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Three Blue Kings is a very interesting and unusual hybrid produced from the great yielding Blue Dream with a strain called Three Kings, itself a 3-way cross of Headband/Sour Diesel with OG Kush. It is 70% indica.
This is another big plant from Humboldt and it will only realise its full size and potential when grown outdoors in warm, dry climates or in a greenhouse elsewhere. In the great outdoors a height of 400 cm. is not unusual and its yield of 3000 - 4000 gr/plant, ready in mid-October, really is quite exceptional even by the standards of this famous breeder.
Indoors plants should enjoy a medium-length period of vegetative growth before being switched to the flowering schedule. After 63 - 70 days of florescence yields of 450 - 600 gr/m2 will be obtained. The plants themselves are very strong and need no support at all. Buds are large and dense, full of resin crystals.
The scent is sweet, fruity and zesty while the tastes include pine, diesel fuel, petrol and lemon. THC is rated at 24% with 0.1% CBD giving a profoundly couch-lock effect along with warm, cerebral sensations.
|Height Notes||Up to 400 cms|
|Taste Notes||Diesel, Lemon, Pine|
|Noted Effects||Cerebral, Couch Lock|
|Genetics||Blue Dream x Three Kings ((Headband x Sour Diesel) x OG Kush)|
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