This herb is of average height, causing it to be a suitable counterpart for miniature indoor plots on the assumption that you can rein in its overpowering, strong scent as it is notorious for its incredibly robust vigor and powerful aroma. The aroma is a mixture of berry fruit, diesel drain, and diesel petroleum. It is recognized to be remarkably constant, churning out dependable outcomes each and every yield. Growers must take added care for scent regulation when cultivating near any individuals. Royal AK grows well in both outdoor and indoor locations.
It has an odd, individual flavour; sugary and stale with a trace of pine. It has placed as one of the most eminent modern strains in the world. Despite the fact that it is deemed a Sativa Dominant hybrid, it likewise has a considerable Indica manifestation. This provides it with a sensible head and body high.
For a typically sativa cross, these plants have a brief budding period. They yield solid buds with a small number of leaves that glow with a layer of resin crystals.
It produces dark, yellowish jade blossoms. It contains a small number of hairs. The hairs that are apparent are dark, tawny red. She provides an exceptionally robust, long-term, and pleasurable effect.
It has a THC proportion of 18%. Its genetic background is Columbian, Mexican, Thai, and Afghani. The genetic balance is 60% sativa and 40% Indica. It has an indoor harvest of 525 to 575 grams and an outdoor harvest of 600 to 650 grams per plant dried. The budding time period is between 8-9 weeks.
The inside stature for this strain is from 80 cm to 140 cm. The outside stature is to a certain degree larger with a minimum of 130 cm to 170 cm. The best outside yield time period is in the start of October.
|Breeder/Brand||Royal Queen Seeds|
|Product Types (class)||Seeds THC|
|Genetics||Columbian, Mexican, Thai & Afghan|
|Variety||Indica / Sativa|
|Yield||Indoors: 525-575 gr/m2 & Outdoors: 600-650 gr/plant|
|Plant Height||Indoors: 80 - 140 cm; Outdoors: 130 - 170 cm|
|Flowering Time||8-9 weeks|
|Harvest Month||Early October|