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Strawberry Cough strain
Strawberry Cough strain
Feminized Marijuana Seeds | Sativa | THC 10-15% | Average yield
8 - 10 weeks
Indoor, sunny mediterranian, temperate continental
Strawberry Cough | Dutch Passion
Strawberry Cough's legendary genetics originate partly from North America and partly from Europe. She is a hybrid cannabis strain, with an accentuation on the sativa side. The cannabis plants show beautifully and some special phenotypes develop purple hues in their buds. Decades after its introduction, feminized Strawberry Cough seeds remain popular with connoisseurs who grow them over and over again, and with associates. Their fresh smell and sweet taste of strawberries is guaranteed to leave a satisfied smile on your face as well.
The strains flowers are nicely covered in trichomes, with occasional reddish pistils, and express purple/pink tones in the bloom and leaves. Its aroma is unmistakable - strawberries like fresh from the garden.
The bouquet of Weed is reminiscent of the smell of ripe small summer fruits. On the exhale, the taste is rather sweet with just a hint of spice. The strawberry-scented smoke from this strain of cannabis can be thick and rich, encouraging coughing, hence the name. Strawberry Cough features a particularly rich and tasty array of terpenes. A bowl of well-fermented, potent, resin-soaked Strawberry Cough buds is hard to beat! Few hybrid strains come close to this combination of classy aroma, great visuals, and powerful and long-lasting blissful effects.
Strawberry Cough is a relatively easy strain to grow, especially when compared directly to other sativa-dominant strains. It is not as tall/expansive as other sativas, yet the THC-rich strain genetics still deliver the same, highly satisfying smoke/vape quality as that of pure sativas.
The high is very cerebral. It is highly psychoactive, clear, social and euphoric. Both medical and recreational users appreciate this creative looking strain.
Sativa lovers know that their long-blooming plants can sometimes require a little more attention than the faster-finishing indicas. In addition to the longer growth cycle, some sativas can be more sensitive to nutrients, which may make them a little more difficult for beginners. However, experienced sativa growers know that the genetics are also worth the extra effort and flowering time.
Dutch Passion's Strawberry Cough has just the right amount of indica content to make her less fussy about nutrients and also about controlling expansion. This makes her more manageable in the grow room and easy to handle for indoor growers. The plants tend to be a bit shorter and bushier than most sativas. It grows into a medium sized plant, but still retains key characteristics for growers who prefer sativas.
The buds show a mix of sativa and indica genes. They are cone-shaped, but the buds are long and compact, making it easy to trim. There are definitely some phenotypes that tend to foxtail, but even these buds can be quite dense and compact.
It is recommended to keep a vegetative period of about 5-6 weeks. Although she is a sativa-dominant hybrid, she does not expand as much as pure sativa strains. She grows into only medium sized plants.
Strawberry Cough is not suitable for outdoor growing in colder climates. Outdoor harvests can take about 9-11 weeks, making her susceptible to mold and other fungi during long periods of bad weather. Growing in Mediterranean climates should be possible, but indoor growing is recommended for better results.
The flowering period is about 9-10 weeks. Combined with the recommended growing season, it takes about 14-16 weeks from seed to harvest.
The cannabis plant will produce medium to large yields; about 400 grams per sq. ft. on average. More is possible if growing conditions are optimal and balanced.