Orange Bud Marijuana Seeds Growing Review.
Orange Bud marijuana was first created by Dutch Passion during the early 1990’s. A blend of two pure-Skunk varieties, it offers a stable, balanced blend of 50% Indica, 50% Sativa genes. The plants are dense and compact, with thick stems and strong branches. A favorite with Sea-of-Green growers, producing generous harvests of large buds, with a thick coating of resin.
Once germinated and sprouted, the plants require a warm, Mediterranean climate, with long-hours of strong, direct sunlight to achieve their best growth. Planted outside from the middle of Spring, the plants have a long vegetative period, producing large, bushy plants with multiple budding sites. Flowering begins as the daylight hours reduce, culminating in early-October harvests.
Indoor growers often produce the best quality harvests. A stable environment, plenty of fresh air, water and nutrients, can lead to fast, explosive growth. The plants can be cultivated using a variety of techniques, from soil to hydroponics, but are best-suited by the Sea-of-Green technique. Close-quarter growing quickly produces a thick, even canopy, over a 4 -8 week vegetative cycle.
An easy-to-grow hybrid strain, the balance of Indica and Sativa produce large, dense buds, coated in thick, orange-colored hairs. A citrus-orange aroma, fills the growing area as maturity approaches. With good conditions and a flowering period of 8 – 9 weeks, plants can yield up to 14-ounces per square meter. Outdoors, plants can produce up to 14-ounces each, given similar conditions.