So as to create this delicacy, two outstanding genetics were crossed:
Critical +, a sweet and heavy-yielding strain with a very short flowering typical of the Skunk lineage.
OG Kush, one of the most legendary strains in the USA, noted for her super-potent effect and for her super-intense taste of fuel and lemon.
As expected, the result obtained by Dinafem Seeds was simply unbeatable. A strain that has, not surprisingly, become a must-have for the most prestigious gardens; a strain that masterfully blends together each and every of her predecessors' traits. Anything a cannabis grower could want is here!
Critical Kush is a rather short but incredibly elegant marijuana plant with an open and branchy structure. Huge and light-green buds covered in orangey pistils and in a thick layer of resin are evenly distributed all over her body. A horticultural masterpiece!
Critical Kush knows how to behave for cannabis growers to always need her. She can produce up to 500 g/m2 indoors and 600-900 g/plant outdoors. Harvesting such extraordinary buds is the culmination of a very interesting project with a happy ending.
Critical Kush delivers very intense and special sensations right from the first drag. Her taste is deep, sweet and fruity, and leaves a Kush-like aftertaste that marvelously mixes hints of fuel, lemon and earth. A delight for the taste buds which won’t help wanting more of that special flavour.
Critical Kush produces a soothing, long-lasting and extremely potent effect that will come as some sort of surprise to many people. Without even noticing it, your body will be hit by an indescribable sensation of relaxation that will instantly make you feel as happy and as in peace as ever.
The main asset of Critical Kush is her super-short flowering phase. Outdoors, she’ll be ready for harvest in late September or early October, and, indoors, in some 55-60 days. Despite the great vigour and generosity shown when provided with some attention, she could undergo some moisture-related problems if she’s in regions with constant rain, which is why she’s best grown in dry, warm and temperate climates. It’s also important to remember that her intense aroma could reveal her presence, so, should you decide to grow outdoors, you’d better opt for guerrilla growing. Indoors, using an efficient filter should be enough.