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Dutch Passion Skunk#11 Grow Review by Captain Beefheart

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skunk 11 by captain beef heart

This weeks Skunk#11 grow review from Captain Beefheart is one of the biggest and best looking Skunk#11 plants we have seen for quite a while.  This is a top-rated Skunk variety with massive growth potential and is one of the strongest varieties we have in terms of sheer potency.  Skunk#11 was also our first seed variety to reach 1million seed sales and we know a number of repeat home growers that grow nothing else due to the bullet-proof reliability.  

epic skunk 11, massive

Spot the grower.  Elite home grower Captain Beefheart produced a spectacular Skunk#11 grown under a 400W HPS dual spectrum light in soil.  Final harvest 240g of potent dry Skunk buds.


Dutch Passion Skunk#11 originated from our famous Skunk breeding program in the 1980’s which yielded several classics including Orange Bud and Euforia.  Skunk#11 is 75% sativa, 25% indica and typically takes around 9 weeks to finish blooming.  Skunk#11 is no ordinary Skunk, she packs a massively powerful high alongside yields which can be quite ridiculous in experienced hands such as Captain Beefheart.  Skunk#11 is a premium selection which offered that special combination of Skunk flavour/aroma, brain numbing potency and crazy yields.  Its the type of combination that our customers have always loved.  

thick buds

Above, every home grower loves to see solid and heavy blooms like this.  Skunk#11 has been bred to provide quality and quantity.  


Such is the cult following of Skunk#11 that this is the only variety we offer in a 25-seed pack with a bargain price of €85.  So if you like what you see in this weeks blog remember you can buy the seeds for just over €3 each, buying in bulk allows you the best quality at the best price in the entire Dutch Passion collection.  

Because Skunk#11 is one of our established original Dutch Passion classics this is also a highly stable variety which can be relied on to do a great job for the ‘average’ home grower, whilst retaining the XXL potential for the more experienced grower.  


solid blooms everywhere

Above and below.  Skunk#11.  Most repeat customers grow this variety for the rather special, happy and exhilerating 'balanced' high.  The excellent yields are just a great bonus.

frosty


Captain Beefheart planted the Skunk#11 seed in an 11 litre container of soil under a 400W HPS light.  It was grown in veg mode for 20 days.  Beefheart is an old-school cannabis grower that believes in keeping things simple.  Instead of a complicated range of cannabis nutrients  the only fertiliser used was Levingtons Tomorite, which is normally used by Tomato growers.  Many self-sufficient cannabis growers will insist that the best way to grow monster cannabis plants is to use a comprehensive blend of purpose-designed nutrients.  But remember cannabis is one of the most robust and versatile plants, she will find a way to grow regardless of growing medium or nutrients.  Tomato feed has a slightly different ratio of key nutrients (N:P:K)  to those normally used to grow marijuana, but Skunk#11 is an easy, non demanding variety which grows well under a range of conditions. Its a variety which many first time growers choose specifically for the robust and proven genetics.


more buds

 
you should grow this variety at least once


The Skunk#11 grew with real vigour and didn’t seem to want to stop growing.  Captain Beefheart  decided to allow the Skunk#11 to go beyond the recommended 9-10-week harvest time and was well rewarded for that decision.  The plant kept on growing layer after layer of buds, and the branches got longer and heavier.  In the end Beefheart harvested the plant after an unusually long 13 week bloom period under 12/12 light, but the wait was worth it with 240g of dried buds, the best and most productive plant grown he had grown.  Beefheart gives the following advice to future Skunk#11 growers.  “Skunk#11 doesn’t need to much food, so go easy on the nutrients.  I left this plant 13 weeks because thats what she wanted, allow your plants to finish properly.  Also, get a good quality carbon filter because this variety stinks.  She grew in an 11 litre container with soil, its my best plant so far 1240g wet harvest, 240g dry.”


branches look heavy with buds
 
 
last buds
 

Enjoy the special pictures from Captain Beefheart, and remember that growing crazy quantities of top quality cannabis is neither expensive nor difficult with Skunk#11

 

Dutch Joe

 

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August 15th 2014
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Recent comments (6)

On 15 -08-2014 at 16:21 u Paulie62 wrote:
Great blog guys,well worth the read....those buds are awesome innit...yum yum....well done Captain and well done Dutch Passion.i am a couple of weeks from harvesting my Skunk#11,from a seed that was donated to me by Capt.Beefheart and i am well happy with it,nice big buds in a tiny tent. Keep up the great work guys....
 

On 15 -08-2014 at 16:23 u Paulie62 wrote:
Great blog guys,well worth the read....those buds are awesome innit...yum yum....well done Captain and well done Dutch Passion.i am a couple of weeks from harvesting my Skunk#11,from a seed that was donated to me by Capt.Beefheart and i am well happy with it,nice big buds in a tiny tent. Keep up the great work guys....
 

On 15 -08-2014 at 17:37 u Vlad the Inhaler wrote:
Nice work Beef, big shout to the Tomorite crew! Keep showing em how it's done on a shoe string budget, ATB!
 

On 24 -08-2014 at 19:34 u KrazyDave wrote:
Quality review and a top grow from Ole Beefy dude!! Keep it up, keep it simple and it'll keep you sweet innit!!! Mon the tokers :D
 

On 19 -05-2015 at 20:33 u Canadian Cannabist wrote:
Very nice Beefy. I am looking forward to doing more Skunk#11, I got 2 mothers that will be ready for cloning in 2 weeks or less. Just pulled 450g off of my first plant. I might do an entire room of it next time.
 

On 05 -05-2018 at 19:41 u JP wrote:
I grew skunk 11 a few summers ago (outside, Montreal) and it’s easily one of my all time favorite strains. It grew to become a monster in poor weather conditions and once cured had the most pleasant smell and a super fun high. I actually wrote a song about it called Summer Skunk. 10/10
 




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