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Cherry Mountain seeds

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Cherry Mountain specifications

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Variety 50% Indica and 50% Sativa
THC level 19%
CBD level 1%
Height Medium
Yield Low
Difficulty Advanced
Flowering Time 60 days

About Cherry Mountain seeds

Cherry Mountain is a typical hybrid strain and has an average level of 19 percent THC. The CBD level of this strain is 1 percent. Cherry Mountain is related to the following strains; Appalachia and Cherry Pie where the plant is 50 percent sativa and 50 percent indica. Growing Cherry Mountain will result in a average height marijuana plant resulting with low yield. Germinate the Cherry Mountain seeds and grow it into a nice cannbis plant, a fast flowering period of 60 days before the plant is ready.

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Building a ship while it sails

lemons

The title sums It up.

Got a few varieties that have been transplanted and are officially in veg, I’ll give the run down one strain at a time.

OGKB X Purple Unicorn f3 Bodhi testers
PU is Chemdog D x Aloha Widow/Blackberry

lemons

Black Lime Reserve x Glasswork OG by 689 Family Farms

Glasswork OG is Triangle/ Chemdog D x Legend Orange Apricot f2. Not sure about the male in that cross. Thought it was legend og x 43 apricots or something by Cap but I cant find anything about that now.

The BLR used gets called the bro cut. The flowers allegedly reek of grapefruit. One of these already smells like grapefruit so thats believable.

lemons

Ghost OG/Limepop5 x Glasswork OG by 689 Family Farms. Just the front four, the ones in the back are the BLR cross.

Info on the dad above. The ghost cross is from mean gene. Not sure the make up if lime pop, probably just as complicated as the BLR. I’ve heard him say the limepop smells exactly like a lime popsicle. A little bit of that with some gas sounds like a winner to me..

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Sleddawg from Swamp Donkey
White Dawg x Cherry Mountain
Quick google on the mom says Chemdog
Crossed to wifi og. Not sure who bred it or what chem, any info is appreciated.
Cherry Mountain is cherry pie x Appalachia from Bodhi. Apparently this strain was not easy to come by. If anyone is or has run cherry mountain please share some pics and info!
It sounds amazing.

The one on the left was overwatered recently. Aside from that the leaves have the crinkle that’s apparently a recessives urkle trait. Mayhaps the cherry mountain male that was selected was an urkle leaner? Very excited about these plants.

lemons

I’m seeing some weird markings and discolorations on some of the plants. What do you guys make of this? After transplant they were fed botincare pureblend pro grow, liquid karma, silica along with gen organics cal mag and humid acid.

I’m about to feed just pbp with karma and hose them down with azamax.

The title sums It up. Got a few varieties that have been transplanted and are officially in veg, I’ll give the run down one strain at a time. OGKB X…