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The Sour Grape Kush dad was never available to the public, held tightly in an even tighter close circle, and is now extinct (except for a small stash from my f4 generation seed stored in my vault).
The Bubba mom is from seed made by selfing an awesome
bubba Kush female with exceptional traits — great structure, not too finicky, quintessential flavor bomb and superb effect.
With plenty of purple in its genetics, growers will see a number of purple plants out of a pack of these seeds. Buds can get thick and dense, so be careful to mitigate for mold late in flower if growing in humid or damp locations. It does well outdoors, otherwise… particularly in drier, mediterranean-type climates. And Sour Grape Ape Kush is a perfect candidate for indoors.
Genetics: Sour Grape kush (grape ape/chem 2008 X purple kush/chem 2008) X Bubba Kush s1
Potency: THC 25%
Some very elite and extremely rare genetics here, folks.
9 weeks 12/12
Outdoor: end sept. – first week oct.
height: 4-6 feet
Expect a flavor bomb of Bubba and Chem, with a bit of grape wine in the mix. Bubba usually dominates in most plants, but a certain percentage will be a 50/50 blend of both parents, with a rare plant or two leaning to the father's side.
Cannabis seed organically bred and grown in Oregon, USA.
Kicking off our list of the all-time greatest strains is a true native landrace of North America. Often referred to as Acapulco Gold, but more commonly known these days as Mexican sativa, it is often used in breeding projects which have led to numerous world-class strains such as Skunk #1, multiple Haze varieties and even the fabled Blueberry line (check out #11, #10 and #2). And, when grown right, Mexican sinsemilla (meaning “without seed”) can provide one of the best stand-alone sativa highs around.
23. Amnesia Haze
We need your help on this one! Should it be Cheese or Sensi Star that gets a spot on The List? Email [email protected] with your vote and put “Top 25” in the subject line. The winner will be named in an upcoming Cultivation Clinic column as the Featured Strain of the Month!
14. Cheese or Sensi Star? You decide …
The GSC might be the youngest strain to earn a place on The List. She first appeared just a few years ago, circa 2011, and took the cannabis world by storm. Much controversy still surrounds this strain, however, and not just because of her name. A debate persists as to her lineage: The most commonly held belief is that she’s the product of OG Kush x Cherry Pie, while others contend that it was something called “F1” (not in reference to breeding) x Durban Poison, which was then crossed to Kush. Either way, the GSC has edged out some tough competition to make her appearance here.