Killing Fields is caused by some breeding by the Seeds of Sannie . Using two of their strains, The One and Jack, they come up with this sativa that is well known for its aroma. Killing fields packs a candy sugar and spice blend and citrus. It feels especially for patients looking for something tasty. Like most sativas, this breed is slower to flower at 11-13 weeks. It grows tall, so space is vital, especially since these plants do best indoors. When the buds do show up, they’ll be large foxtails of dark blue and green. This is one for sativa fans with a powerful impression that lasts.