A Classic Strain That Never Quits!
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OG Kush: A Classic Strain That Never Quits
A true classic that never goes out of style, OG Kush continues to be a mainstay decades after its first introduction in the early 90s. OG Kush genetics provide the backbone for countless other strains, including standouts like Bubba Kush, GSC, Headband, and Purple Punch. OG Kush strains also include a family of popular phenotypes, including Tahoe OG, SFV OG and Ghost OG, among others.
Dominant terpenes including limonene, myrcene and caryophyllene come together to give OG Kush its signature gassy, earthy aroma punctuated by sharp notes of fresh pine.
A quintessential strain in most regards, OG Kush flower is often a vibrant green with bright orange pistils and a semi-dense structure. It’s also a potent strain well-loved by medical patients, offering a dependable and balanced experience that can uplift mood, relax the body and soothe discomfort.
Cultivating OG Kush: Grower’s Notes
Growing OG Kush may be challenging, since it can be a temperamental cultivar. While it can be grown indoors and out, OG Kush benefits from cooler temperatures, lower humidity levels and dry climates since it can be susceptible to powdery mildew.
OG Kush has elongated internodes with relatively thin stems, which will require trellising during flower. The plants prefer a moderate nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium (NPK) fertigation routine and can be sensitive to high amounts of nitrogen and oversaturation of the root zone. Flowers are semi-dense and medium in size, with a vibrant light green coloring.
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