Old School Skunk, who's found it???

johny22

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Hi all, been hunting a true skunk for so long anyone found anything close to it? I'm not talking about the sweet one i want the foul stench skunk, so so hard to find have any of u come across this please comment, or is it best to just start back with the landrace Afghan?
 

HamNEggs

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There is a dude on IG the.nature.farm that has some old school skunk being worked. Not sure how or what he does for getting it out there. I mostly look at his stuff for the KNF.
 

Happy Leaf

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Hi all, been hunting a true skunk for so long anyone found anything close to it? I'm not talking about the sweet one i want the foul stench skunk, so so hard to find have any of u come across this please comment, or is it best to just start back with the landrace Afghan?
There is one old school roadkill skunk elite clone from the 80's called Shoreline. You'll probably find some strains called that or what not, but the real cutting of it is in the south surprisingly, Texas, Louisiana etc. By now I'd think it would be found elsewere but I am not sure. First time I had it I was genuinely shocked at the aroma. Pure skunky foulness that smacks you right in the face, baby shit, body odor, putrid, yet pungently earthy/slightly piney with a hint of candied lemons at the end. Its a multiple layered aroma. It's the loudest and smelliest strain I have ever had (when grown optimally). More so than any og or fuel type of strain I've had so far, in terms of foulness and the immediate smell of putrid skunk/poop. Sativa dominant, fast and trippy, paranoid then heavy and relaxing high, ultra sticky, flowers a bit longer (10-12 weeks, I believe). Hopefully some people on the coasts have this cut, it needs to be crossed in an inbred line imo! It's always a rare treat when growers who have the real original cut grow it out, let alone share it, the real deal can be spotted a mile away not only by its smell, but I can always tell by the bud structure as well. I really want some now. There's some info online about it, it's akin to how og kush started in a way.
 
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Tstat

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I'll always remember a Patriots game back in the 80's where a friend brought a single, fat joint of "skunk". She said it was Afghani and it smelled just like a skunk's ass. It was SO potent. The only thing I have had that was as potent was a bud of Acapulco Gold, that had practically no smell, lol.

Ah, the good old days.
 

Capt. Stickyfingers

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Skunk is derived from Afghan.

Skunk #1 (the original) is currently for sale from Sensi Seeds.

Supa Skunk (crossed back with Afghan) is currently for sale from Nirvana.

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Nah, those aren't skunk. They should just drop the name already. Sam's skunk 1 and the roadkill skunk that everyone wants are not the same. People want their skunk skunky, not fruity or sweet.
 

Enigma

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Well then, you've found a skunk #1 nobody else has found.

It's ALL fruity crap now with maybe a hint of "skunk". Anybody who smoked the real deal rks back in the day and has tried ANYTHING "skunk" the last 20 years knows its gone.

It must have been 15 years ago, give or take a few, when I met some people growing Skunk #1, Supa Skunk, Sensi Star, Virginia Mist, etc. They opened my eyes to growing.

Again, I don't know what you thought you bought but it wasn't Skunk. Skunk has never been fruity or sweet, it smells like a skunk.
 
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