Bubba Kush is suitable for all kinds of growers, rookies included, because she is indeed a really grateful plant: resistant to drought and with a short flowering of 60-65 days, she provides marvelous results in exchange for very little attention. There’s only one drawback: she has plenty of incredibly wide leaves that could prevent the buds in the centre from receiving the amount of light they need. But there’s an easy solution to this problem: trimming.
Let’s keep a watchful eye on her growth at the end of the vegetative phase, right when the plant is about to start the flowering, because that’s when we could ruin everything. We should, therefore, trim the central leaves because only in this way, with the best ventilation and light conditions, will we be able to get central buds that grow normally, without any moisture-related problems. Don’t forget that, when growing outdoors with natural light, Bubba Kush is ready for harvest by mid-October.