Pumpkin Kush is an exceptionally tasty variety with exotic origins. Her roots lie in the West Indies, a region famed for its high-quality landrace genetics and heirloom cultivars. The strain descends partially from Lambsbread, a famous sativa that originates from Jamaica. Rastas and psychonauts praise the strain, and Bob Marley is even rumored to have smoked it.
Breeders were given permission from local growers to transport this tropical specimen back to the United States. Upon arrival in Northern California, they crossed it with another legendary variety. Pre-98 Bubba Kush was harnessed to balance the genetic profile and enhance the terpene content.
After several generations of selective breeding, Pumpkin Kush entered the world. The strain is slightly sativa-dominant. It features 60% sativa and 40% indica genetics.
EFFECTS, FLAVOUR, AND AROMA OF PUMPKIN KUSH
Pumpkin Kush produces a high that targets both the body and the mind. The sativa and indica genetics converge to create a multifaceted effect. The high comes on almost instantly and begins as a euphoric sensation. Creative thoughts flow without resistance, and conversations are likely to become deep and philosophical. This part of the high motivates and stimulates, making Pumpkin Kush a superb smoke before the gym.
Eventually, the effects descend into a soothing body high. Within an hour or two, the body feels loose, and thoughts begin to slow down. If you’ve got stuff to do, take another hit to feel the stimulation again. If your day is nearing its end, allow the high to sweep you into a deep rest.
Pumpkin Kush develops small flowers with a level of 20%. Her buds also produce delicious scents and tastes of sweetness, pumpkin pie, spice, and flowers.
GROWING PUMPKIN KUSH
Pumpkin Kush grows to a medium height both indoors and outdoors. It’s a good choice for cultivators dealing with limited space. It’s also easy to keep hidden, and appeals to growers looking to keep a low profile. Plants grown indoors provide a good yield of 525g/m² after a flowering time of 60 days. Plants cultivated outdoors in the elements offer a rewarding return of 700 g/plant and are ready to harvest in early October.