An absolute classic strain that is out there and has been for a long period off time. The famous strain is a hybrid, there is so many stories going around no one knows which is true, most reporters say it’s parents are Chemdawg x Hindu Kush which would make a lot off sense as it does hold qualities from both these strains.
This strain is a essential in the medical cabinet drawer. Expect a earthy and aromatic strain. A lot off people still class this strain as a hybrid, it comes through with the THC ranging from 20-27% but 23.5% being the most common buds you will find. It truly is a hard hitter, with a big THC content it offers a body and mind high whilst still keeping you levelled. If consumed too much like most strains out nowadays it can lead too headaches & Paranoia. OG Kush typically tests in with a 55% sativa and 45% indica profile, is a very well balanced hybrid.
The buds are always covered in frosty crystalline trichomes, a beautiful bud to look at, this is a strain if you come across that has been grown properly will be one off the better looking buds you see in your time mainly for it’s rich icy trichomes.
- Chronic Pain
- Reduces Inflammation
Straight off the bat it is a strain more for the experienced growers, however it is possible to grow for some beginners but you will not get the THC content and yields you are expecting. It may attract powdery mildew and bugs a lot more then most strains out there, this means you need to stay extra safe when dealing with humidity and temperature. If you don’t give this strain the attention and care it needs you can see these natural diseases occur very often.
OG Kush has a flowering period indoors off around 8-9 weeks, this is relatively normal for an indoor grow. Indoors in general will give you better quality buds, you have the option off hydroponics or a standard soil grow, both will work fine, however you will probably edge more off a yield through hydroponics, the problem being if any issues occur it can ruin your whole grow, whereas in soil depending on how bad it is obviously it can probably be fixed.
There are strains out there that require much less work, but just on yield and THC content, this strain should definitely be an option if you are undecided on which seed to go for. If you are jumping into OG Kush, the only thing i can push is making sure you do your research into the nutrient side off things as that will be the decider wether your growing top shelf or not, obviously if your temps and humidity is on point.
Another positive is the yield, you should be getting around 14-18 ounces per plant when grown outdoors, and around 16-18 ounces per metre squared when grow indoors.