When your Bruce Banner weed seeds arrive at your house, they’re in a dormant state. You must germinate them to begin the growing process. There are many ways to do this, and we recommend the paper towel method.
To perform germination, dampen paper towels with purified water. Place them on a dinner plate. Put the seed about every inch and cover them with another wet towel. Store them in a warm dark place, like a cabinet, cupboard, or closet, for 24–72 hours. Germination is complete when you see healthy Bruce Banner seedlings popping out of the shell. Place the seedling in its growing medium to begin maturing.
Bruce Banner seeds are a delight to grow for anyone from beginners to experts. The biggest issue is the sheer size of the crop. You must have space to handle a seven-foot-tall plant. Despite their height, we recommend growing indoors to help regulate the climate. When the environment is right, the harvest can easily reach up to 32% THC.
Due to its OG Kush genes, the plant is susceptible to powdery mildew and mold. To reduce the chances of pathogens attacking your crop, keep temperatures to 68–78℉ with a relative humidity of no more than 50%. Invest in a thermometer and a hygrometer to ensure your numbers are correct.
If you'd like to cultivate outdoors, your natural environment must be warm and dry. The southwestern part of the United States has the ideal climate for Bruce Banner seeds. Install fans or a ventilation system in your indoor grow room to help circulate the air. Any standing moisture leads to mold and mildew issues.
We recommend using the Screen of Green method to support the large buds during flowering and encourage lateral growth. As a sativa strain, these crops love to reach upwards.
You’ll need to install a screen, like chicken wire, about a foot above the seedlings to perform this technique. With this method, the branches intertwine on the screen as they mature. This will help your crop stay at a more manageable size. Light is essential for the Bruce Banner cannabis strain. It helps the harvest become potent, bountiful, and flavorful. We recommend investing in high-quality 600-watt LED or HPS grow lamps.
Install reflective walls and floors to eliminate energy loss because the beams bounce towards the crop at various angles. Having light come from all over the room helps manage the height because the sativa won't reach upward towards the lamps.
We recommend growing Bruce Banner seeds in organic soil to create strong roots and reduce the size. Hydroponics usually increases the plant's height, which can be an issue if you don't have an industrial-sized grow room. Soil also increases terpene development, resulting in a more flavorful and fragrant harvest.
Use the pruning method of topping off to provide more nutrients to the lower branches. Trimming up the crop slows down upward growth and gives you more robust buds.
The plant matures to an electric green. The buds are enormous and have yellow pistils shooting out of all directions. The nugs develop a coating of resin that makes it look like there was a sprinkle of snow over the crop.
During the flowering stage, you'll notice Bruce seeds weed's earthy, musky, and fruity notes. Expect a flowering time of about 9–10 weeks. Anticipate an indoor yield of 7–18 oz./m² and an 18 oz./ plant outdoor harvest