Early Skunk has been praised highly for its resilience and impressive reliability. It is fast growing, vibrant and gives an excitingly large yield. Combining Skunk #1 and Early Pearl results in a strain which has the best of both strains, the thickness and vitality of Skunk #1 and the resilience of the Early Pearl. It is also extremely independent and versatile meaning it can grow in most outdoor environments, as long as it has access to plenty of direct sunlight. This strain is aimed directly at growers who would normally have had trouble growing these strain types due to extremely short summers. The genetic make - up of this strain eliminates issues that these growers often face such as being forced to harvest the plant before it has fully flowered. Early Skunk, because of its Early Pearl genetics, can finish flowering much sooner than Skunk #1 as well as being far more resistant to mould and fungus. The growing pattern of Early Skunk shows a lot of distinctly Indica qualities, primarily in its solid, resin heavy, flower formation. However the Sativa side, given by Skunk #1, gives it a happy and uplifting effect. Certainly a perfect marriage of genetics from the breeders at Sensi Seeds.
These seeds are sold in their original form as regular seeds. There is still a lot of popularity surrounding regular seeds, even if they aren't given the general credit that they deserve. Many breeders still prefer to use regular seeds for a number of reasons, such as their breeding ability and their resilience. As far as breeding goes the simplest way to breed is still to use a male and a female plant, and since regular seeds grow into a roughly 40% male and 60% female crop, the breeder is given plenty of options when considering their parent plants. They can select the finest of each gender and use these to create their future seeds giving the breeder a far higher level of control over the quality and uniformity of their next crop. Regular seeds certainly enjoy a higher level of independence and resilience and are often used by those who wish to attempt to reintroduce cannabis into the wild.
This plant enjoys an extra, extra large yield as well as a very short flowering period of just 55 - 65 days. It is 35% Sativa and 65% Indica, can be grown in cool or cold climates as long as it is allowed plenty of sunlight, and can grow to rather impressive heights.
Please remember that the growing of cannabis plants and the cultivation of seeds is illegal in some countries - please check the laws of your country and don't be growing any plants if it is against your country's laws