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Cookies Kush is a cross of the strain that has made such a big impact in the USA- Girl Scout Cookies - and a potent OG Kush. It is a 70% indica strain providing a fantastic combination of flavour, aroma and sheer power.
Cookies Kush, unlike some connoisseur cannabis stains, is very straightforward to grow and is extremely forgiving of both difficult conditions and little gardening errors. It is a small/medium-sized plant that grows to 90 - 100 cm. indoors as well as outdoors. The density of its buds precludes greenhouse cultivation unless very good air circulation is possible, e.g. by using powerful fans, as mould is a danger as buds close in on ripeness. Indoor-grown plants will be ready in 8 - 9 weeks of flowering while plants grown outdoors will be harvested by the end of September in northern latitudes. Yields are right up there amongst the best; 650 gr/m2 indoors is expected.
THC production is a very impressive 24% with 1.2% CBD. Girl Scout Cookies is well-known for its delicious mint-chocolate flavour and this facet is retained in Cookies Kush. It is destined to be a favourite plant for many people.
HTCC Winner 2014.
|Height Notes||90-100 CMS|
|Taste Notes||Chocolate, Sweet|
|Genetics||Girl Scout Cookies X Rolex OG Kush|
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