Cannabis Cup Winner
A Dutch-strain, cultivated for years, we have crossed with Thai and Brazil male plants. KC 33® is further developed for outdoor growing, but is also indoor a Number 1. The buds are compact and have a lemon-fresh taste and produce double T.H.C.
Inside flowering 6-9 weeks
height Apr. 100 cm, yield up to 130 gram.
Outside flowering 8-10 weeks
height 2.5-3.75 m, yield up to 900 gram.
Harvest end of September
K.C. Brains K.C. 33® is a sativa/indica stable marijuana hybrid of Thai and Brazil. She’s been designed specificly for outdoor growing, but stable genes make her seeds ideal also for indoor. Being sativa dominated, K.C. 33® cannabis strain behaves like a typical sativa. Her cannabis seeds produce tall thin plant with narrow light green leaves and chunky thick buds. Her average size can reach up to 3.75 m when grown outside, however, inside varieties of this marijuana will keep their height under control and won’t stretch taller than 100 cm.
It takes K.C. 33® sativa a bit longer to grow and mature and she also requires more light. Medicine produced from this cannabis lower CBD and higher THC counts which produces a more clear headed, energetic effect. The flowering stage lasts between 10 to 16 weeks outside and just 6 to 9 weeks indoor. Her Thai and Brazil ancestors gave her some characteristics of a traditional cannabis landrace.
As both came from countries with quite a mild climate, K.C. 33® cannabis seeds are highly resistant to mushrooms and plague and quite tolerant to irrigation. After a flowering period, enriched with a smell of fresh citrus and sweet spices, first buds come up, making the smell more intense. Then you can enjoy harvesting the aromatic, sugary, aminoacids and cannabinoids marijuana buds for 75-80 days.
K.C. 33® buds are said to produce double THC and make it as high as 20-22%. Average outside yield is unbelievably high – around 900 gr. per plant; you can start your harvest at the end of September and carry out through October. Indoor plants will give you as much as 130 gr. per plant.