Lemon Skunk Marijuana Strain

Lemon Skunk

DNA Genetics

Sativa 60 / Indica 40
Origins: Skunk x Skunk
Flowering: 56-63 days

The Lemon Skunk is all about selection. This addition to the venerable skunk family is a cross between two skunks that were selected especially for lemon characteristics. The special Lemon mother was kept for over twenty years in Las Vegas, Nevada. The skunk father was chosen in Holland, originally a donation from Eddie, the man who was at the helm of one of the oldest and most prestigious seed banks in Netherlands for many years.

The Lemon Skunkis a sativa-indica hybrid with a slightly higher sativa ratio. It has sativa-hybrid characteristics, growing tall but with a high calyx-to-leaf ratio, making it easy to trim. The structure of the plant tends to be open, but can get somewhat bushy, so it works best as a multi-branch plant. Lemonk Skunk fares well with moderate to heavy nutrients and doesn’t mind the heat. The leaves are a medium to lighter green with medium to slender sativa style leaflets, and the buds also stay light green and form a profusion of orange hairs. At finish, this bud is dewy with crystalline resin. The Lemon Skunk strain takes 8-9 weeks to finish, but reaches its apex of sweetness if cut down between 50 and 56 days.

Lemon Skunk is a tasty sweet citrus bud for those who like a fresh fruity stash. The enjoyable sativa-leaning high boosts the senses, bringing on thoughtful reflection and heightened sensory perception. It may also boost the sense for a need to go spelunk through the fridge for some munchies. Fans of the fresh-citrus end of the cannabis flavor palate will understand why Lemon Skunk has won multiple awards, including a cup at Spannabis and a first place win for outdoor at the Highlife in 2007.

1st place, Spannabis, Indoor Hydro category 2008
1st place, Highlife Cup Outdoor category 2007
2nd place, IC420 Breeders Cup 2008
Winner, High Times Top 10 Strains of the Year 2009

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6 comments to Lemon Skunk Marijuana Strain

  • Amber

    Southern Oregon Skunk- Lemon skunk x Northen Lights cross

    Genetics: Sativa 40 / Indica 60
    Flowering Time: 8-9 weeks
    Height: indoors- 5 ft and outdoors- 12ft
    Harvest time: mid October
    Yield: potential yields between 4-6 pounds outdoors and 18-22oz indoors
    Growing difficulty: Easy to Moderate

    Northern Lights is an old school strain, one of the earliest skunk type hybrids from the 1980s, and is one of the most potent Indicas known to mankind. As well as a principal genetic building block for many of the modern cannabis strains. We decided to cross it with Lemon Skunk which is a hybrid between Indica and Sativa, but has just a tad bit more Sativa.
    With its lemon tones and old-school heritage, this beauty delivers a great taste and a fantastic smoke. This strain grows tall, but has a high calyx-to-leaf ratio so it is quite easy to trim. Leaves are light to medium green with powder sugar-like buds (16.65 to 20 percent THC), loaded with glittery trichomes and lots of orange hairs. It takes around 8 to 9 weeks to finish. But the best time to harvest, though, is between 50 and 56 days, it tends to provide a much sweeter flavor. It’s easy to cultivate and the results are dependable. Experienced gardeners and smokers choose it because of its heritage appeal, potency and high yields, which also makes it popular with commercial growers.
    Medicinal Usages: Stress Relief, Anxiety, Nervousness, Migraines, Headache, Nausea, Depression, Chronic Pain and Many More

  • michael

    just got some lemmon njce

  • Bird

    Go to Attitude Seeds and ask to be notified when it is back in stock, if they get enough demand they will bring it back. I have already done this as I aslo want some DNA Lemon Funk.

  • I. R. Growin

    I have been looking for D.N.A. Lemon Skunk for a year now. This is the best lemon skunk, hands down. I grew her for 5 years, lost mother in cross-country move.

  • Walter Adams

    Looking for seeds. Lemon Skunk please.

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