Bombers Dessert Kush

Bombers Dessert Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
12 to 16 ounces per square meter (Indoor Yield)           16 ounces or more per plant (Outdoor Yield)
Flowering Period
56-70 days
Growing Difficulty
51 Inches
Grape, hash, kush, sour tones

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Bombers Dessert Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

Bombers Dessert Kush cannabis strain from C.C.G is an equally adjusted hybrid. It is a cross between the Devil’s Dessert (Devilberry and Strawberry Cream) and the world-class, P.K. Aircraft cannabis strains. This plant does well with fixing and is appropriate for new cultivators to give it a shot. Hues may wind up communicating in a dark tinted purple sheen that basically surprises to take a gander at. This cannabis strain is useful for daytime or night use.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Bombers Dessert Kush?

It tastes and has scents like acrid grapes, kush, and hash. The cannabis strain’s high meanders into your psyche with lightly peppy notes of happiness. That, in this point, changes into a progressively calming, all-out body impact that voids your brain of pessimism and brings munchies.

What are the Medical Benefits of Bombers Dessert Kush?

Its glad high, for instance, is a wellspring of solace among clients managing emotional wellness issues like wretchedness, uneasiness, and PTSD. Its pain-relieving properties calm different hurts in the body, starting from the sanctuaries.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Bombers Dessert Kush

Frequently, it instigates a confounding reaction that forms into an unpretentious sentiment of suspicion as the faculties become massively elevated. Run of the mill of weed. It throws a drought in the eyes and the mouth as its cannabinoids meddle with dampness creation.

How to Grow Bombers Dessert Kush?

It has moderately medium tallness. This implies it fits the most developing spaces yet should be beaten early if there isn’t sufficient vertical space. This strain responds well to the Screen of Green techniques wherein cultivators place a screen over a cluster and weave any branches that experience.

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