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Early Skunk feminized marijuana seeds by GEA Seeds are a very productive and versatile strain that easily adapts to any environment.


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Early Skunk feminized cannabis seeds

Early Skunk feminized cannabis seeds are the result of the cross between a selected Early Skunk clone and an Early Skunk male, which guarantees stability and homogeneity between plants. Its Skunk and Early Pearl ancestors guarantee success and a record harvest. Early Skunk produces a tall, extremely sturdy plant with thick branches full of solid, resinous buds that look crystallised. 

What is the structure of Early Skunk?

Early Skunk is particularly suited to outdoor growing, where it can produce a massive and fast harvest, but indoor growing will not disappoint, as it will result in a short plant with branches full of buds. Early Skunk is a super champion that can complete its flowering cycle in less than 60 days, making it one of the fastest strains in the GEA Seeds catalogue. Outdoors it can be harvested before the end of summer.

How much does Early Skunk produce?

With optimal growing conditions, this strain can produce up to 550 grams per square meter indoors and much more outdoors.

What effect does Early Skunk produce?

With a THC content of between 14% and 19% and a medium level of CBD, this strain offers a clean, potent and long-lasting effect.

What does Early Skunk taste like?

Its fruity flavour with hints of orange and an earthy background, and its aroma, both inherited from its Skunk ancestor, make Early Skunk a unique and delicious experience.

Characteristics of Early Skunk

  • Indoor and outdoor
  • Feminized
  • Genotype: Indica
  • Genetics: Skink x Early Pearl
  • Cannabinoids: THC 14-19% and medium CBD
  • Height: Medium
  • Flowering: 55 days (indoor) or about a week before end of summer
  • Yield: up to 550 gr/m2 (indoor), outdoor up to 800 grams per plant
  • Planting: Spring or all year round with artificial light.