Killer Grape = Killer Queen x Querkle
Subcool recently acquired Vic Highs clone only Killer Queen and paired it up with his infamous Querkle stud to create an amazing new hybrid he's calling Killer Grape. By adding the Querkle to the mix the intensions were to tighten node spacing, and new flavors and also providing some color to sweeten the pot
Once the seeds were planted I found the Killer Grape to be quite uniform through out the veg cycle staying relatively short and stocky-topped only once early in vegetation provided me with 2 main cola's pr plant. The leaves were of medium width and length with a rich forest green color. I have them in 4" pots for the 1st 3-4 weeks then I'll re-pot them to 3 gallons’ for an additional 4-6 weeks. At 10 weeks old from seed I placed them into the flower room to let them do their thing and I was gifted with 6 ladies from a 10 pack.
Stretch was about 2 times but I like keeping my day and night temps within 10 degree’s to help control the stretch during the 1st 2-3 weeks of budding. By the 4th week I was gazing upon 2 variations of flowers once the onset of budding was underway. At about 6 weeks in the Querkle dominant pheno’s were dense and chunky but had a slight spear shape while the Killer Queen versions kept there spear shaped cones and a little lighter and fluffier. I fell in love with the aromas eminating from them by week 4 with grape’s, sour grapes ,citus’s, spice’s hashy tones, it was heaving as soon as I opened the door.
The flavor’s and aroma’s shine on this line. I love how the taste’s just linger in the pallet like your favorite food. You can realy smell and taste the Grapiness from the Querkle dominant versions with some added spice’s, citrus’s as well as the earthy tones. The Killer Queen samples however seemed to have retained most of their original flavors and the grape is on the back side. I personally would invest in a 10 pack for the variety of females to choose from Killer Grape can be some pretty serious medicine and could be a little to strong for the inexperienced. Two of the samples I tried in particular hit me pretty hard after just a few hits in the Sublimator. I was so high I couldn’t keep my eyes open but my mind was tripping and my body to lazy to move. It lasted for 20-3o minutes then leveled off to cruzing speed. The remaining 4 samples were very well balanced both body and mind which is good for the sole but yet still were strong enough to keep me well medicated for a couple of hours before re-loading.
Resin, what can I say about the resin’s, I’ll let the photo’s speak for themselves how’s that.
Best way to grow: Topped 2 or more times to form bush’s or in a sea of green.
Pheno Type: Querkle dominant chunky fat clusters and Killer Queen spear shaped and both expressing purple and maroon/burgundy colors.
Height: medium to tall
Yield: Medium to Large yields with lots of resin for your concentrates
Recommended for both Indoor and Outdoor’s preferably organic (IMO)
Harvest: 8-9 weeks
Hybrid: Killer Queen x Querkle
High Type: Very fast and hard hitting leaving your face and head reeling and your body to numb to move.
Taste/Aroma: Grapes, Sour Grape’s, Fruity, Spicy and Hashy, Earthy.
Words and pictures by Ocanabis
Originally published in Weed World Magazine 118