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Flowering: 45-50 days.
Height: 100-130 cm.
Yield: up to 125 gr.
Flowering in greenhouse: mid-October.
Yield in greenhouse: up to 500 gr.
A fine blend of sweet orange flavoured Californian strains, combined with a skunky hash flavoured Indica. A versatile plant which performs well under all conditions. The more heavily branched specimens tend to be the big yielders.
Lighting was a 50/50 mix of 1000w MH and HPS. The plants were grown in soil with organic ferts mixed into the soil before planting. The plants started out under 40w fluorescent light in 16 oz. cups for approximately 4 weeks, then transplanted to 2 gallon pots under the MH and HPS. Plants were vegged for another 4 weeks, then the lights were turned back to 12/12. After the females were identified, most were transplanted into 5 gallon pots. No CO2 was used. The seeds were Sensi Seeds products purchased through Ubino.
Two packs, 32 seeds, were germed in paper towels. These seeds were a bit problematic. Some didn't germinate, others showed a root, but failed to develop any further. Others broke the surface of the soil, but didn't grow any "adult" leaves, stopping with just the 2 seed leaves. I ended up with 16 seedlings, 13 "normal" looking seedlings, with 3 "runts." The runts were discarded. Of the remaining 13, 7 turned out to be female. The plants physical appearance was very similar, with good branching. Finished heights were between 42 and 52 inches with the average at 48.3. Dry, manicured weights are as follows: min. 44g, max. 83g, average 56.7g. The smell and flavor was a little different for each plant, with the largest one being a bit fruity. The others had a better stone and resin, however. The high is quite "stony," not couch lock, but very nice. There were absolutely no hermies with this strain, but 2 were subject to mold, and the grow was kept a bit dry, so if any of you grow this, keep an eye out for the tell tale signs of "bud rot." If you can tolerate the low seedling to seed ratio, I would recommend growing this strain. - High Dog