of twist.
Their synergy was no accident. These two pots were handpicked for what they can bring on the table. The first parent, Skywalker Ghost, has the epic potency, prolific resin, and citrus zest of Ghost OG. In addition, it boasts of Skywalker OG's exceptional painkilling ability.
Triangle Kush is not so different from the prior weed. Its pain-suppressing capacity is what keeps it in high demand. However, it also has an intense happy high that momentarily halts the existence of depression and stress. Those who have already tried growing this cultivar knows it's not the type to share a generous yield. The good news is, this shortcoming was not passed along to their lovechild.
Homegrown Cannabis is making the lives of those who want to cultivate Skywalker Ghost x Triangle Kush easier. With its feminized variant, cultivators need not look out for male shoots. This assures all the effort one deploys are spent on prolific females that will pop gorgeous buds for a year-round toking.
Growing Skywalker Ghost x Triangle Kush from Feminized Seeds
Skywalker Ghost x Triangle Kush is a joy to raise due to its Indica genetics. Even as its colas start to bear more weight, its branches are robust enough to carry them with no support. Moreover, it is the hard-wearing type that can hold out against pests and diseases. Just keep its thick foliage well-groomed with periodic pruning and trimming so no mold or mildew can harm it.
In an indoor setting, this variant grows well in soil or hydroponics. Those who plan to cultivate several of this cultivar will significantly benefit from using a Sea of Green setup. Such technique increases the turnout up to 600 grams per square meter after 8 to 9 weeks of flowering.
The pot also does well outdoors and can withstand slightly cold climates. In the northern hemisphere, cultivators can harvest around 700 grams of buds no later than October. Beyond that month, the chilly winds of the coming winter season may harm the plant.
Fragrance and Flavor
Phantom Menace will not disappoint OG Kush fans. It disperses a pungent earthy fragrance that entices onlookers even when it hasn't finished flowering yet. The smell is most similar to that of a damp flowerbed. Once lit, it also releases a spicy and citrusy scent that tickles and warms the nostrils.
The pot's aroma is parallel to its taste. There's a slight beetroot flavor trickled with a bit of lemon zest. Its sapidity also brings a hint of spicy sandalwood that leaves a mild heat on the tongue.
No matter how bad or good one's day went, Phantom Menace is sure to spice it up. A soaring yet light mental buzz will kick in promptly after the first toke. Like a dream that's more clear than hazy, everything seems wonderfully surreal. A euphoric flight will then manifest and uplift the spirit.
As the high ascends, a relaxing pull will lure tokers to laze on the couch or the bed. The slow-spreading calm will soothe any tension and pain on its way. After it has unchained every muscle and joint, enjoyers will feel so light. It is as if an unseeable cloud of tranquillity is keeping them afloat.
After an hour or two, the eyelids will feel heavy and so would the head. Sleep will come in a few minutes, and it would run off with the tokers for many hours.
Feminized Phantom Menace Seeds
Phantom Menace seeds showers its tokers with immense benefits. Like a much-needed storm, it hydrates and brings life back to the parched soil. This cultivar is rare, getting hold of it can be well considered a feat.
Why do dispensary-hopping when growing it is so uncomplicated? With its feminized seeds from Homegrown Cannabis, its fans can cultivate their own stash. No more worrying about male shoots to scrap. Just sow, raise, and secure a whole year of toking supply effortlessly.