Purple Voodoo

Reported Genotype
hybrid

Strain Description

Purple Voodoo is so named for its vibrant violet coloring as well as its heritage, which includes a Double Purple Doja female and a male hybrid of Purple Urkle and Purple Diesel. This grape-flavored whammy was originally bred by the team at California Bean Bank to be attractive in sight, smell, and taste. Novice growers will find Purple Voodoo a simple joy to raise, as it thrives in warm and dry climates both indoors and outdoors. Outdoor growers be warned: Purple Voodoo’s stench is hard to mask. The cultivar reaches full maturity at nine weeks indoors or mid-October outdoors in the Northern Hemisphere with plentiful yields of purple and green, orange pistil-covered nugs.

Purple Voodoo is so named for its vibrant violet coloring as well as its heritage, which includes a Double Purple Doja female and a male hybrid of Purple Urkle and Purple Diesel. This grape-flavored whammy was originally bred by the team at California Bean Bank to be attractive in sight, smell, and taste. Novice growers will find Purple Voodoo a simple joy to raise, as it thrives in warm and dry climates both indoors and outdoors. Outdoor growers be warned: Purple Voodoo’s stench is hard to mask. The cultivar reaches full maturity at nine weeks indoors or mid-October outdoors in the Northern Hemisphere with plentiful yields of purple and green, orange pistil-covered nugs.

References

California Bean Bank