After sampling some amazing sativa strains from the USA, Spliff Seeds decided to create Spliff’s Strawberry, their own version of the renowned Strawberry Cough. With the addition of Jack F1 and Skunk #1 genetics this strain is a highly potent resin bomb.
Spliff’s Strawberry requires only 1 to 2 weeks of veg and will show first flowers quite late, around the 4 th week. Flowering time is only 9 weeks, so this strain usually goes from seed to harvest in around 80 days. It is highly stable and produces quite uniform plants. It has two distinct phenotypes that taste and smell the same, but have a slightly different leaf- and bud structure.
It is a light feeder with a medium green color and very few leaves. This strain is very strong and branchy and does best in “sea of green” gardens on any medium.
Spliff’s Strawberry has a subtle strawberry aroma with hints of flowers and other fruits, making it ideal to grow discreetly. Smoking will give you a smooth, strawberry flavored smoke. Its medicinal applications include pains, intestinal problems, spasms and MS.
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