from £ 7.95 GBP
Bad Azz is a Kush strain which comes from pre-'98 lineage Los Angeles. Our friends from Nectar sector deliveries asked the rapper to endorse it with his name attached to this potent Kush.
Bad Azz - from Snoop Dogg's entourage known as the Dogg Pound. The Original OG was crossed with an Afghan Kush and thereafter the result was crossed again with Urkel to produce this wonderful marijuana strain.
Bad Ass Kush is a heavy, resinous cannabis strain, tested at 24% THC and 1.1% CBD. This is a very dank, fuel-smelling plant with undertones of forest fruits that has a knock out effect. This strain produces big buds with an amazingly heavy yield. Growing to between 120 - 170 cm. and producing yields of 700 gr/m2 she will finish in 8 weeks flowering (7 weeks with a little help if you are lucky) but she needs to be pruned during the vegetative stage and she can stretch quite a bit in bloom so ensure that there is sufficient space and headroom. Outdoors harvest will be during the second half of September in the northern hemisphere.
A powerfully relaxing strain that can cause some couch-lock especially in those not used to it.
|Height Notes||120-170 cms|
|Taste Notes||Diesel, Fruity, Fuel|
|Noted Effects||Long-lasting, Powerful, Relaxing|
|Genetics||Original OG x Urkel x Afghan Kush|
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