Salmon Creek Big Bud
Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: After being hesitant to try SCBB for a while due to the reputation for mediocre potency that the Original strain has, I finally grabbed some from the club. Salmon Creek has flavors of lemon, skunk and pepper, with an added pininess upon exhale. The full effect of the high sets in after 5 or 10 minutes, beginning somewhat cerebrally, while tapering off to a more relaxed body high.
Donít plan on growing this strain from seed-to-harvest, as itís only available in clone form. Another thing you shouldnít do is judge this variety of Big Bud simply due to the reputation deserved by the original BB. The Salmon Creek cut of Big Bud boasts huge buds that are severely coated in golden-white trichromes and give off a somewhat skunky aroma.
Recommended for indoor or greenhouse cultivation, this strain may also be grown in the great outdoors, but will be highly susceptible to pests when grown in this fashion - or even in a greenhouse, although to a lesser degree. Like the original strain of Big Bud, this single-cola plant will need much support starting around the 5th or 6th week of flowering to prevent the cola from snapping under the weight of the budding calyx(es). She also has a high calyx-to-leaf ratio, making for easy manicuring, but not leaving many trimmings for hash or butter. Amazingly, an experienced grower can expect to harvest up to 1 pound per indoor plant, although due to the enormous and bushy size, a SoG is not recommended.
Salmon Creek Big Bud has a danky, skunky and spicy aroma with flavors of musk, skunk, citrus and pepper. While not an overly potent strain, this variety of Big Bud will offer much better medicinal effects than the original. Donít be hesitant to buy Big Bud from the club, as long as itís the Salmon Creek strain.
a friend of mine had found and it
was a very sweet and tasty bud
with a very uppity high