Secrets of the Pink Kush
Pink Kush and Polyploids
Published on Nov 15, 2014 Secrets of the Pink Kush by Billy Budd
God, Satan and Lucifer were tetraploid giants and implemented civilization upon Earth. They lived in the mountains e.g. Mount Hebron AKA Heaven. This is the plant, containing colchicine, that created these tetraploid giants by doubling the chromosomes. From Secrets of the Pink Kush.
How to Grow Pink Kush, a special plant. This plant is a normal diploid plant. It has two sets of chromosomes, one from each parent. The highest level of THC possible is 25%. This is the flowering bud of the same Diablos Kush plant. An F1 hybrid and normal diploid. These are clones of a triploid (3n) which has three sets of chromosomes. It is sterile as it is a genetic mismatch due to odd number of chromosomes. This is the triploid plant in week 6 of flowering. This plant is a cross between a diploid and a tetraploid making a triploid. This is the flowering bud of the triploid. These plants grow faster than tetraploids and can exceed the maximum THC level of 25%, in diploids, due to the extra chromosome. They are more potent than diploids. This is a tetraploid (4n). It has four sets of chromosomes. They grow very slowly and yield low but the quality is the highest grown on the commercial market. This is the Pink Kush plant flowering. The THC level of a tetraploid can be over 40% due to the double set of chromosomes. The density of trichomes is much higher giving a better THC to plant material ratio than is found in other normal diploid plants. Notice how gigantic this Pink Kush plant can become? Find out more in Secrets of the Pink Kush by Billy Budd