In order to create a high-potency, energizing cannabis experience, Ken Estes, the creator of Grand Daddy Purp and Bay 11, crossed Appalachia and his own Ken’s Kush strain. This strain is also known as Grand Daddy Bay 11. The strain has a strong, earthy aroma and a smoother, spiced-fruit flavor. Online sources claim that the typical THC content is around 20%.
At the 2011 High Times Cannabis Cup, Bay 11 won first place.
When raised outdoors, Bay 11 can reach heights of almost 10 feet while remaining short and squat indoors. To make sure that all branches receive light, regular pruning is advised. When grown outdoors, the strain enjoys a lengthy nine to ten-week flowering period and is ready for harvest in late October. It prefers warm, semi-humid environments. The large, cylindrical colas are covered in clear, sticky trichomes and have large, fluffy green buds with a scattering of orange pistils. Considering that Bay 11 produces high yields and has a strong aroma, odor-masking equipment might be required.