Big Bud Info
|PLANT TYPE||60% Indica 40% Sativa|
|THC||Up to 16%|
|CBD||< 1% CBD|
|CLIMATE||Indoors and sunny climate|
|YIELDS||16 to 25 oz per 3x3ft|
Big Bud Effects
Big Bud is a four-way hybrid, four different strains that has been made for a long time. It’s one of the first attempts by Sensi at making a commercial strain for commercial growers. It’s a little touchy, but when you get it right, she flies.
Big Bud’s grow difficulty is probably a five on a scale of one to ten, but that has to do more if you want to make it into its commercial potential or not.
Big Bud is bred for indoor, but I’ve seen it grown in every situation and place you can imagine. It’s also been bred into hundreds of strains.
Big Bud’s flowering time, it’s one of those ones that shows a little variability amongst the family, so there’s some phenotype, genome type differences. It usually averages about 70 to 80 days.
The average yield for Big Bud is… this is a big one. It’s one of those ones that’s the first one I’ve seen, like people hit half pound indoors with this stuff, and outdoors can hit a couple few pounds.
Big Bud’s is one of the ones that the phenotypes carries so much variation, there really isn’t an average. It depends on which phenotype you pick out when you veg it.
Pros: it’s a good commercial bud and it will sell. It’s a good bud. Cons: the buzz could be a little better and the taste could be a lot better.
Similar strains to Big Bud is some of its progeny like our Salmon Creek Big Bud. It tastes out of this world, and it yields great, big yields. It’s been bred into a bunch of the higher yielding strains and things.