Green House Seeds introduces Bubba Slush, a very special plant whose genes seem to have come from California rather than Europe. But this strain has many other remarkable qualities that we will see in detail. Let's go...
What is Bubba Slush like?
Its yield is on a par with the most commercial varieties on the market and, in addition, it is capable of producing a lot in a relatively short time, despite having a very compact indica appearance. In organoleptic terms it is a jewel and its effect can be considered both playful and therapeutic. Its cultivation is not very difficult but, like most cannabis strains, after several harvests is when you get all the juice.
What is the genetics of Bubba Slush?
This is a hybrid between Bubba Kush and Gelato, 2 of the most consumed weed of all time in the USA. The Bubba is a descendant of the OG Kush, which was the favorite of many Californian rappers until it was replaced by the Gelato, a cross between the Sunset Sherbert and Girl Scout Cookies created by the popular breeder, Sherbinskis.
How is it grown indoors and outdoors?
Its low, dense and dense structure forces to give a little more vegetative growth cycle in indoor cultivation to end up with a good size. 9 plants/3x3ft (m2) in 2.9 US gal (11 liter) pots will need about 25 days to cover the whole illuminated area. It is not necessary to prune, Bubba Slush develops many branches that are naturally good height, and since it doesn't grow that tall, it's not a problem.
Outdoors it's quite discreet to the eye, not so much to the smell since it starts to flower, but remains as a small bush easy to hide. To make the best use of its great profile of terpenes we recommend its cultivation in an organic or vegan way. In this case it is not necessary to prune either, and although its branches are quite strong it is a good option to put some support for the branches when it starts to fatten the buds.
When is Bubba Slush Feminized harvested?
Indoors it is cut after about 9 weeks of flowering, fully ripe. With this plant you can "play" a little with the cutting date, as the effect varies if you cut a few days earlier or later.
In the open air or in greenhouses, its harvest arrives during the first half of October in the northern hemisphere. Outdoor growers in the Southern Hemisphere will have to wait until the first half of April.
How is the production of these seeds?
In well-equipped indoor crops it is relatively easy to achieve a large harvest, even exceeding the gram/watt barrier, from 21.2 oz per 3x3ft (600 grams per m2). Good doses of fertilizer are possible when there is enough light and in expert hands this is not difficult, although a novice grower may need more than one crop to maximize yield.Outdoors it is not usually a problem, sowing in a pot of more than 7.9 US gal (30 liters) with a quality substrate, located in a place where it receives the most hours of direct sun possible and the production can exceed 28.2 oz (800 grams) per plant.
What does this feminized plant taste and smell like?
At this point it deserves a special mention, because rarely are the terpenes and flavonoids of the two parents of the cross so clearly intermingled. The Bubba part gives its touch to roasted coffee, very penetrating and marked. The Gelato part imposes its characteristic sweetness and creaminess, so the taste is perfect, like a refreshing iced coffee on a summer afternoon.
What is the effect of Bubba Slush?
Mainly it brings peace and tranquility, both physically and mentally, so it can be considered a very successful weed to relax after a hard day's work. In medical terms it is really suitable for relieving certain muscle pains, opening the appetite, falling asleep and other things. The best thing is that you don't need to take much to feel its effects well and they are long lasting.
Buy Bubba Slush seeds from Green House
This is one of those cannabis genetics that comes out once every 10 years, and now you have the opportunity to be one of the first to try it. Make room for it in your garden and enjoy the most advanced weed on the international scene.