Roadkill Skunk

Reported Genotype
hybrid

Strain Description

Roadkill Skunk is a strain with somewhat cloudy beginnings. A household strain name since the 1970s, Roadkill Skunk has conflicting origin stories, plus different versions of the strain from different seed banks have emerged. One version of Roadkill Skunk is reported to be an early variety of the original Skunk #1, a cross of Acapulco Gold, Colombian Gold, and an Afghani landrace bred by David Watson (aka Sam the Skunkman). According to online sources, the name Roadkill Skunk was used to differentiate the “skunkier” Skunk #1 varieties from the sweet-leaning ones. The second reported origin of Roadkill Skunk is a cross of Skunk #1 and an Afghani landrace, bred by CannaVenture seeds. Roadkill Skunk is reported to grow short, producing tight, dense buds in a 63-day flowering period. The strain is also easy to grow either indoors or outdoors.

Roadkill Skunk is a strain with somewhat cloudy beginnings. A household strain name since the 1970s, Roadkill Skunk has conflicting origin stories, plus different versions of the strain from different seed banks have emerged. One version of Roadkill Skunk is reported to be an early variety of the original Skunk #1, a cross of Acapulco Gold, Colombian Gold, and an Afghani landrace bred by David Watson (aka Sam the Skunkman). According to online sources, the name Roadkill Skunk was used to differentiate the “skunkier” Skunk #1 varieties from the sweet-leaning ones. The second reported origin of Roadkill Skunk is a cross of Skunk #1 and an Afghani landrace, bred by CannaVenture seeds. Roadkill Skunk is reported to grow short, producing tight, dense buds in a 63-day flowering period. The strain is also easy to grow either indoors or outdoors.

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