Another Sativa-dominant strain for you to consider is Bruce Banner, bred by Delta9 Labs.
- Has numerous phenotypes with vigorous growth
- Produces heavy, sticky buds
- High Potency
- Needs to be kept dry during flowering time
Bruce Banner is one of the most popular Sativa seeds in the United States, renowned for its dense, dark, and potent buds. These cannabis buds are some of the strongest, having been tested at nearly 29% THC.
Possessing numerous phenotypes, each of Bruce Banner’s variants offers vigorous growth in compact, dense plants similar to other Sativa-dominant strains. Its leaves turn a gorgeous magenta shade toward the end of the flowering time – that’s how you will know this one is nearly ready for harvest.
Bruce Banner produces large yields of heavy, sticky buds. You will need to keep this plant out of the rain and in a dry environment during the flowering time in order to produce the best buds. The resulting product is lemony, spicy, and hashy, but can otherwise provide a great range of smells and aromas. However, the effect is always the same – Bruce Banner weed gives you a euphoric, heady high.
Bruce Banner might be best known as the alter-ego of comic book hero The Incredible Hulk, but maybe he wouldn’t be such a stressed out ball of anger if he just had some of his namesake strain. This green monster also has hidden strength and features dense nugs that pack the power of very high THC content. It’s a powerful strain whose effects come on quickly and strong and then tend to settle into a euphoric and creative buzz. The effects of this strain are most evident and linger mostly in the head, but it may also provide body relaxation that makes it an appropriate daytime bud for some. Dark Horse Genetics bred this strain from OG Kush and Strawberry Diesel, and its heritage can be found in its diesel aroma with sweet undertones. Plants flower at 8 to 10 weeks. This strain does have three main phenotypes, one of which is Bruce Banner