Strain Profile Notes:
The OC CBG is mold resistant with 3 out of 4 plants showing CBG dominance; 1/4 are CBD-dom (good for full-spectrum extracts). The Otto II shines through with slightly more side branching and higher resin content as well purple hues and unique terpene profiles. Whereas the CBG cuts a few weeks off of flowering and adds to the long spear-like colas. These plants have the potential to grow into huge lengthy bushes if given the space & nutrient-rich soil. Some of our outdoor plants yielded several pounds even with them getting planted later in the season. These are fast-flowering sativa hybrids: expect fast growth, long side branching, & early flowering outdoors. Tend to begin flowering the middle of August here in the PNW. If you’re tired of all the berry and sweet smelling hemp, you’ll be pleasantly surprised with the OC’s. Smells from basil, to ammonia, to haze, and some citrus skunk in between, these are a hash makers dream. These also have the potential to be grown for a dual-purpose crop (flower + fiber) if planted tighter than traditional flower spacing.