Buy Banana Kush Marijuana Seeds USA
The Best Banana Kush Seeds
Buy the best Banana Kush feminized seeds to grow for fruity high yield harvests. Guaranteed fast shipping to all 50 states of the US. We have sourced the best Banana Kush seeds for sale from our trusted marijuana seedbanks—ILGM, Homegrown, Seedsman, and Blimburn.
Banana Kush Strain Description
Banana Kush is an extremely popular strain in the West Coast dispensary scene and much loved among cannabis connoisseurs for its distinct banana scent and flavor. An indica dominant hybrid, Banana Kush marijuana is similar to other OG strains that produce sticky, dense, top-shelf quality buds. The juicy smoke of Banana Kush provides a potent high, combining cerebral sativa effects with medical indica properties. Up to 27% THC content.
Banana Kush Origin and Genetics
Straight from Cali, Banana Kush is an American marijuana strain with its roots in the West Coast scene. At least two breeders are known to have created the first Banana Kush strains, including Cali Kush and Crockett Family Farms. Cali Kush’s version is bred between the acclaimed OG Kush and a male Banana strain. Crockett Family Farm’s version is the one most seen today, the result of crossing Ghost OG (an OG Kush phenotype) to Skunk x Haze.
How to Grow Banana Kush
Banana Kush is not the easiest strain to grow and brings in a lower yield than many other hybrids. However, the bud quality is superb and is in high demand across the US. Indoors, Banana Kush takes around 8–9 weeks to flower. Yields can be increased by plant training and pruning techniques. Outdoors, Banana Kush is ready to harvest around early October. The buds are susceptible to mold, so good air circulation is critical. Buy Banana Kush feminized seeds now and start growing your next harvest of the fruity banana chronic.
|Aroma / Flavor
Banana, Kushy, Sweet
ILGM, Homegrown, Sensi Seeds, Blimburn
Euphoric, Exhilarating, Relaxing, Upbeat
Banana, Ghost OG, OG Kush, Skunk x Haze
Indoors, Dry Climates
Up to 27%
40% Sativa, 60% Indica
Over 500 g/m2