MK Ultra Info
|PLANT TYPE||50% Indica 50% Sativa|
|THC||Up to 21%|
|CBD||< 1% CBD|
|YIELDS||6 to 12 oz per 3x3ft|
MK Ultra Effects
MK Ultra is the G13 and OG Kush mixed together, which another problem is that half the cannabis in Southern California right now, or three-fourths of the cannabis, is OG Kush mixed with something else, and I have a lot of problems with that, of limiting the cannabinoid profile for patients and severely limiting the gene pool to grow from.
MK Ultra is one of the ones I have grown. The problem is it comes with a lot of mythology. The whole problem is the G13 strain. I have seen a dozen different strains called G13 over thirty years of growing, and it depends on where you are regionally. There is a lot of myth into it–that is was pulled out of U Miss, but I will give it this–it is research-grade indica, and it has had some work done to it, but separating all of that from the mythology has been impossible for me.
MK Ultra would be middle-ground on a growing difficulty. It is not easy, and it is not difficult. I would give it a five on a one to ten scale. MK Ultra is about sixty days, depending on the light and everything else into it. MK Ultra averages about six feet in height. MK Ultra usually yields about six ounces a plant, depending on the light and input. It is one of those ones that can do a lot more if you grow it bigger.
MK Ultra has good bag appeal. It has a good buzz to it. Con: it has OG Kush in it. MK Ultra is similar to 50,000 other OG Kush hybrids. That is my problem with it.