KOS – Black Poison Skunk

(5 customer reviews)
  • Breeder: Kingdom Organic Seeds (KOS)
  • Lineage: Black Poison x Red Russian Skunk
  • Lighting: MH/LED/T5
  • Recommended Growing Style: TLO (True Living Organics)
  • Photoperiods: Sprouting 16/8, Veg 18/6, Flowering 11.5/12.5
  • Yield: Large
  • Flowering Time Indoors: 63 – 70 days
  • Harvest Outdoors: Unknown but likely last week of October in Northern Hemisphere

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The father (Black Poison) is a hybrid recombining my Black Forrest male and my Black Durban. A severely smelly and deadly variety with intensity for days… The mother is my Red Russian Skunk, a super olden (like olden from the early 80’s) inbred line of true Skunk with huge yields, fast finishing times and a devastating high-type. I do mean devastating too, this Skunk line along with being super skunk smelling and covered in resin, is also dumbfounding to both body and head.

This variety is sure to please most peeps in a big way with a big punch and large yields. The acrid cat piss smells of the Black Forrest combined with the super skunky terps of the Red Russian Skunk should make some of the smelliest cannabis you have ever grown; along with a ride that should be unforgettable in both power and legs

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5 reviews for KOS – Black Poison Skunk

  1. lowpro/neal

    Previously grew the Black Poison with great success.

    The Black Poison Skunk is a similar delight.
    I’d describe as less ‘edgy’ with longer legs. Smokes smooth even in a stone bowl.
    Trim makes lovely edibles.

    Mold free despite bud density on another cool wet spring, equatorial summer, damp fall.
    Chopped 1st week of Oct due to oncoming cold rain spell. But it was ready. I like the ‘snap’

    In a less stealthy, full sun patch, these things would be giant.

  2. Robar MI.

    I’ve been growing a very sativa pheno of the black poison skunk for over a year now. I only grow her inside but she does very well. Big and stretchy so your bondage skills must be on point but super nice smoke with pine cones running up the stem forming some nice colas. Her fans turn dark purple in the winter when my temps at night can get into low 60’s in the flower room when its real cold. She easily produces 4.5 – 5 oz. trimmed bud per 7 gal pot and I’ve gotten 7.5 trimmed, larf – free bud out of a 15 gal in the corner. She cranked right over and started growing toward the stronger light pushing other girls out of the way and effectively shading them out.

    She is a beautiful beast and is my daily smoke. Super functional and uplifting while also taking just the edge off my pain but leaving me able to work. No real munchies unless you are getting well medicated in the evening but they are manageable. During the day I’m busy and smoking her actually suppresses my appetite. Nice buzz and lasts a couple hours.

    Another old head I was smoking with a couple weeks ago smoked down a half a doob alone and said he was stoned 3 times in fifteen minutes. I know this old boy well and have for years and to hear the amazement in his voice still makes me chuckle. I sent him home with a sack and a rooted clone in a 1 gal pot. She is that worthy!

    I am very prone to anxiety/paranoia when smoking racy sativa. I get none of that from my BPS. As mentioned she is functional and motivating. Makes me want to get up and do things without much edginess.

    Skunk phenos that I grew had real hard nugget buds that formed nice sized cobs of dense couch lock smoke. Honestly it was a great night timer because it put me out but others liked it quite well.

    So in closing I’d like to thank the Rev for putting out this killer plant that has become my daily meds and an all time favorite.

  3. Jeff

    Amazing. Something special beyond a written description. No matter what you’ve already grown in your lifetime, you haven’t had this. Sure to please ANYONE.

  4. NorthnNuggs

    Just grew this out and finished 7/21 three females and one killer stud I made seeds with. Wow is all I can say. Nice stellar buds just like the description picture. I think mine got a little larger (longer and fatter). 80 plus grams a plant. They were around 36″ to 40″ in height and branching stayed close together. Easy to clone too. They have a great sweet aroma that I cant explain and it tastes like it smells (Kick Axe). The High is the best part next to its exotic taste and smell. Not over powering just that Old School high that gives you that Perma Smile and that great well being feeling with no worries in the world. This strain actually kills pain or it just makes you forget about it. If you are an artist you will appreciate this strain all day/night long. Couple puffs and you’re jammin your ass off. Just flat out the best Buzz I’ve had in a while. There is no crash with Black Poison Skunk. Like KOS says “legs for hours”. This was truly a treat to grow/smoke and will be around for awhile. Love these older strains they are just Stellar. If you are looking for a new strain to grow try this one out or any of KOS strains they are “Excellent” and easy to grow. I grew out some more pricier strains side by side Black Poison Skunk and this is by far a better strain and way cheaper on the pocket book. Black Poison Skunk just flat out “Rocks”. Peace out and grow your own.

  5. Justin

    I wasn’t very impressed with this cross. I’d consider it a low odor strain. All phenos did however yield considerably well and all had a beautiful coating of trichomes. All except for one showed awesome resistance to mold and disease in general. The smoke is some of the smoothest I’ve come across. Just not much flavor or smell compared to the rest of the garden.

    Don’t take this review the wrong way, though. I’m not dogging on their work. KOS is solid and I’ve had good experiences with their gear in the past. El Jefe Thai was some of the most beautiful bud I’ve ever seen and it smelled wonderful.The BPS though just doesn’t do it for me and doesnt really fit the description provided in my opinion.

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