Orange Bud Strain Seeds
Orange Bud is a classic strain that’s been around since the early ’70s. It’s one of the best-smelling cannabis out there, leaving you with an intoxicating aroma of orange and lavender.
The effects are powerful and cerebral.
Orange Bud is a cross between Skunk #1 and an unknown Indica from the East Coast. Dutch Passion created this hybrid in California in the 1970s. So it has been around for quite some time now – over 50 years!
It has a flowering time of 56 days and produces dense buds covered with sticky resin crystals that give off its infamous sweet smell upon exhaling its scented smoke.
Growers can expect up to 1.3 oz/ft² (400 g/m²) when growing indoors at around 70% humidity levels and temperatures between 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 degrees Celsius) during nighttime hours and 74 degrees Fahrenheit (23 degrees Celsius) during daytime hours.
Outdoors growers can expect up to 14 ounces per plant and harvest around late October!
Orange Bud Preferred Climate
Orange Bud seeds are a unique Indica-dominant strain that combines the best features of Skunk #1 and an unknown variety. The plants have a classic, robust structure resistant to mold or pests while thriving in mild climates.
If you’re growing feminized Orange Bud seeds indoors, make sure you have enough space for these medium-height plants! Female Orange Bud seeds will produce plants tall enough to need space but not too tall.
They can reach heights of up to two meters if left unchecked, which is why indoor growers need to use low-stress training techniques like bending and super cropping in the vegetative phase, so your plants get smaller (but still huge).
Give your Orange Bud at least 18 hours of light during the vegetative period, so they don’t stretch!
Original orange bud plants aren’t very picky when growing outdoors! It does not require much maintenance and can withstand various adverse weather conditions, including high temperatures, strong winds, and low humidity levels.
Take note that this plant has a medium height (about 5 feet) but thrives and requires more space than other seeds cultivated outdoors.
Orange Bud marijuana flowers will produce large amounts of buds in the late September/early October period if grown outdoors. However, growers should also keep their plants away from direct sunlight since that could cause the leaves to wither and burn.
Alternatively, you might want to cover your plants with shade cloth, so they get enough light but don’t get burned by too much sun exposure either.
Orange Bud is good for the beginning growers. This Indica dominant hybrid produces good yields whether grown indoors or out and matures quickly.
You can expect an indoor crop of 1.3 oz/ft², which equals about 400 g/m², of space using a 12-12 lighting schedule.
Orange Bud will produce 12 to 14 ounces per plant in early October in a mild to warm climate when grown outdoors.
The Orange Bud has a flowering time of 56 days. This cannabis can grow up to about 3 to 4 feet tall, making it perfect for your indoor growroom!
The life cycle of this marijuana is pretty simple, and it’s easier than you might think. To start with, a grower must properly establish the vegetative stage before you move into the flowering period.
During vegetative, you should make sure your plants receive at least 18 hours of light every day. When you’re ready to enter the flowering phase, be sure to lower the number of hours of light per day your cannabis plants are receiving to 12.
You should also make sure to increase the temperature in your grow-room – doing this will ensure a successful flowering period and a high yield! Keeping the temperature between 78 and 82 degrees is optimal.
During the flowering phase, your cannabis plant is likely to show signs of aging in its growth and structure. During this time, you need to be sure to check your plants regularly for any signs of deficiencies.
If you notice any signs of deficiency, like yellowing leaves or nutrient issues, you must fix this before your cannabis crop reaches its harvest period! This way, you can prevent any major issues from occurring, so it’s best to pay attention as you go.
Remember – proper care and a clean environment can ensure positive returns!
Orange Bud Effects
Orange Bud is a classic marijuana seed that has been around since the late 1970s. As a result of its Super Skunk and unknown heritage, these seeds are highly appreciated among smokers looking for a strong, physical high.
The Orange Bud high begins in your head, offering a mild euphoria while the rest of your body sinks into a relaxing state of rest. Then, just before you completely lose control over your body and mind, Orange Bud will leave you in a dreamy state of happiness.
It’s hard to resist the temptation to fall asleep after the first two hours of enjoying this pot. The high is very strong and takes a lot out of you. It’s a great strain on those stressful days when you need to be rested and refreshed after a long day of work or school.
Feminized Orange Bud Cannabis
Orange Bud cannabis is a cross between Skunk #1 and an unknown Indica. The secret of this marijuana lies in the fact that its ancestors are Indica-dominant, which makes it suitable for beginners or experienced growers who want to have a cannabis strain with maximum yield.
Orange Bud produces long, dense colas covered with sticky glandular trichomes. Its THC production has been measured at over 18%.
This marijuana strain tends to produce heavier yields than would be expected from its Indica/Sativa ratio — after all, it’s the “Skunk” in this variety that packs on the weight. The aroma and taste are similar to citrus fruits, creating a clear-headed cerebral effect.
Orange Bud Appearance
Seeds Orange Bud produce plants with an average height of 4 feet (125 cm), although some have been recorded as high as 5 feet (150 cm). It has large, bright green, glossy leaves and resinous buds.
It expresses many orange pistils and crystals that cover the calyxes. This marijuana seed has a stocky plant with dense buds, a thick stem, and dark green leaves.
Its buds are usually covered in large trichomes and clusters of pistils, giving it a sticky appearance. The calyxes of some phenotypes tend to be orange with hints of purple.
Orange Bud Aroma
Orange Bud has a distinct citrus aroma like taking a sweet and sour candy. It is such an aromatic bud that it smells like pure cannabis candy.
The first thing you’ll notice about this fragrance is its sweet aroma, along with hints of fruitiness. Then you’ll notice that it has an earthy citrusy aftertaste reminiscent of orange peel or even tangerine peels.
The aroma is so distinct that it would attract people who like the smell of citrusy fragrances.
Orange Bud Fragrance
The scent from a properly dried and cured Orange Bud has an aromatic profile that is sweet and tangy yet earthy in its overall taste. From the first time you open the container your buds are stored in, you’ll notice an aroma reminiscent of freshly picked oranges with a hint of citrus.
When combusted or vaporized, an Orange Bud releases a delicious, fresh orange aroma that smells sweet and packs plenty of flavor into each puff. When you burn your joint or vaporize your Orange Bud, you’ll be met with a potent smell of sweet oranges. The fragrance is highly refreshing and makes this smoke very pleasant to inhale.
Bud Cannabis Seeds Flavors
Orange Bud seeds may not be incredibly potent bud cannabis seeds. Still, their light and sweet citrus taste are enough for many smokers to overlook any issues with a potency that it might have in terms of its effects on them.
The buds are pleasantly fruity but nothing too overwhelming. The citrus taste is something like orange soda or a similar carbonated beverage – it’s sweet, tangy, and refreshingly delicious.
Even when smoking the bud on its own, it’s easy to taste some of the other unique flavors in it as well. There’s a hint of something like apricots, but that’s more of a secondary flavor for Orange Bud marijuana. The prominent flavor is definitely oranges.
Once the buds are ground up and vaped through a vaporizer or bong, that unique citrus taste stands out and comes across much stronger.
The flavor doesn’t seem to be too artificially flavored in any way, shape, or form – just natural, fruity goodness that’s very likely to appeal to many smokers who appreciate some light flavors amongst the more intense flavors they’ve tried before.
Orange Bud Terpenes
Orange Bud is a potent Indica dominant seed that gives users a euphoric, happy, and relaxed feeling. The terpene profile of Orange Bud contains sabinene, linalool, ocimene, myrcene. It has a very sweet and citrusy aroma.
It is easily identifiable because of its orange hair and bright orange color. Orange Bud can be compared to the aroma of oranges and has a musky, earthy, citrus flavor similar to the orange fruit itself.
- Sabinene is a terpene that gives off a spicy aroma and flavor similar to pepper. It is found in herbs and spices, basil and hops.
- Ocimene smells like the fresh herb thyme. It is found in herbs like sage and hops and fruits such as tropical fruit, mangoes, and guava.
- Linalool smells like lavender and has a floral aroma with hints of sweetness to it. Linalool can find it in flowers like lavender and coriander (cilantro), herbs like basil, parsley, rosemary, sage, lemongrass, and citrus peel (orange).
- Myrcene has an earthy-like aroma similar to clove oil or bay leaves. This terpene can be found in the aromatic herb thyme along with hops (a bitter spice contributing to the flavor of beer), basil, parsley, rosemary, sage; as well as citrus peels (orange).
Orange Bud Cannabis Genetics
- Orange Bud feminized seeds are a cross between Skunk #1 and an unknown.
- This Indica/Sativa hybrid has 65% Indica dominance in its genetic makeup.
- Its aroma is sweet with citrus notes, while its fragrance is complex with undertones of incense.
- The effects are euphoric and cerebral, offering both relaxation and happiness while being well-balanced and non- couchlock inducing.
- Its THC level ranges from 15% to 18%, making it one of the most potent strains on the market today, along with CBD levels ranging from 0.3% to 0.4%.
- The buds produced by these seeds are dense and sticky while being slightly on the airy side, making them ideal for indoor cultivation where space is limited or for growing outdoors in warm climates where humidity levels tend to be higher than average.
Orange From Secret Garden
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After conquering tough terrain and escaping from the bog of dreary and depressing thoughts, you will be granted access to Top Secret Source’s – secret indoor guerrilla garden – where Orange Bud plants are growing.
This place is just the kind to give you a shot of pleasant euphoria and an excellent moody feeling.
But, when you move inside, hold on tight – once the party starts, it’s hard to stop in there!
It doesn’t matter if you’re part of the Secret Service or a daytripper – no one will judge you for lightheadedness as long as you present your magic ticket and pass it through.
And don’t stand too close to the speakers; they will blast your ears with subsonic music at over 18% levels of THC… but that’s a secret!