· Genotype: Banana OG x Purple Punch 2.0
· 50% Indica 50% Sativa
· Type: THC Feminized
· THC: high - CBD: low
· Indoor vegetative period: 3-4 weeks
· Indoor flowering period: 9-10 weeks
· Indoor yield/m²: 450 gr
· Outdoor height: 1,7-2 meters
· Outdoor harvest:
Northern hemisphere: mid - late octuber
Southern hemisphere: mid - late april
· Outdoor yield/plant: + 500 gr
Crossing of the famous Banana OG, known worldwide for its ripe banana flavour and aroma, with the famous Purple Punch 2.0. Banana Purp is a slender variety with good branching. It is a good choice for growing in SOG or SCROG as it has a lot of vigour and can multiply its size once it goes into flowering. Outdoors, pruning is recommended to give it a bushier shape and to increase its production. It has large, hard, and resin-filled buds. It is ideal for extractions of all kinds. The flavour and effect combines the ripe bananas of Banana OG with the grapey notes and berry flavour of Purple Punch 2.0. Its effect is characterised by an initial euphoric effect, which quickly turns into relaxation and physical well-being.
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