Purple OG#18 feminized seeds
Purple OG#18 is an Indica dominant cross between OG #18 and Purple Wreck. An excellent choice for beginner and new growers while more experienced growers can really take this cannabis strain to the max and expect high quality and high yields.
- Reserva Privada (Netherlands)
- Violet dreams
- OG #18 x Purple Wreck
- 450 - 550 g/m²
- 56 - 63 days
- Mid October
- 30% Sativa / 70% Indica
- No official information
Smelly and Sticky Purple Bushes
It will help to better express the purple trait, as with all colorful strains, to lower the night temperatures by few degrees. As with most OG Kush hybrids, buds will be smaller to medium size but they will cover the plant from top to bottom. Dense, hard and thick flowers with a strong scent of earth and lemon will get completely covered in trichomes by the time you harvest. It does prefer a bit warmer and sunnier environment and it can handle all types of training.
- Indica dominant (70%) hybrid, a cross between OG #18 and Purple Wreck;
- Finishing flowering in 8-9 weeks indoors and by beginning or mid-October outdoors;
- Yield is 450-550g/m2.
Classic OG Experience with a Fruity Twist
Smells are pungent, lemony and grapy with hints of diesel and earth. Flavors are fruity and sour with floral and herbal undertones. Effects are strong, long-lasting - calming and relaxing, leaving you hungry but happy.
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