Bruce Banner Feminized Growing Information
Bruce Banner is a nice balanced hybrid strain of dense nuggets and a high THC content (21-23%) that will knock your socks off.
Its high potency makes it great for weed connoisseurs but should not be indulged too much by beginner smokers.
Flowering time takes 7-8 weeks with an average yield of 500g p/m2 and plant height of 80 – 120cm.
Bruce Banner offers relief from conditions such as depression, anxiety, and chronic stress. Additionally, its relaxing properties can alleviate pain and muscle tension making it a great alternative strain for therapeutic use.
- Type: 25% Indica 55% Sativa Hybrid, 20% Ruderalis
- THC Level: Very High, 21-23%
- CBD Level: Extremely low, 1%
- Effects: Bruce Banner packs a kick, uplifting, euphoric, creative
- Used for: Mental Activities, relaxing.
- Flavors: Earthy, sweet, citrus, berry
- Dominant Terpene: Myrcene
- Flowering Time: 9 – 10 Weeks and is ready for harvest early September.
- Yield: Medium – 500g p/m2 indoors. Outdoors it reaches 700g p/m2.
- Height: It reaches 80 – 120cm tall.
- Best grown: Indoors or outdoors
- Climate: Bruce Banner loves a warm and dry climate.
- Grow difficulty: Easy!
- Bruce Banner offers an aroma of a sweet, floral and fruity scent.
- Its distinct taste resembles a naturally flavored candy. Berry and strawberry undertone.
- This is a very sticky strain due to the resin on the buds. The flowers can be quite dense, with some leaves sticking out and many trichomes over the buds, which is what makes this strain so potent.
- Lit up with bright and potent green shades with brassy orange pistols.
- This is a great day time strain.
- It provides lots of energy and talkativeness, mental clarity and creativity.
- Expect an uplifting but relaxing all over body high with this one.
- It helps aid stress, anxiety, pain relief and depression for therapeutic use.
- A lot of users experience dry mouth and eyes with this strain, which can be helped by drinking plenty of water. As this is a particularly potent strain, making sure you eat before smoking is a good idea too. Taking too much of this strain may lead to an increase in paranoia, so always start small.
- Bruce Banner typically reaches tall heights, and it needs plenty of room, especially indoors.
- The leaves stretch out far and upwards with a thick stalk and heavy yielding crops.
- Fat, dense packed colas.
- If cultivated right, expect 21 ounces p/m2 indoors and 35 ounces p, m2 outdoors.
- Bruce Banner will flourish outdoors in a warm and dry climate, and will also grow quickly indoors, making the Screen of Green (ScrOG) technique particularly helpful, to increase yield. This strain does particularly well with a hydroponic system, and you will see fast growth. By using the ScrOG method, you can allow all of the plant to receive light, so the entire plant can thrive.
- Flowering time takes around 7 to 8 weeks, and you can expect to see around up to 500 grams per plant indoors, or 600 – 700 grams per/ meter squared indoors.
- Outdoor crops are ready to harvest at the beginning of October.
- Check out our Aussie grow calendar for when to harvest outdoors in Australia.
- All Cannabis strains, require a full spectrum nutrient complete with the macro nutrients such as Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium and the secondary nutrients and micronutrients like, calcium, Sulphur, hydrogen, magnesium, manganese, carbon, iron, zinc etc.
- This strain loves its food! Make sure it has all the nutrients it needs, particularly in the flowering stage, to help the buds become dense. Using soil is slightly more forgiving if you overdo it with the nutrients. If you are using a good quality soil, it will have a lot of nutrients in there already, so there is no need to add any during the seedling stage.
- During the vegetative phase you will need to give your plant twice as much nitrogen as phosphorus, and three times more nitrogen than potassium. The nutrient ratios to look for on the bottle will be either 6-3-2 or 18-9-6. You should also add in some Sulphur, magnesium, and calcium.
- During the flowering stage, change the ratio so you are using up to three times more phosphorus than nitrogen and potassium. Also continue to add in secondary nutrients such as iron, copper, and manganese. Make sure to use orgnanic Bud Burst during flowering all the way as this will ensure a smooth finish with no chemical taste. Amazing stuff!
- For organic grows, we recommend Aptus Baseboost organic nutrient with coco/perlite 70/30 ratio. This stuff is highly concentrated so a little goes a long way making it great value. Simply add the pellets to the coco as per the instructions and it will completely transform any inert growing medium into a powerful full spectrum grow media..
- Towards the end of the flowering stage (approx 2-3 weeks to harvest) , remove the large fan leaves. This will help bring more light to the lower sections of the plant.
- When harvesting, feel free to harvest in stages with the top first (most mature) then the bottom sections 1 week later.
- Use rounded scissors that will trim nicely around the buds- you may need two pairs of scissors as this strain is very sticky. To rub off the resin from scissors, you will need to use rubbing alcohol, or white vinegar should do the trick
- Marijuana plants are either male or female. The male flower produces sacs or pollen designed to fertilize the female flower which produces white pistols designed to absorb the pollen. If no male plants are present in the growing area, than the female plant will just grow larger and larger flowers in search of pollen. These flowers are the cannabis buds that we all know and love. The male plants hold only minuscule amount of THC, while the female flowers are oozing with THC crystals (the good stuff). For this reason, marijuana growers are seeking only female plants in the grow room (unless they want alot of seedy buds).Feminsed seeds have been cultivated in a precise way so that the seed is genetically more likely to produce a female plant. Autoflower seeds automatically transition from the vegetative phase to the flowering stage without you needing to adjust their light exposure. For more detailed growing information, see our in depth grow guide.