Original Strawberry Cough feminized seeds
This American strain was developed in New York State by the breeder Kyle Kushman, a renowned breeder and grower. The name means “strawberry cough”, it is quite expectorant and tastes like Strawberry.
- Dinafem Seeds
- 625 g
- 65 days
- End October
- Sativa dominant
- No official information
Dinafem Feminised Original Strawberry Cough Seeds Info
A common friend of Kyle Kushman and Dinafem offered to bring us this delicious genetics from NYC so we could try it and develop seeds. Obviously we could not refuse such offer. We tested it several times, and loved it so much, that one of our breeders considers it one of his all-times top 5 favorites.
The genetic base is composed of a Sativa strain with a strong Haze component called Cough, and an Indica strain called Strawberry, which brings the fruity sweet taste of strawberries. The sativa hybrid predominance leads to a vigorous plant that grows well, but keeps a balanced structure, with short internodal distances. It blooms in just nine weeks and it has a very powerful, clean and long lasting effect. In addition, tastes sweet and fruity, like strawberries, and yields like an Indica, making it a perfect hybrid that brings together the best of each of the two lines with which it has been created.
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