What is the Black Tuna strain good for?
Black Tuna cannabis seeds will leave you smiling: Expect serene body effects that feel happy yet intensely mellow.
However, just before you sink into the couch, you’ll experience a quick-hitting mental euphoria. Cerebral and bubbly, this state will gradually dissipate into a deep and indulgent sense of calm.
While this strain may not have the highest levels of THC (upwards of 23% when you’re lucky) too much can still leave you glued to the couch. Whether you’re seeking a dreamlike, uplifting experience or heavy physical relaxation, Purple Punch seeds will allow you to pleasantly wind down—whether on a lazy afternoon or just before bed.
Which parent strains create Black Tuna?
A cross between the indica-dominant strain Herojuana and Sativa-heavy Lamb’s Bread, Black Tuna seeds provide a balanced mixture of 60% Indica and 40% Sativa. The result is a strain that combines some of the most compelling characteristics of each of its parents: Its floaty, dreamy, cerebral effects are followed by a relaxing drop from the clouds to the couch.
Appearance, taste, and aroma
Black Tuna won’t be winning any awards for its scent – on the nose, you’ll most likely notice its skunkiness, with earthy tones tempering that pungency. The flavor follows the aroma, though slightly more herbal
A spicy and intense strain, Black Tuna seeds produce plants that are often described as having a diesel-like quality. Its earthy taste is topped off with hints of skunk and pepper. While some report fruity undertones that are subtly sweet, this strain’s true calling card is its unusual herbal taste and pungency.
Black Tuna cannabis seeds typically grow to medium heights, but on occasion can flourish into moderately tall plants. Their broad leaves are a lush, dark green while their buds are dense, resinous, and boast a purple hue that is intensely deep and dark.
How long does Black Tuna flower for?
Black Tuna strain seeds have a flowering period of 8-9 weeks after which they can be harvested until the end of the season (typically a period of ten weeks).
The process requires some expertise and attention to detail, as it’s a relatively difficult strain to cultivate. Black Tuna seeds prefer a warm, sunny climate and need to be grown indoors using hydroponic systems or soil.
The plants can reach up to six feet in height and require regular pruning and training to maximize yields. However, novice growers should be aware that this strain is not ideal for beginners, as it requires a significant amount of care and attention.
How much do Black Tuna seeds yield?
The ideal time to harvest Black Tuna marijuana plants is around late September to early October if grown outdoors. When grown indoors, Black Tuna has a flowering time of about 8-9 weeks, after which the plant is ready for harvest. On average, growers can expect indoor yields of about 14 ounces per square meter. Outdoor growers can expect a slightly higher strain yield, with around 16 ounces per plant.