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GSC - Kannabia
  • GSC - Kannabia


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Dear grower! We start 2020 full of news, it comes to our online growshop the new variety of Kannabia Seeds, GSC! A strain that brings the best from the other side of the pond with the mythical Girl Scout Cookies, combined with an OG Kush, obtaining a marijuana plant that surprises with its amazing quality, as well as with its stunning effect.

What is the morphology of GSC?

This mostly sativa strain is a real cannabic beauty that doesn't stay on a pretty face, but goes much further. Its structure is strong and large, in fact it can easily reach 4,92 ft. (150 cm) high. Its branches are long and strong, with about buds well loaded with resin, which are a spectacle under the microscope.

What is the taste of GSC?

Its taste is one of its main presentation cards thanks to its terpene profile. When your taste buds are invaded by those earthy yet spicy touches, with a fresh tone of lavender and mint, they suffer a collapse of pleasure from which they cannot easily recover.

What is the effect of GSC marijuana?

Its effect is at first very mental, certainly psychoactive and happy, which evolves with each puff into a much more relaxed state of body. A great ally to put off a bad day.

How is GSC variety grown?

In indoor crops, the best option is to apply a SCROG crop to make the most of its most branched slope and get the most out of it. It does not exceed 4,10 ft. (125 cm) in height, so in a normal sized cabinet you will not have any problems with space. It gives off a strong aroma, so you have to install anti-odour filters.

In outdoor crops is a plant that usually stretches to 4,92 ft. (150 cm) even a little more. It is not a simple plant to grow, it requires some knowledge, as it is sensitive to excess or lack of food. I place it from the beginning in a final 50 litre pot with Top Crop's Complete Mix as substrate.

How much does GSC produce?

Indoors, it can produce up to 15,8 oz per 3x3ft (450 grams per m2) and outdoors about 17,6 oz (500 grams) per plant.

One of the latest and most exclusive jewels from Kannabia Seeds is now available in your trusted grow shop: GSC!

Data sheet and characteristics

Type: Type Feminized
Banks: Banks Kannabia
Genetics: Genetics Kush
OG Kush x Girl Scout Cookies
Phenotype: Phenotype Hybrid sativa dominant
Harvest outdoor H.N: Harvest outdoor H.N October
Harvest outdoor H.S: Harvest outdoor H.S April
Indoor production: Indoor production 15,8 oz per 3x3ft
Outdoor production: Outdoor production 17,6 oz per 3x3ft
Indoor height: Indoor height 4,10 ft.
Outdoor height: Outdoor height 4,92 ft.
Indoor flowering period: Indoor flowering period 65-70 days
THC: THC 25%
CBD: CBD 0,5%
Flavor and aroma: Flavor and aroma Earthy (earth)
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