Chemical Bride are feminized cannabis seeds produced by the Dutch bank Green House, which form very complete plants in every sense, as they are of great production of buds and resin, adapted to all types of cultivation systems, with a spectacular aroma and flavor, and above all an effect that you will never forget.
What is the genetics of these feminized seeds?
For the production of these impressive seeds, the Green House Seeds development team crossed the famous Wedding Cake with the mythical Chemdog. Wedding Cake came from a curious selection of Triangle Mints where the Jungle Boys isolated a special phenotype that has a very surprising hint of vanilla. Triangle Mints has Chemdog among its ancestors, so Chemical Bride is fairly uniform for many of its most notable traits. The genotype of these seeds is a 70% indica and 30% sativa approximately.
What does Chemical Bride look like overall?
It develops a structure that ends with the form of a small bush, as it grows in a compact and branched manner, with a very short distance between nodes, thick stems, and few but good-sized leaves. The flowering of these plants is quite a spectacle for sight and smell, because some leaves take on dark colors, and the buds are very compact, hard, and brimming with resin as you can see in the photos.
How do you grow these seeds indoors and outdoors?
Its cultivation is not very complicated, but it must be said that in order to get the most out of these seeds it is necessary to have some previous experience. In indoor cultivation they perform very well when 9 plants/m2 are placed in 11-litre pots, giving 4 weeks of vegetative growth, and topping to promote branching.
For outdoor crops it is recommended to germinate the seeds as soon as possible if the intention is to make the plants as large as possible. Chemical Brides naturally develop a very strong structure, but it doesn't hurt to apply low-stress training to fortify their branches so that they can withstand greater weight from the buds. It is recommended to use pots of more than 50 litres, with a substrate rich in nutrients but if it can be organic, to enhance the organoleptic quality of this tasty variety.
When are Chemical Brides harvested?
In general they are quite fast plants, in indoor cultivation they need around 8 or 9 weeks of flowering to be fully mature and ready to harvest. If grown outdoors or in a greenhouse, they are normally harvested at in early October in the northern hemisphere, and in the southern hemisphere they are cut in early April.
How much do these seeds normally produce?
A lot, whichever way you look at them, because if we talk about buds in indoor cultivation it produces around 550 grams/m2, and each outdoor plant can give you up to more than 1000 grams ready to consume. In terms of the production of resin, cannabinoids, terpenes, and other aromatic compounds, these plants offer spectacular performance.
How is the aroma and taste of Chemical Bride?
The flavor is reminiscent of Wedding Cake, with that creamy sweetness that stimulates the taste buds, and the acid and earthy touch that remains in the mouth after exhaling the smoke or steam. It is necessary to take into account the deep and charged aroma that these plants give off during their flowering, which makes the use of powerful carbon filters or ozone generators essential.
What kind of effect does this marijuana have?
Despite being mostly indica, the effect of Chemical Bride is not one of leverage, simply keeps you physically relaxed while the mind does not stop working, with large doses of creativity, inspiration, motivation, and general well-being. Its percentage of THC can reach or even exceed 27%, so its consumption is recommended in moderation.
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