Cosmic Kiss Feminized

Cosmic Kiss Feminized

We have documented every step of the Cosmic Kiss Feminized growth cycle, from germination to harvest. With an exceptional parental lineage, including Rainbow Belts 2.0 and Bacio, this well-rounded hybrid is known for its medium size and bountiful yields while providing a harmonious balance of calming relaxation and invigorating euphoria.

Flowering stage: 57 days

Total time, seed to harvest: 85 days

Final yield: 145 grams

THC content: 20.5%

We were thrilled to cultivate the Cosmic Kiss Feminized plant as part of our grow report series! As we all know, maintaining stable environmental conditions is crucial for a successful harvest. Therefore, we paid close attention to environmental controls and kept any fluctuations to a minimum. Daytime temperatures were maintained at 23°C, while nighttime temperatures dropped to 21°C. Although we adjusted the humidity levels throughout the cultivation cycle, we started with 65% humidity.

Our feeding system was a breeze, relying solely on Bio Grow and Bio Bloom nutrients. As usual, we opted for the BAC Lava mix as our growing medium and used a 1000W Green Power Phillips HPS for optimal photosynthesis. During the vegetation stage, we followed a standard lighting schedule of 18 hours on and 6 hours off. Then, we switched to a 12/12 lighting schedule for the flowering stage. In addition to this, we used oscillating fans to ensure proper air circulation throughout the canopy.

Germination & seedling

During week one of the cultivation process, we initiated the germination process of our Cosmic Kiss Feminized seeds by enclosing them between two damp paper towels, which were then placed between two plates. This method helps to retain moisture and provides a conducive environment for the seeds to sprout. We then put the seeds in a warm, dark location and waited patiently for the initial sprouts to emerge, which typically takes 3-7 days, depending on the strain.

When we noticed that the roots of our Cosmic Kiss seedling were starting to protrude out of the bottom of the smaller pot, we knew it was time to transplant it into a larger container. We opted for a 5-litre container to give the root zone ample space to spread out and grow. Our Cosmic Kiss Feminized was starting, so we maintained our EC levels at 0.8. By the end of the week, our seedling had grown to a height of 3 cm.

Transplanting into a larger container allows the plant to access more nutrients, water, and oxygen, leading to faster growth and healthier plants overall. The process of transplanting can be delicate, but with careful handling, we were able to successfully move our young plant without causing any damage to the fragile root system. With its new home, we are excited to see how our Cosmic Kiss will continue to thrive and develop.


In the second week, we observed robust growth due to the 18-hour light cycle and 6-hour darkness cycle. During this phase, the plant focuses on developing leaves, stems, and roots. As the leaves grew, they became more prominent and played a vital role in photosynthesis, absorbing light energy and converting it into nutrients for the plant’s growth. We began introducing Bio Grow to support the plant’s nutritional requirements.

As our Cosmic Kiss developed, we gradually increased our water supplement to 200 ml and our EC levels to 1.4. The plant responded positively, showing robust growth and healthy foliage. By the end of the week, the plant had reached an impressive height of 9 cm. We took a proactive approach to Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and have released Amblyseius Cucumeris and Amblyseius californicus to combat thrip larvae and two-spotted spider mites in our indoor growing space.

During the third week of our cultivation cycle, we observed that the internodes of our Cosmic Kiss were beginning to elongate as it grew 14 cm taller. We took this as a sign of healthy growth and continued to monitor the plant closely during this phase of its vegetative stage. The plant’s rapid growth meant its nutrient requirements increased, so we increased the volume of our nutrient solution to 200 ml.

To minimise the risk of unwanted pests in our growing area, we took preventive measures and hung sachets of predatory mites around the base of the apical mainstem. Without harmful chemicals, these natural predators help control common pests like spider mites, thrips, and whiteflies. These proactive steps ensured our plants remained healthy and pest-free throughout vegetation.


At the start of week four of the growth cycle, we continued to observe our Cosmic Kiss; the leaves were still developing, and the apical mainstem was becoming more robust. We adjusted the light cycle to 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness. This change signals the plant that it is time to start producing buds rather than focusing on vegetative growth.

During flowering, cannabis requires less nitrogen and more phosphorus and potassium, essential for bud development. We stopped using Bio Grow to meet these requirements and switched to Bio Bloom. In anticipation of the increased growth, we decreased humidity to 60% to prevent any moisture-related issues. We also increased the EC levels to 1.7 and water volume to 400 ml. Our Cosmic Kiss strain was thriving, and as expected, it grew to an impressive height of 38 cm.

In week five of our growth cycle, we noticed the first signs of flowering in the form of preflowers at the internodes. This exciting development signals the transition from vegetative growth to reproductive growth. We increased the EC levels to 1.7 to support the new growth and adjusted the water volume to 800 ml. However, small changes to the nutrient solution can impact plant health, and it’s recommended to check for any nutrient deficiencies before they become more serious.

During the sixth week, we observed the initial signs of stretch, and Cosmic Kiss had reached an impressive height of 68 cm! While many growers prefer low-stress training techniques to promote an even canopy and enhance light penetration, we allowed our Cosmic Kiss to grow naturally.

Maintaining our IPM strategy, we hung more Amblyseius Cucumeris and Amblyseius Californicus sachets. Although we increased the watering volume to 1000 ml, the EC levels will remain consistent at 1.8 for the remainder of the growth cycle.

During the seventh week, as part of our organic IPM strategy, we added more sachets of predatory mites to the lower canopy to combat pests. As the stretching phase commenced, we noticed a minor shift in the plant’s morphology, especially in the spacing between the branches near the main stem. At this point, Cosmic Kiss had grown to 84 cm, and we increased our watering volume to 1500 ml. The buds have started to develop and are gradually increasing in size, showing signs of swelling.

At the beginning of week eight, we initiated a flush day, where we gave our plant 1500 ml of plain water to eliminate any accumulation of salt nutrients in the soil. To prevent bud rot, we removed large fan leaves where side branching had grouped closely together. This eliminated microclimates within the canopy and allowed more light to lower bud sites where new stigmas started showing. After taking our measurements at the end of the week, our Cosmic Kiss remained at 97 cm.

We noticed little vertical growth in our Cosmic Kiss at the end of the ninth week. Instead, the buds had significantly swollen, and the main cola had become too heavy to support itself. To avoid any damage to the plant, we provided support by placing a stake in the soil beside it. This allowed the plant to focus all its energy on bud production. To accommodate the increased size of the buds, we decided to reduce the humidity levels to 58%, which helped prevent mould or mildew.

As we approach week ten, Cosmic Kiss has reached 108 cm, and we are thrilled to see significant progress in the development of the buds. The trichomes are becoming more prominent, indicating that the flowering stage is well underway. To promote the growth of the developing biomass, we lowered the humidity level to 56% and continued watering 1500 ml with an EC of 1.8. These watering and EC levels will remain constant until harvest to ensure the best possible outcome.

During week eleven, we continued our IPM strategy by hanging Amblyseius Cucumeris and Amblyseius Californicus sachets to prevent any thrip larvae or other pests from causing harm. Our Cosmic Kiss had slowed its vertical growth and was currently at 111 cm.

The orange stigmas were now more prominent and had retreated into the bracts, giving the buds a fuller appearance. The sight of the trichomes covering the buds was a clear indication that the plants were now entering the final stage of development.

After twelve weeks of carefully cultivating our plants, harvest time has finally arrived. We have closely monitored the plants throughout their growth cycle, checking for signs of maturity and ensuring they receive the proper nutrients and care needed to produce high-quality buds. The buds had become dense and resinous, with a strong aroma and vibrant colours. The trichomes had turned a milky white colour, indicating that the THC levels were at their peak.

Our Cosmic Kiss Feminized has reached 116 cm in height and displays medium-sized, tightly packed calyxes. The strain is highly resinous, making it a delight for us growers. While some buds run on the upper stem and branches, the flower clusters remain dense, unlike Haze strains. With purple hues and olive-green foliage, this strain has high visual appeal and was fantastic to grow. Now, it was time to get drying, trimming and curing!


To ensure the highest quality of our cannabis, we take great care in the post-harvesting process. After the plant was cut down at the stem, we maintained a steady room environment to begin drying. Our Cosmic Kiss Feminized was hung upside down in our designated drying area and left for 21 days. Temperatures were maintained at 15.5 °C, while the relative humidity levels were kept at 60% to avoid the potential for mould and disease.

After achieving the desired dryness level, it was time to trim the plant. We put on our rubber gloves to avoid trichome damage and carefully removed the fan leaves and excess plant matter from the buds. This ensures a smooth smoking experience and enhances the overall quality of the final product. After the trimming process was complete, we placed the dried cannabis in airtight containers to begin the curing process.

Our curing process lasted for a total of three months, during which we carefully monitored the cannabis and allowed it to mature and develop its unique flavour and aroma profile. We regularly burped the jars to ensure proper air circulation, replenishing fresh air and removing stagnant air to preserve its terpene content. This strain offers impressive effects and a multi-dimensional flavour and aroma profile that will satisfy even the most discerning cannabis enthusiasts.

Terpene profile

It’s obvious both newcomers and experienced cultivators highly appreciate our Cosmic Kiss Feminized due to its one-of-a-kind flavour profile, and we can see why! As the flowering period progressed, we noticed an emergence of pungent aromas in our growing room. After undergoing a meticulous 3-month curing process, we were overwhelmed to discover the captivating terpene profiles of Cosmic Kiss Feminized in our cured cannabis flowers.

After grinding our cured cannabis flower, we transferred the finely ground material into a generously sized, unbleached rolling paper and expertly rolled an ample joint, sharing the experience with friends. The high from Cosmic Kiss Feminized was initially euphoric and uplifting, followed by a heavy body sensation that induced relaxation and mild sedation. We were impressed with this strain’s quality and potency, and we highly recommend it to anyone looking for a potent and flavorful smoke.

In addition to its potent effects, Cosmic Kiss Feminized also had a complex and exciting terpene profile. The strain had a sweet, fruity aroma, prominent citrus notes, and tropical fruits. This fruity aroma was complemented by hints of earthy and floral undertones, giving the strain a well-rounded and balanced aroma. The dominant terpenes in Cosmic Kiss Feminized were limonene, myrcene, and caryophyllene, known for their potentially uplifting, relaxing, and anti-inflammatory properties.

The outcome

Cosmic Kiss Feminized has quickly gained a reputation for its exceptional flavour profile. This strain offers a unique and complex taste that is truly out of this world. The flavour profile of Cosmic Kiss is multi-dimensional, with a combination of sweet, fruity, and floral notes that tantalise the taste buds. The aroma is equally enticing, with a pungent and skunky scent that is sure to delight even the most discerning cannabis enthusiasts.

The exceptional flavour profile of Cosmic Kiss is due to its genetic makeup. It is a hybrid strain that crosses two Rainbow Belts 2.0 and Bacio, resulting in a unique flavour combination. This strain’s careful cultivation and curing process is vital in its exceptional flavour profile. Whether you are a novice or an experienced grower, Cosmic Kiss is a strain worth considering. Its diverse flavours and remarkable effects make it a great addition to any cannabis collection.

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