Walker Kush Marijuana Seeds Information
Walker Kush is a cross of Albert Walker and Rare Dankness #1. It emits an aroma of pungent wet soil with hints of refreshing pine and tangy fruit. Upon combustion, its citric undertones intensify. Walker Kush buds have dense, tight triangle-shaped bright neon green nugs covered dark orange pistils and sugary amber crystal trichomes.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Walker Kush?
Walker Kush is an enticing concoction of spicy pepper and Kush that could potentially induce coughing. Counteracting it is a refreshing pine and rich earthy flavor. It quickly develops into a mild citrus taste on the exhale.
Its effect is a mellow cerebral high that brings a calming euphoric lift that boosts your mood. You will feel happy and clear-headed. Afterward, its body high infuses you with a feeling of deep relaxation. There is no couch lock tendency, just laziness to get up and move. It is best for use later in the day after a hard day’s work you want some calming relief.
What are the Medical Benefits of Walker Kush?
Medically speaking, Walker Kush is beneficial to those people who suffer from ADD/ADHD, anorexia, depression, headaches, insomnia, loss of appetite, migraines, PMS, PTSD, and stress.
It is an effective analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, appetite booster, and relaxant.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Walker Kush.
Dry mouth and dry, itchy eyes are side effects manifested from marijuana-induced dehydration. To remedy this, hydration is the key. Drink lots of fluids and use an eye moisturizer drop to soothe those irritated red eyes.
Anxiety, dizzy spells, and worse, paranoia may occur in rare cases. This is due to overconsumption, so go slow with the doses, especially if you are a first-timer.
How to Grow Walker Kush?
Walker Kush is relatively easy to grow. It thrives both indoors and outdoors. However, it is best grown indoors where you can easily manage the environment by adjusting factors like lighting, humidity, and temperature. Outdoors, there is more space for the plants to grow and spread out. It also has sunlight the natural way, which gives yields vigorously. Growers will only have to ensure that no parasites ravage the growing area and that there are no obstructions that hinder the light.
You can try using the Sea of Green method. By coaxing the main cola, the vegetative phase is shortened without affecting yields. Space is also maximized. You may need to prune it, though. Air circulation and light distribution could be affected by the crowding of the plants. You must remove branches and thin out its foliage to improve aeration and illumination in the lower nodes.
Indoors, Walker Kush flowers between 8 to 10 weeks to produce 12 to 16 ounces of buds per square meter. Using boosters and subjecting it to the advanced growing techniques will give higher yields.
Outdoors, it fully matures around the end of October, although flowers could be harvested around the second or third week of the same month. At least 16 ounces of buds are expected per plant under the right condition.