Querkle is a happy indica with uplifting and relaxing effects. A sweet body buzz and spacey head high make Querkle a great evening or night choice.
Querkle has wide leathery leaves and a typical short, thick indica profie. It thrives indoors and outdoors in climates that have good weather until late October. These moderate feeding plants have almost no stretch, so they can be vegetated longer in order to gain size. Even though they stay compact, Querkle's internodes are tight. Breeder Subcool recommends topping them early. It is also a good idea to thin out the fan leaves to allow light to reach the lower branches. Once topped, Querkle plants form large three-headed bushes with bottom stems as big around as your thumb. When given sufficient vegetative time, topped, and grown in soil, plants consistently yield 4 ounces each.A sea of green method can also be used. Clones that are budded at 12 inches, produce about 3/4 ounce (21g) per bud site. These plants also do very well when untopped and grown in a screen of green style. Beginners and advanced growers all seem to enjoy growing Querkle. Fans of color will be thrilled by this plant's transformation as it flowers. The undersides of the fan leaves turn the rich reds of burgundy wine midway through flowering. As they reach maturity, the leaves and stems become dark purple, and the entire plant takes on a purplish-silvery black shading. Buds are dense and heavy with a purple tint.