By / October 8, 2019

Zkittlez marijuana varieties – the 5 most popular hybrids

Zkittlez marijuana is now a very popular brand in the United States. At the High Times Cannabis Cup in Michigan in 2015, it won the title of Best Indica Variety.

The THC content of Zkittlez was between 15% and 23%. Winning the Cannabis Cup caused growers to create hybrids of this strain in order to achieve the desired plant characteristics. Below is a description of Zkittlez and four of its hybrids, each of which is unique.


Zkittlez from the Dying Breed Seeds Bank is a cross between Grape Ape x Grapefruit x Afghan Kush varieties that you will love. Zkittlez is not a beginner’s strain. Thus, as the THC concentration in this strain often exceeds 22%, giving you a powerful psychoactive effect. It is a balanced hybrid with a predominance of Indica genes (60%/40%) and has Afghan roots.

Zkittlez is suitable for beginner growers who don’t have much time to look after their plants. It has a flowering time of 60-65 days and outdoor yields are ready for harvest around October if the plant reaches the ground around April.

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Zkittlez is suitable for beginner growers who don’t have much time to look after their plants. (Source)

Sweet Zkittlez

Sweet Zkittlez from Royal Queen Seeds is a Grape Ape x Grapefruit hybrid with a clear Indica gene advantage (80%/20%). Equally, this is an interesting strain because, despite its Indica advantage, it is more like a Sativa. Sweet Zkittlez has a very sweet taste, and the plant emits the aroma of berries and grapes already at the vegetative stage. 15-22% THC will certainly be sufficient for many consumers.

Sweet Zkittlez crops can be impressive – whether it’s indoors or outdoors. which you can expect a yield in the region of 500-700g/m2. It flowers in just 7-9 weeks and is ready for harvest at the end of September.

Zkittlez OG Auto

Similarly, a unique combination of OG Kush and Zkittlez led to the creation of Zkittlez OG, which provides cosmic tranquillity. It’s an easy and fast-growing strain with a life cycle of fewer than 80 days from seed to harvest. Barney’s Farm says outdoor Zkittlez OG yields about 400g per plant.

Barney’s Farm created a highly aromatic and THC-rich variety that is not only used by recreational consumers but also by patients who want to relieve pain and improve sleep quality. If you are looking for an auto-flowering Zkittlez OG strain, you should check it out.

Gorilla Zkittlez

When that beast entered the lab, it showed about 24% THC. This is a powerful amount you would expect from any strain of cannabis that is a child of Gorilla Glue 4. The other parent is an award-winning strain called Zkittlez. Gorilla Zkittlez, which is a cross between both varieties, radiates fruity aromas. It is a strain that dominates the Indica genes and creates a nice and cozy feeling of relaxation.

Due to the flowering cycle lasts 56-63 days and the plant can deliver 500-600 g/m² for indoor and 1000-2000 g/m² for outdoor. Also, it is a very productive plant, with tops densely covered with crystals. Grown outdoors, Gorilla Zkittlez is ready to harvest in early October.

Sweet Zkittlez has a very sweet taste, and the plant emits the aroma of berries and grapes already at the vegetative stage. (Source)

Lemon Zkittlez

Lemon Zkittlez is a strain whose genetics derived from Las Vegas Lemon Skunk, which was crossed with phenomenal Zkittlez and is a phenotype of Yellow Lemon Zkittlez. This American strain yields high crops, fresh lemon aroma, and light green tops.

Lemon Zkittle is one of the most expensive varieties in the USA, where I often have to pay 35$ to play. However, it is easy to grow, produces a lot of resin and is 60% Sativa. Lemon Zkittle needs about 9-10 weeks of flowering to deliver a good yield.

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