Scott’s OG feminized seeds
Scott’s OG is the right choice for growers who like extra potent marijuana. This feminized cannabis strain has a short flowering period and is ready to award farmers with harvest after 7-9 weeks of blooming. The effect is very intense and can send you to the world of dreams for long hours.
- Rare Dankness Seeds (USA)
- Pushes into Morpheus' hugs
- Triagle Kush x Rare Dankness #1
- 1st prize, Michigan Grower’s Cup
- 50 - 65 days
- Indica dominant
- No official information
True OG Heritage
The Scott’s OG feminized cannabis seeds were created by the Rare Dankness seedbank as a real present for true OG lovers. Breeders combined two excellent genetics – Triangle Kush and Rare Darkness #1. Skillful selection resulted in an amazing strain with top-notch qualities. Awards didn’t pass by this plant – it won the 1st prize at the Michigan Grower’s Cup.
Experienced growers and novice farmers will be impressed with this beautiful plant. Scott’s OG produce delightful buds fully covered with resin. This strain needs 50-65 days of flowering to mature fully and bring good yield.
- The smell is very pungent so it is better to use carbon filters indoors to hide it;
- The strain is easy to trim;
Scott’s OG – Extra Strong and Super Long
The main feature of this strain is its potency. Scott’s OG isn’t recommended for beginners and growers with low tolerance. The effect brings heavy body-stone for hours. Deep relax is complemented with happy feelings helping to forget about problems and negative emotions. Be ready to experience very dry eyes and mouth as well as sleepy state.
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