Big Skunk Korean

hybrid

Description

Some say this strain has unknown origins but breeder Puffin Farm says it’s a mix of Big Bud, Skunk #1, and Korean genetics. Everyone seems to agree that Big Skunk Korean is hard to find but worth it, with large, purplish buds.


It has a strong floral, skunky scent and harsh, woody taste, according to Puffin. The breeder reports uplifting, balanced effects.

Some say this strain has unknown origins but breeder Puffin Farm says it’s a mix of Big Bud, Skunk #1, and Korean genetics. Everyone seems to agree that Big Skunk Korean is hard to find but worth it, with large, purplish buds.


It has a strong floral, skunky scent and harsh, woody taste, according to Puffin. The breeder reports uplifting, balanced effects.

Top reported effects

  • Aroused

  • Creative

  • Euphoric

Top reported flavors

  • Nutty

Grow information

Online sources say Big Skunk Korean grows well indoors in a controlled climate. Sea of Green (SOG) and pruning are good methods of managing the dense grow while hydroponic growth mediums can increase yields. Big Skunk Korean takes a long time to flower, as much as 15 weeks indoors and mid-to-late October outdoors in the Northern Hemisphere, but the resulting yields can be quite large.

Online sources say Big Skunk Korean grows well indoors in a controlled climate. Sea of Green (SOG) and pruning are good methods of managing the dense grow while hydroponic growth mediums can increase yields. Big Skunk Korean takes a long time to flower, as much as 15 weeks indoors and mid-to-late October outdoors in the Northern Hemisphere, but the resulting yields can be quite large.

References

Puffin Farms

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