Grow More Kush Exclusively with Kushie Kush by ADvanced Nutrients
Posted by Lee G. Leissett | September 29 2011 | 12930 views | Comments ↓
Kushie Kush is the only hydroponic nutrient on the market specifically formulated for Kush strains of medical marijuana.
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The sacred Kush lineage has become one of the most sought after strains by many medicinal marijuana growers. The potent Kush flowers produce therapeutic compounds unmatched by other medicinal strains. Kush plants are an Indica variety native to the Hindu Kush mountain range, hence their name. These powerful plants have become increasingly popular due to their unique flavor and high THC content, the highest of any Indica variety.
When consumed, most Kush strains have a sweet smell and earthy flavor as unique as the care required to grow this sensitive strain properly. Indicas, in general, are more finicky and require a little more attention to thrive in an indoor garden environment. Kush plants require a particular diet to maximize yield and potency which cannot be obtained by using generic hydroponic fertilizers.
Kushie Kush is the first product of its kind to be created specifically for medical marijuana and is a fine example of innovation within the hydroponics industry. Finally, a bloom booster specific to one particular strain of medical marijuana. By taking countless plant tissue samples of multiple Kush sub-varieties, the scientists at Advanced Nutrients were able to pinpoint the precise combinations of chemical elements and amino acids needed to push Kush strains to their highest potential. In fact, Advanced Nutrients guarantees a 17% increase in yield or your money back. Kushie Kush takes Kush varieties to the next stage of sticky, resinous goodness, guaranteed to make your pharmacy produce the highest quality, most potent medicine possible.
More info at Advanced Nutrients.
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Article by Lee G. Leissett, on Sep. 29th 2011