Grease Monkey Budder will be an amazing pick if you are a lover of gas or skunk, the high is potent. Most definitely, Grease Monkey Budder treat is a nice way to end the day
Grease Monkey’s buds have a characteristically indica appearance, with dense and solid buds of medium size. The flowers adhere in elongated, conical shapes. The leaves themselves appear pale green and are shot through with hairy, dark orange pistils. Perhaps most impressively, sticky white trichomes cling like frost to the inner and outer surfaces of the buds, accounting for this strain’s trippy effects and making it very difficult to break apart without the help of a grinder. Flowers of Grease Monkey give off an odor that is simultaneously sweet and skunk. The influence of Chemdawg and Sour Diesel — by way of parent strain Gorilla Glue — are clear in the astringent, fuel-like top notes. On closer inspection, a more complex sweetness becomes evident.
Grease Monkey Growing INFO
Grease Monkey, Created by Exotic Genetix, isn’t the easiest strain to grow, but it is not impossible. Although it is Indica dominant, it grows like a Sativa. The hardest part is caring for it when it gets tall. You’ll need to practice pruning and possibly top your plants. Other than that, it’s a hardy plant that is resistant to diseases, molds, and bacteria.
This strain grows well indoors if there is enough space. What isn’t easy (other than the height), is the incredibly dank smell. You’ll want to invest in carbon filters. Outdoors, it likes a humid, sunny environment in the 70s or 80s.
Grease Monkey has a relatively short flowering time of only 8 to 9 weeks. If grown well, it can yield as much as 18oz per square meter, making it well worth the effort.
Having the perfect outdoor environment, Grease Monkey can yield up to 21 oz per plant. It flowers in October.
Grease Monkey yields 18oz per square meter indoors and 21oz per plant outdoors.
Originally bred by Exotic Genetix, This strain was created from a cross between Gorilla Glue #4 and Cookies and Cream.