How to Level Up the Permy Marker Strain

How to Level Up the Permy Marker Strain

Yo, peeps! Listen up, ’cause I got some dope news for all you growers out there. There’s this strain called Permanent Marker, and it just won Leafly Strain of the Year 2023, ya heard? It’s gonna be the bomb, so get ready to jump on that train.

Now, Permanent Marker started out as a clone in 2022, but now you can cop some feminized seeds and crosses. This strain is the result of some hyper-refined Gelato work, with a mix of (Biscotti S1 x Sherb Bx1) x Jealousy F2. If you wanna get your hands on these seeds, hit up They got what you need.

But enough chit-chat, let’s talk about how to grow this bad boy. First off, Permanent Marker is an indoor-tested strain. It was developed in Northridge, CA, and let me tell you, it’s got some serious bling. The buds are dense and the yields are huge. But here’s the deal, it ain’t an easy strain to grow. It takes some skill and experience to keep this baby happy. If you ain’t got what it takes, this strain ain’t gonna yield for you.

And listen up, if you’re thinking about growing Permanent Marker outdoors, think again. Those dense nugs might attract some botrytis, which is a fancy word for bud rot. So unless you got the right environment and settings, stick to growing this strain indoors.

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Now let’s talk about what this strain likes. Permanent Marker is all about that light and food, yo. Indoors, people are running this baby with high-pressure sodium lamps, LEDs, or a mix of both. It can handle intense light and it loves to eat. Unlike other strains like OG Kush or Sour Diesel that can be picky about their light and food, Permanent Marker is chill. It’s got a good structure with branchy plants and golf ball-sized nugs. Easy peasy.

But don’t think this strain is gonna finish too fast or too slow. It’s right in the middle with a flowering time of 8 to 9 weeks. So be patient, my friends.

Now, let’s talk yield. Permanent Marker is considered a medium yielder, but here’s the thing—it all depends on your skills as a grower. If you know what you’re doing, you can get some serious buds from this strain. But if you’re a newbie, don’t expect miracles.

So there you have it, folks. Permanent Marker is the strain to grow in 2023. It may not be the easiest strain to handle, but if you figure it out, you’ll be rolling in the green. Just remember to keep it indoors, give it lots of light and food, and be patient with its flowering time.

Now go out there and grow some dank buds, my fellow growers. And remember, stay lit!

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