A living legend, OG Kush is synonymous with celebrity lifestyle and fame. She is the crossing of Chemdawg x Lemon Thai x Pakistani Kush, and the result is an award-winning top shelf strain that induces a strong and heavy body stone. Combine this with her connoisseur level flavour, and you can see why it is a celeb favourite. OG Kush flowers in 7-9 weeks and can produce up to 475g/m².
|Genetics||75% indica - 25% sativa|
|Parents||Chemdawg x Lemon Thai x Pakistani Kush|
|Flowering period||7-9 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Royal Queen Seeds|
One cannot simply go through life without growing OG Kush at least once. This extraordinary surfer strain, straight outta’ California, has become a universal success. The parents of the OG Kush are Chemdawg x Lemon Thai x Pakistani Kush.
Legend has it, that at the Grateful Dead tour of 91’, a dude called Chemdog purchased some expensive Dog Bud marijuana. To his surprise, the baggie included a few seeds that he later used to cultivate his own strain, named “Chemdog”. It made its way to California, got mixed with amazing Lemon Thai and Pakistani Kush, and there you have it; OG Kush. By the way, OG stands for Ocean Grown, not Original Gangster…
The genetics are indica dominant at 75%. This indica strain is a perfect couch-locker with some happy/uplifting feelings sprinkled on top, courtesy of the 25% sativa genes.
Within 7-9 weeks, the flowering stage will be completed, you will get buds in no time; it makes sense considering its indica genes. 19% of THC shall be produced by the OG Kush, it's a solid amount that will deliver sweet dreams with its dank aromas. CBD levels are also present in medium amounts.
For indoor growers, the OG Kush will provide 425-475g/m²; outdoor growers can expect 500-550g/plant, which is great considering its short life span. October is the ultimate month for harvesting outdoor grown OG kush. Indoors, this cultivar reaches around 90-160cm in height. Outdoors, one can expect 180-220cm tall plants.
Get it, grow it, and experience this chilled-out strain on a beach, somewhere in the sun.
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