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Garden of Green
Girl Scout Cookies

Girl Scout Cookies (Garden of Green) :: Recension de la Variété :: Indoor

Profil d'Plante Girl Scout Cookies (de Garden of Green)

Cette Profil d'Plante est une expression individuelle par , transféré à la 17.10.2019.

Informations sur la croissance des plantes:

Floraison d'intérieur
Entre 55 et 65 jours (en moyenne: 60 jours.)
Allongement après introduction de la floraison
±56 pour cent
Introduction de la floraison d'environ 90 cm. - Hauteur final sur environ 140 cm.
Comportement de croissance
De pousses latérales
en moyenne au beaucoup; moyenne de long ainsi que moyenne de forte et vigoureuse.
Les plantes de ce Cannabis-Strain...
...peuvent étroite plantées ensemble. besoin pas de beaucoup de soins.
...sont tolérantes à la sur- ou sous-fertilisation.
...besoin de beaucoup d'engrais. sont pas exposées à des maladies fongiques. sont pas sensibles à la moisissure.
...sont tolérants à l'égard des fluctuations de température.
...n'ont pas de problèmes avec des températures basses.
...n'ont pas de problèmes avec des températures élevées.
...grandissent et ressemble plus à un Indica.
...sont bien adaptés pour la espace très faibles.
...sont bien adaptés pour la SoG (See of Green).
...sont un bon choix pour les débutants.
...sont un bon choix pour la culture commerciale.
...construisent de nombreuses et épaisses sommités branches sur le côté.
...répondent bien à la habillage de la tige principale. graines féminisées ont tendance à hermaphrodites.
...peuvent construire des fleurs en avant la période de croissance.

De récolte, Rendement, Le goût, L'arôme, force et l'efficacité

Rendement / Quantité
La récolte de cette souche est légèrement plus de la moyenne.
Le ratio de fleurs aux feuilles est très bon.
La structure des fleurs
Les fleurs séchées sont plutôt dur et compact.

Impression Générale

Girl Scout Cookies (Garden of Green)

est tous ensemble légèrement plus de la moyenne
(En moyenne 6 points sur une échelle entre 0 et 10 !)

Information Additionnelle

Voshamani estime

I very rarely ever review anything let alone cannabis strains. But due to the fact that out of the 500+ strains that I have grown over the past 25 years these Girl Scout Cookie feminized genetics from Garden of Green is hands down the worst genetics and grow I have ever experienced and had. I started out with 8 feminized Girl Scout Cookie seeds. All 8 germinated perfectly and were put into peat pellets. All 8 seedlings sprouted and started to form their 2 Cotyledon leaf sets EXCEPT 1. 1 of the seedlings were a dud and only produced 1 cotyledon leaf and stopped growing and had to be destroyed. Of the remaining 7 they all made it past the seedling stage and all went into full veg and were put into my RDWC system. Within the 1st few weeks of veg one of the plants was going haywire to everything from lights, temp, nutes etc.. nothing I did could prevent it from dying. I tried everything to my knowledge with multiple flushes etc.. but in the end I had to pull it. Now we are down to 6. Of the remaining 6 once we got to about 2-3 weeks into flower I noticed tons of little male pollen sacs popping up all over 2 of the remaining 6 plants everywhere and I have to cut and trash them. Now we are down to 3. Of the remaining 3 they all looked amazing. Each one were totally different from the next in appearance and smell. One of the 3 was massive, so many tops and the calyxes were swelling beyond belief. It was looking extremely good up until about week #7 of flower at which point i started to noticed on all 3 of the remaining 3 girl scout cookie plants nanners popping out of the swollen calyxes everywhere. I started to search deeper into the middle of the buds and shoots and more and more nanners everywhere. it was so bad that there was even a few buds that had small premature whitish / pale green seeds growing out of some of the buds....... ???grower error you might think??? nope not even close. in this exact same grow room i had 1. 5x killer a5 haze 2. 4x gelato og 3. 3x cheese 4. 3x bruce banger 5. 6x granddaddy purple and not 1 of them were hermie.. all beautiful females. so i can say with 1 infinite % certainty that this was bad genetics. now mind you i will say the smell on the hermied 3 was all a bit different from each other but all amazing. i managed to chop before to much damage was done and i ended up with some decent buds. of the 3 hermied plants i managed to get 7 dried oz's off the smallest, 11 dried oz's of the middle one and 15 dried ozs off the biggest of the 3. so i mean apart from losing 5 due to horrible genetics i ended up getting 3 not to bad plants / weight. however never in a million years will i grow them again and garden of green would have to prove themselves or do something heavenly spectacular before i purchase any seeds from their bank again! (17.10.2019, 23:35)