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by Bonza · Published November 12, 2017 · Updated January 29, 2020

Growing Jedi Kush indoor, it thrives well with hydroponics. It is also highly adaptable to both the Sea of Green or the Screen of Green training methods. Even if it is naturally resistant to mold and mildew, it is only up to a certain degree. Hence, it is best to monitor and maintain proper humidity. Flowering time is in 8 to 9 weeks, and each square meter should have a yield of 350 grams.
It does take a while before the users feel the heavy-hitting effects of the strain. For some people, it may even take up to 10 minutes. In general, most would experience an uplifting sensation. As the effects intensify, the same feeling turns into a buzzing mental high.

Apparently, even in a dreamy state, some of the unfavorable effects of Jedi Kush cannot be ignored. Depending on how tolerant users are, or how much they used, some or more of these reactions may occur. Dry mouth and eyes are both a given as these are natural with using cannabis.
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In the outdoors, the plant will thrive in a semi-humid to warm climate. It transitions to the flowering stage during the last days of September. Each plant can produce up to 400 grams of buds.
Growers can cultivate Jedi Kush indoor or outdoor. Either way, the plant will need a lot of tender loving care. Fortunately, it is a forgiving plant as well as resistant to mold and mildew. As such, most beginners should be able to nurture it all the way until harvest.
The Jedis are a lot of things. Besides serving in different capacities based on their background, one of their roles is also to protect. While timid, they are also experts at using the force to fight for those who can’t defend themselves. And so, that is what the strain does to help people fight off the discomforts.

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Jedi Kush unleashes the force to usher in an era of dreamy relaxation and a surprisingly stimulating mental high that is unexpected from an Indica strain.