Marijuana Skunk seeds have a long history and by now Skunk’s genes can be found in many popular varieties. The original skunk strains, bred in the late 70s, were known to have a very pungent, dead animal-like smell. After a while, the success of the hybrid attracted the attention of commercial manufacturers. The first skunk weed seeds for sale were obtained by crossing plants of Mazar-i-Sharif, Columbian Gold, and Acapulco Gold.
Everyone was struck by the fast flowering period, an average of 60 days, and most importantly, by the fact that all Skunk varieties are rich and sharp in the aroma. The THC levels in such seeds can reach 25% but in some cases can be as low as 8%. These days, breeders and growers from Holland, the USA, and Canada are actively adding Skunk seeds members to the family, and are widely available online.