Royal Queen
Easy Bud

Easy Bud (Royal Queen Seeds) :: StrainReview :: Indoor :: Long, stretched, slowly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype #2

Plant-Profile about Easy Bud (by Royal Queen Seeds)

This Plant-Profile is a individual expression by , uploaded at the 23.06.2019.

Information about the growth of the plants:

Flowering Time Indoor
Between 45 an 55 days (Average: 50 days.)
Stretch after the initiation of flowering
±225 Percent
Initiation of flowering onto around 20 cm. - Final Height onto around 65 cm.
Growth Behavior
Side Branches
average to many; into an average length as well as ordinary strong and vigorous.
The plants of this Cannabis-Strain...
...can be placed close together. not need much care.
...are tolerant to over- or under-fertilization. not need much fertilizer.
...are not vulnerable to fungal diseases.
...are not susceptible to mold.
...are tolerant of temperature fluctuations.
...have no problems with high temperatures.
...looks and grow more like a Indica.
...are well suited for very low growrooms.
...are a good choice for beginners.

Harvest, Yield, Taste, Aroma, strength and effectiveness

Yield / Quantity
The crop of this strain is slightly above average.
Buds / Leaves
The ratio of buds to leaves is slightly above average.
Bud Structure
The dried buds are little bit fluffy.
Strength / Lasting Effect
The weed affects slightly below average.

General Impression

Easy Bud (Royal Queen Seeds)
(Indoor; Long, stretched, slowly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype #2)

is all together absolutely ordinary
(On average 5 Points onto a scale between 0 and 10 !)

Additional Information

RandomGrowerMG says

Out of 3 seeds, they all germinated, but one died very young, one grew really well without a single leaf even dying, the other one didn't seem to have picked up the ruderalis gene, so I had to flip it to 12/12 schedule. In my opinion, it is a good starting strain even for the most unexperienced growers, but I do not think ill be ordering this strain again. EDIT: Got 148g dried bud out of two plants, under a 250w light. (26.10.2019, 15:05)

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