Bruce Banner Regular Marijuana Seeds is a sativa-dominant cannabis strain known for its excellent yields and towering THC at 26 percent. This is an energetic, relaxing, euphoric, talkative, and uplifting strain which can also be used to deal with medical conditions like depression, anxiety, arthritis, stress, and migraines. You will surely like its berry, citrus, diesel, sweet and flowery flavors.
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Award-Winning Sativa-dominant Cannabis Strain
Bruce Banner Regular definitely exists up to its name that helps to hold back one’s irritation, everyday stress and quickly keep you alert, mindful as well as motivated. It comes from its genotype parents OG Kush and the Strawberry Diesel that makes it be the powerhouse when it comes to complete potential. This strain also offers a strong diesel smell with a berry flavor aftertaste. Bruce Banner Regular has 60% of Sativa content with a 40% Indica that most users find so fantastic to eliminate different ailments such as depression, stress, ADHD as well as those who lose their appetite.
This award-winning strain also comes with a high THC content that consists of 20 to 22%. Cannabis cultivators may be enticed to grow these Bruce Banner Regular seeds because it is not just an undemanding plant to grow but also a massive yield producer. However, growing it indoors may produce a strong fuel-like smell that possibly spread throughout your growing room. Installing a high-standard filter is advisable to do so. Aside from that, growing Bruce Banner Regular seed indoors requires that the temperatures must be between 18 to 26 degrees Celsius to secure the plant against moisture that can possibly appear.
After 65 to 70 days of flowering time, expect to harvest a huge number of yields about 800 grams every square meter. Due to its pungent smell, if you prefer to cultivate outdoors, it is advisable to grow it in an area that is quite far from the neighborhood. You must also need to place a shelter in case of unpredictable weather. Harvest comes during early October, and each plant may produce up to 1000 grams of buds.