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Take a vacation from the constant hustle and bustle of daily life and recharge by basking in the tropical delight of the Trail mix pack offered by Homegrown Cannabis Co. This tasty collection features fruity strains such Banana Kush, Mango Kush, and Blackberry Kush which will inevitably revitalize and soothe tired souls.
Banana Kush, a perennial favorite among creatives, is banana-scented and flavored hybrid that resulted from crossing Ghost OG - a cut from the famed OG Kush - and Skunk Haze. It offers a body-centered sedating high nicely complemented by a rush of psychotropic euphoria that enhances sociability and creativity. With off-the-charts THC levels, it also has high medicinal value, especially for patients managing severe and chronic pain.
Another tropical favorite in the Trail mix pack is Mango Kush - a rather delicious Indica hybrid with superior traits from Mango Indica and Hindu Kush. Apart from its tart mango flavor and aroma, it entices enthusiasts with its energetic euphoria that brings out the chatterbox in shy introverts. After a while though, prepare to settle down as the relaxing high takes over.
Lastly, there is Blackberry Kush - a high potency strain often used to alleviate severe conditions due its extremely relaxing and therapeutic effects. Among the three, it has the least energetic effects due to its predominantly Indica lineage. Its effects are robust enough to knock one out in a peaceful slumber.
With Homegrown Cannabis Co.'s Trail mix pack, choosing between the three is no longer necessary as cultivators and enthusiasts alike could relish all three in one tropical Kush experience.
Growing Trail Mixpack
Most cannabis strains adored nowadays descended from the Kush varieties which are known for being hardy and incredibly resinous. As with most Kush strains, the fruity varieties in the Trail mixpack bear dense nugs brimming with a thick layer of trichomes. Not only does this allure growers with the possibility of having high THC content, but it also promises a rich terpene profile.
With such exceptional qualities, it is not hard to see why most growers would want to try the Trail mixpack. However, rearing these Indica-dominant Kush strains requires previous experience in cannabis horticulture because of the difficulties one might encounter while growing these plants. Thus, the contents of this mixpack are not optimal as introductory strains. Seasoned growers, however, would find the task doable. This trio can even be grown simultaneously because all share the same flowering period of 8 to 9 weeks.
Banana Kush grows to be a bushy plant, so it maintains a compact structure throughout its lifetime. It is best cultivated indoors since the climatic conditions can be easily controlled here. It favors environments with adequate airflow and low humidity (40%). Hence, pruning is essential for it to flourish because it allows the air and light to penetrate the lower branches.
The choice of substrate depends on the grower's priorities. For a much rapid and explosive growth, set it up for a hydroponics system. On the other hand, use organic soil for boosting the terpene profile. Whichever medium gets chosen, it is advisable to use the Sea of Green (SOG) technique to expedite the development in the vegetative phase and maximize the productivity of the plant.
In terms of feeding requirements, Banana Kush thrives with medium to heavy strength nutrients and appropriate doses of bloom boosters. Feeding it with essential micronutrients will help lessen its susceptibility to white powdery mildew.
With proper care and sustenance, it will produce dense, resinous buds weighing 450 to 550 grams per square meter (indoors) and about 550 to 700 grams per plant (outdoors) after 8 to 9 weeks of flowering. Although it tends to develop sturdy branches, the production of such fat buds could weigh down its stems. Hence, it is best to support the stems to prevent it from breaking.
Unlike Banana Kush which prefers an indoor environment, this bushy plant thrives best when cultivated outdoors. However, it needs a specific type of environment to thrive outdoors. When exposed to Mediterranean climate and ample sunlight, it grows and thickens rapidly, thereby offering a high yield. To further boost its productivity, set it up for a hydroponics system and employ the SOG technique.
Its bushy profile requires regular trimming or pruning to get rid of the unnecessary growths that block air and sunlight from penetrating the lower branches. Thus, deftness in high-stress training (HST) would go a long way when cultivating this plant. However, do not trim its foliage all at once as it could shock the plant. Instead, do it in small multi-sessions. It is also unadvisable to prune it less than a week before it is forced in the blooming stage as it could stress the plant and significantly lower the yields.
Mango Kush also needs ample calcium and magnesium for it to produce the resinous buds it is famous for. A natural solution for that would be to add blackstrap molasses to the soil as it is rich in potassium, calcium, magnesium, and other essential micronutrients.
Given that all its needs are met, Banana Kush will reward the grower with 400 grams (indoors) to 450 grams (outdoors) of trichome-laden buds after 8 to 9 weeks of blooming.
Being a plant that reaches a height of merely 3 to 6 ft, Blackberry Kush is not particularly a high yielder. However, its thick, trichome-rich nugs clearly make up for it. Among the three Kush strains, this variety might prove to be the most difficult to rear due to its sensitivity to inclement weather conditions and susceptibility to pest infestations.
Although it is naturally resistant against molds and mildews, it is prone to spider mites and botrytis attacks. However, this could be remedied by cultivating it indoors where the environment could be tailored to have low humidity and adequate ventilation. Indoor gardening would also make it possible to cold shock the plant to bring out its stunning lavender hues.
Unlike its cousins, this plant has a high calyx-to-leaf ratio, so it should be rarely topped or subjected to HST. Instead, it must be coaxed to branch out laterally either by mainlining or using the Screen of Green technique.
Despite its compact size, this plant is a heavy feeder which requires regular maintenance. It needs heavy magnesium feeding throughout its growth cycle. Otherwise, magnesium deficiency can significantly reduce its growth and productivity. Heavy feeding of nitrogen during the vegetative stage will also help boost node development.
Under optimal conditions, it could produce 450 to 500 grams of massive buds with gluey trichomes after 8 to 9 weeks. However, to further boost the potency of its flavor, it is suggested to harvest it a bit later than usual.
Fragrance and Flavor
While most strains are typically smoked, these Kush hybrids are particularly great for making edibles because of its delectable tropical flavors. The scent of sweet, sugary, and fruity notes with nuances of bananas and ripe mangoes are apparent in both Banana Kush and Mango Kush. Meanwhile, Blackberry Kush exudes a unique cocktail of fragrance that is pungent, hashy, and gasoline-like at the same time. It is also outlined with the fragrance of sweet berries and a fruity, earthy undertone.
Flavor-wise, Banana Kush greets the senses with the sharpness of skunk and an aftertaste of subtly sweet bananas. Every hit is noticeably creamy and fresh. Meanwhile, Mango Kush revitalizes the taste buds with citrus and sweet notes of ripe mangoes that are juicy and gently wakeful. On the other hand, Blackberry Kush has a surprisingly earthy, spicy taste with subtle notes of berry. Inhaling puffs from this strain is bound to be smooth and thus, does not induce coughing.
Although the strains it contains are all Indica-leaning, the Trail mixpack offers the best of both worlds by delivering a revitalizing yet eventually sedating high - thanks to its Kush lineage which naturally exerts an uplifting euphoria. This makes Banana, Mango, and Blueberry Kush perfect for socializing with friends or loved ones on a lazy afternoon.
With THC level clocking in at around 27%, Banana Kush induces well-balanced effects. The onset starts with a rush of cerebral stimulation that boosts focus and creativity – a perfect combination for getting things done efficiently. Aside from the mental boost, it also induces a positive, upbeat feeling which, in turn, makes the consumer more inclined to socialize with others.
After a while though, this euphoria will eventually culminate into a soothing feeling of intense relaxation. Starting from the temples down to every limb, this sedation will gradually slow down physical activities and compel the body to sink into the depths of drowsiness - taking away stress and muscle soreness as it goes.
Mango Kush, much like its previously mentioned cousin, promotes an energetic and upbeat state of mind as well as a sense of tranquility that complements each other perfectly. It starts by permeating the mind with happy thoughts that inevitably uplifts the mood and induces giggling fits.
Eventually though, this euphoria tapers off to a profound body numbing buzz that wipes away stress and muscle tensions. It spreads a sense of calmness that soothes the body from head to toe and weighs it down - so much so that the consumer would want nothing but to lay down in the couch. As such, this strain is perfect for unwinding after a long, stressful day at work, or during days when the tasks are more laidback and there are not much physical activities involved.
Unlike the previous strains, Blackberry Kush is best enjoyed hours before dinner as it induces a heavy onset of munchies that significantly boosts cravings and appetite. After a hearty meal, it would start exerting sedating effects that weigh down on the mind and body with a robust couchlock body high. It starts off with a calming sensation that soothes down the mind and muscle to its very core. Then, it unwinds tensed muscles and washes away worries - thus, inspiring a peaceful, elated, and contented feeling that eventually ushers forth a tranquil slumber.
Mixed Trail Pack
Homegrown Cannabis Co. combines the astounding traits of Banana Kush, Mango Kush, and Blackberry Kush in one incredible mixpack bursting with refreshing tropical flavors. With fruity fragrances reminiscent of their namesakes, these strains appease the olfactory sense and makes the cannabis experience ever more sublime. In terms of its effects, the Trail mixpack offers euphoric stimulation, soothing relaxation, and long-lasting relief from different ailments.
In the aspect of horticulture, previous experience in cannabis rearing may be needed to successfully cultivate these plants. Nevertheless, all hard work will undoubtedly pay off once the dense, trichome-laden buds come into fruition.
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Seeds germinated and are doing well!! Can’t wait until flower.