Bubba Kush Info
|PLANT TYPE||100% Indica|
|THC||Up to 22%|
|CBD||< 1% CBD|
|YIELDS||14 to 17 oz per 3x3ft|
Bubba Kush Effects
Pre 98 Bubba Kush the reason why people say Pre 98 is because that is when everybody started coming out with the feminized seeds and Bubba Kush was bastardized. Pre 98 Bubba Kush means original Kush, which will only be one bud. It is very apically dominant. You don’t get it to branch off and all that other.
It makes a very superior smoke, but you do not get a whole bunch of it. That is why people will designate Pre 98/Post 98, because after Post 98, everybody played with it, mixed it back with the hash plant, and we started getting all this stuff that bred into all the crazy Kushes we have today. Real, true, original Kush is from the Hindu Valley. It is a drought-resistant plant. It makes one stalk about this tall, which is about three to four feet, and it makes one bud. Pre 98 Bubba Kush was bred off of a hybrid of four of those, so it is not quite that, but it is not a very big plant, but it is a superior product. It is a connoisseur bud.
Bubba Kush is really great outdoors if you are in a droughty place like down here in Southern California or in a desert, but most people mess up and put too much water on it. It is very drought-tolerant, which means it is not water-tolerant. Even indoors, it is one of the ones you really have to watch your water schedule on and let it go dry. Let’s just say in thirty years of consulting, I have never come across one Bubba Kush plant, or one real Kush plant that has died from lack of water. It is always the other way around.
Pre 98 Bubba Kush is the one to grow easiest of all if you leave it the hell alone.
Pre 98 Bubba Kush is two to four feet.
Pre 98 Bubba Kush averages about seventy to eighty days. It depends on how real Kush-y it is.
Pre 98 Bubba Kush is usually two to four ounces.
The pro of Pre 98 Bubba Kush is it is a phenomenal connoisseur cannabis. The con is very low yields.
There are no similar strains to Pre 98 Bubba Kush. The commercial markets forced them out. There used to be hundreds of similar strains, but the commercial markets pared them way down in the years here recently. I have found if it cannot deliver quality, taste, and yield, the growers will not play with it any more. The newer strains like that are having a hell of a time to find growers right now. That is why patients like me who need them have a really hard time finding them and are willing to pay extra for them.