Big Kush offers the chance to meet a surprising and delicious plant brimming with strength and energy. Despite her being so easy to grow, it may be necessary to keep an eye on her growth when cultivating indoors because some phenotypes tend to stretch in excess. Outdoors, the best results are obtained in dry, sunny, temperate and Mediterranean climates, or under the protection of the greenhouse. Her low resistance to moisture is made up for a short flowering period that makes her less likely to be hit by humidity-related problems. Outdoors, she’ll be ready for harvest by late September or early October, and, indoors, in some 55-60 days. Should we want to use this strain for therapeutic purposes, we’d better use organic fertilizers moderately. This way, our buds will be totally healthy. The intense aroma they give off, though, may require some good-quality anti-odour systems if we want to go unnoticed.