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710 Genetics - Berry OG Kush

710 Genetics - Berry OG Kush cannabis seed
Seeds from 710 Genetics
SEV-BERRY-OG-KUSH
Genetics:
BlueberryOG Kush
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This Indica dominant hybrid was created by crossing Blueberry with OG Kush. It has a berry aroma, mild flavour and is both sweet and fruity, leaving a lasting impression.
Berry OG Kush is a strain with very dense buds and a big resin producer, which finishes in 8-9 weeks indoors and delivers a uniquely dark colour, strong structure with average yields and rock-hard buds. Berry OG Kush gives a euphoric head buzz that weighs heavily on your eyes, whilst relieving you of stress.

Indoor Grow?Yes
Outdoor Grow?Yes
Greenhouse Grow?Yes
Feminized?Yes
Photoperiod?Yes
Medical Uses0
Mostly Indica?Yes
Height NotesMedium
Flowering TimeMedium
YieldAverage
Yield Notes
Grams m2
THC ContentHigh
THC %15-20%
CBD %Unknown
Taste NotesSweet, Fruity
Noted Effects
GeneticsBlueberry x OG Kush

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