Chronic Regular seeds
The Chronic regular from Serious Seeds is a genetic mixture of the legendary Northern Lights, Skunk #1 and AK 47. Producing 350-600 g/m2 in just 56-63 days of flowering, this regular bud is perfect for breeders and those who do not want to sacrifice quality for yield size.
- Serious Seeds
- Chronic stone
- Northern Light x Skunk x Northern Light x AK47
- Multiple Cup Winner
- 350 - 600 g/m² indoors
- 56 - 63 days
- Late October
- Sativa / Indica hybrid
- No official information
Chronic Regular: A Mixture of Legendary Old-school Genetics
The Chronic regular from Serious Seeds is a three-way cross between Northern Lights, Skunk #1 and AK 47. A resulted in fast flowering, resilient and vigorous high yielding cannabis strain of top quality.
Chronic will grow up to medium size, usually with one, big, large, dense cola from top to bottom with few side branches with similar, smaller buds. Topping or FIMing is not recommended, as it will usually lower the yield. Its compact stature makes it a great choice for SoG and it will produce 350-600 gr/m2 after a 56-63 day flowering period. The slightly longer internodes not only make it easier to trim but also means it requires very little care and work to achieve nice, quality harvest.
- Suggested nutrients: Hesi, Atami
- Recommended techniques: Sea of Green (SoG)
- Indoor lighting Suggestion: HID 600W bulbs for both the vegetation and flowering periods may help to produce around 350-400g/m2
- Usually testing at 14-22% THC with 1-2% CBD (with some samples testing as high as 13%)
Put Some Spices Into Your Life
Chronic will emit a sweet scent as it starts flowering, which will be carried through to the finished product. The flavours are sweet and spicy with apple and citrus hints. The well-balanced effects are energizing and relaxing.
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