An indica based hybrid, this strain’s lineage is part Skunk No.1, part Afghani and also includes some Northern Lights. The THC content is high for this strain, some yields have results between 15%-20%.
As a strain that’s been around since the 80s, there are loads of nostalgic smokers who will be wanting to enjoy a few puffs.
A concern with Big Bud is that their flowers tend to snap their own branches. You may want to ensure that flowers have a support system in place.
Also, it is a fast bloomer when compared to other indica strains, growers can expect a fast flowering period of around the 8-9 week mark.
And as the name indicates, the buds are big, grower feedback is that you can expect 46 grams per square foot. The chunky buds are also very resinous, which makes them difficult to break apart by hand as they are extremely sticky.
Another factor to consider is that the size of the bud will affect drying and curing times.
The aromas for Big Bud are said to be strong earthy tones, with a pitch of fruitiness.
The high is a lazy one, with most smokers recommending a comfy couch, as you’re bound to get locked in.
It is strongly recommended that you remember a little goes a long way with Big Bud, and those who are newbies should adjust accordingly.
If you’re looking for a challenging grow, try growing Simba Seeds’ Big Bud strain.