Mendocino Purple Kush is a variety that comes from the cross of 2 mythical varieties brought from Canada such as Mendocino Purple (also known as Purps), also known as Mendocino Purps or Purps, which comes from Mendocino, Humboldt County, California.
And also the Purple Kush, famous not only for its highly narcotic effect but also for the purple tones of its resin-covered buds and its incredible earthy taste.
Mendocino Purple Kush is a plant of stretched bearing but very robust and of very big leaf. Indoors, the SOG is recommended due to its large size. It does not like over-fertilization and quickly marks signs of over-fertilization if we have exceeded the amount of nutrients in the soil when adding liquid fertilizer.
There are 4 phenotypes of Mendocino Purple Kush that give a scale of colors ranging from green to intense violet and make it spectacular. Its aromas vary between the intense earthy aromas of Purple Kush and the sweetened touches of Purps. Purer phenotypes often result in sweeter-smelling buds and more earthy greens. The plants are the greenest and the ones that finish flowering 5-7 days before.
In conclusion, Mendocino Purple Kush is a plant highly recommended for lovers of flavour and potency.