OG Kush is a notorious West-Coast legend that has risen to cult status thanks to her popularity with the rich and famous. Dinafem’s OG Kush is the mix of ChemDawg x Lemon Thai/Pakistani, resulting in a very potent and exotic hybrid. Expect a pungent, connoisseur level flavour and a slow creeping, heavy high. OG Kush flowers in 55 days, producing up to 550g/m² indoors or 1100g/plant outdoors.
|Genetics||75% indica - 25% sativa|
|Parents||Lemon Thai/Pakistani x Chemdawg|
|Flowering period||55 days|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
If you’re going to a party, bring some OG Kush with you for instant recognition. This strain has risen to a legendary status. Dinafem decided to cross Chemdawg together with Lemon Thai/Pakistani to emulate the original OG Kush recipe.
OG stands for “Ocean Grown” or “Ocean Green”, which marks its Californian origins. In the 90's, Cali breeders decided to mix the legendary Chemdawg together with Lemon Thai/Pakistani Kush, which led to amazingly dank buds that generate a heavy physical high. The perfect couch-locker some might say.
Dinafem perfected the OG Kush recipe, which resulted in a cultivar that finishes flowering in only 55 days. OG Kush reaches medium heights indoors and up to 300cm outside! Make sure to have sufficient space for her. When the buds are harvested, one can expect 550g/m² from an indoor grow, while outdoors, OG Kush can produce up to 1100g/plant. That’s a lot of Kush man!
OG Kush by Dinafem produces about 20-24% of THC, which is an extremely potent amount, so consume with care. You can’t go wrong with OG Kush, it’s a party-pleaser that generates brilliant highs, yields, and delicious citrus-fruity aromas.
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