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Sweet Pink Grapefruit (Eugene cut) x Skunk#18

Sweet Pink Grapefruit. Just an old grapefruit lady out of Eugene Oregon. Said to have been originally kept for 30+ yrs by a local grower and circle. She has been around the PNW for a long time and was gifted to me over a year ago from some old heads.

They do call her the ‘Spice of Life’ cut, but I cannot confirm. She does Remind us highly of the BC Grapefruit of early 00’s and many folks I’ve shared her with agree she is old school.
This shit right here….grapefruit rind chemical dipped in Sour Skunk mixed with a Loud Pepper burn.
Like a trailer truck of grapefruits smashed a skunk and we had to dig through the globes to save the little homies life.
Reminds me highly of the Tangerine Skunk, Tanjo or dank ass orange Kush just more pepper and highly grapefruit chemical with the skunk funk, not sweet at all.
More Grapefruit rind as opposed to an orange, it Burns ya shit more so, just dry so going to put a few in the air and get back to ya.
Tastes like I bit into a grapefruit, Mouth coating flavor lasts a good 5 minutes I still taste it. Great initial power really grabs you hard in the head and eyes and then sets over heavy Body, stone is definitely Ghani. Yield is high. Flower onset is fast with a quick 8to9wk flower max. entirely encrusted flower quite lime green in appearance.

Hit to the two rank Skunk#18 studs I expect all flower times to be reigned in except in the fastest pairings, all long flowering sativas will be brought down by a week or two off finish, Tighter Flower formations, Enhanced yield, Quality undiminished and of course That rank ‘Skunkbud’ funk. The Skunk will take the front seat in most all pairings and especially in this pollination as i really selected hard for only true Skunkbud individuals. I say in most all pairings that they take over 2/3 pretty easy, but they do let the mom come through pretty damn clean when she shines, even beautiful recessed looks and sometimes all new unexpected flavors are the result. These plants are extremely compact, node spacing is tight so plants will benefit from thinning, training. early topping is recommended unless you would like to grow them monocola in a SOG style setup which is what they are ideal for. extremely powerful branching support Large Afghani style formations.