Fat BananaRoyal Queen Seeds
Fat Banana feminized marijuana seeds by Royal Queen Seeds are the result of an intense research process and of the selective breeding of a very special cannabis strain. This unusual specimen has a much to offer, for any kind of users, but especially for those who are looking for something truly different and surprising.
Obtained by crossing and OG Kush and a Banana, Fat Banana is a cannabis strain full of potential that produces extra thick buds with THC levels up to 25 %. Her fruity banana aroma is simply addictive!
In terms of growing, you are dealing with a marijuana plant that flowers in 7 or 8 weeks when grown indoors and yields about 400 g/m2. Outdoors, however, she can get really big, so you’ll surely need tutors to help her support the weight of her huge branches.
Fat Banana delivers a completely physical effect, starting with a slight sensation of euphoria, then evolving into a potent high: Once you’re able to get up from the couch again, you might fin yourself craving junk food to silence your heavily growling stomach. Fat Banana is not suitable for people who aren’t used to potent effects, in particular since her delicious sweet and fruity flavour masks the simply devastating true nature of this top-notch Kush.
Characteristics of Fat Banana marijuana seeds by Royal Queen Seeds
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|Seed Bank||Royal Queen Seeds|
|Genotype||50% Indica / 50% Sativa|
|Cross||Banana x OG Kush|
|Suitable for||Indoors and outdoors|
|Indoor flowering||56 days|
|Indoor yield||350-400 g/m2|
|Indoor height||80-140 cm|
|Outdoor harvest time||September / September|
|Outdoor yield||450-500 g/plant|
|Outdoor height||1.7 m|
*Cannabinoid levels (THC, CBD...) could vary due to external factors such as the culture medium, grower's experience, cultivation techniques (SOG, SCROG...), environmental conditions, or genetic variation.