OG Kush

OG Kush, which was initially grown in Florida about 30 years ago, is also occasionally referred to as "Premium OG Kush" or just "Kush." The term "OG," which has been used to describe other cannabis strains over the years, originated with this variety. While some claim otherwise, some people think that "OG" pays homage to an even older strain called "Original Gangster." Although the exact genetic ancestry of OG Kush is unknown, experts think it was created by crossing Chemdawg, Hindu Kush, and Lemon Thai with an unidentified Northern Californian strain. The secrecy is likely a result of the strain's enormous reputation; OG Kush is the most well-known and frequently utilized strain of cannabis. It's little wonder the strain is loved worldwide with its virtually balanced makeup (55% Sativa, 45% Indica) and mid-high THC levels. In about 8 to 9 weeks, OG Kush blooms, yielding 17 ounces of marijuana per square meter of indoor growing space. The strain also does well in the open air. When growing OG Kush indoors, a hydroponics setup is advised. This is due to the fact that OG Kush is susceptible to numerous illnesses and is not a hardy plant in conventional soil. However, to promote OG Kush's healthy growth and ward off illnesses, we advise non-soil growing media if you lack any hydroponics experience.

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