How to Grow Killer Queen Pot Plants?
It is an easy to grow mmj thatgrows stout and short when provided the minimal care it needs. The buds grow generously covered in brown and orange hairs (or trichomes).
Indoor Growing vs. Outdoor growing
When grown indoors,it takes about nine weeks to complete its blooming phase with a generous yield of about 13 oz per meter squared. On the flipside, outdoor grown Killer Queen mmj plants conclude their flowering session by either the end or middle of October. Outdoor growing yields an astonishing 13 oz of great quality mmj per plant.
It is advised to use calcium and magnesium-rich nutrients during the growing session and switch to compost tea baths using foliar spray during the blooming phase. Periodic mixing of worm casting with bat guano is beneficial given the plants are checked periodically for nutrient burns.
It is best if the seedsare planted in a nutrient-rich soil setup. Periodic pruning is essential to assist the plants into keeping bud rot and mold infestation at bay.
- Known for a slow-rolling and mellow high
- Leaves the feeling energized and stimulated
- Delivers a substantial boost to the mind and body
- Keeps the person feeling elated for the rest of the day
- Users can feelclear-headedand awakened
- Ideal for both daytime and morning use
- Inspires the creative kind and leaves the user radiating all the positive vibes throughout the day
- Dry mouth
- Dry eyes
- Chronic fatigue
- Muscle aches
- Joint pains
- Pre-menstrual cramps
- Restores appetite
- Chronic stress
Taste and Aroma
Killer Queen is known for its strong earthy mixed with afruity aroma that tends to linger in the room for a long time even after the smoking session has concluded long ago. The smoke report for the strain consists of anherbal and spicy aftertaste when exhaled. Upon inhaling, the smoke tastes tangy twist to it.